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New Intelligence Report Format!

February 20, 2007 | Author: Ibex Marketing

Many readers of the HDTV Almanac are already familiar with “Professor Poor’s Weekly Price Intelligence Report“: the fastest and easiest way to find all the advertised prices for HDTVs from the major national retailers. The news is that we have developed a new way to track all these prices, which will make the report more useful and valuable than ever.

We have created a database so that we can track every advertisement by the individual model. The report is now sorted by screen size, then by price, and then by the model. This makes it easy to see if one store is selling the same model for a lower price than another. And as they say on the late night TV ads, but wait! There’s more!

Since we now track the ads by specific model, we can easily report more about each one. In addition to the type of technology and level of HDTV resolution, we also now include whether or not the model has an ATSC digital tuner for free over-the-air HDTV broadcasts.

Of course, when a company adds value to a product, you expect the price to go up. Well, that’s not the case here. For the next three months, we’re cutting the price in half; it’s $5.95 for the latest issue, which is published every Tuesday. And for a limited time, we’re sweetening the deal by giving you $5 back if you decide to buy a copy of “Professor Poor’s Guide to Buying HDTV.” In which case, your copy of the “Intelligence Report” will cost you less than a buck. How’s that for a deal?

Get your copy of Professor Poor’s Guide to Buying HDTV, now available in paperback from Amazon or other fine booksellers.