Sanyo rolls out 2014 Full HD LED TV range


sanyo-led-hdtvSo, you have been wondering whether you should fork out some more money to upgrade that electronic piece of hunk in your home that you call the TV. Sure, LCD TVs were all the rage so many years ago, but now, your 10 year old LCD TV looks absolutely tired compared to today’s modern and ultra slim flat screen TVs, and it is screaming for an upgrade. Sanyo might want you to consider just what they have in store for the curious user – having introduced their 2014 Full HD range of LED TVs with 1080p resolution.

These all-new models that sport Full HD capability would like to see the delivery of an unprecedented environment for those who want to wind down after a particularly difficult day at work, checking out the latest movies in high definition format, TV shows, being able to relax in video games, and even for photo viewing. It sports stunning clarity, outstanding energy efficiency and easy connectivity, where some of the features would include Sanyo’s LED Full HD technology.

Some of the models from Sanyo will feature 120Hz Motion Sync so that the user will be able to enjoy high-speed action with nearly no motion blur at all. These are all-new affordable models that will be made available in the majority of Walmart and Sam’s Club locations in the US in due time.

As for their screen sizes, they would range anywhere from 24″ and go all the way to 65″, sporting an energy-efficient build that should help you minimize its operating costs in the long run. Apart from that, it will feature a trio of HDMI inputs for DVD, Media Streaming Player, Cable, Satellite, or video Games, while there is also an MHL input and is Roku ready, automatically elevating it to the level of a Smart TV. Anyone interested?

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