After Labor Day, sales of HDTVs tend to build right through the end of the year. It’s likely that you’re one of the millions of Americans who are considering buying an HDTV soon. And just in time for this increased interest, I am pleased to announce the release of the Second Edition of Professor Poor’s Guide to Buying HDTV, now available in paperback from Amazon or other fine booksellers.
The book has been totally revised for 2007. It still provides a comprehensive overview of all three classes of HDTVs: direct view, rear projection, and front projection. And it still provide detailed explanations of the strengths and weaknesses of the different display technologies, including LCD and plasma flat panels. But all the pricing information has been updated to reflect the current market conditions, and the information about sweet spots and potential new designs has been revised. For example, it is now apparent that we won’t see SED flat panels any time soon, if ever. On the other hand, we can expect to see Laser TVs on the market before the end of this year.
As always, it comes with my lifetime satisfaction guarantee, so you can return it at any time — no questions asked — for a full refund.
Don’t take someone else’s word for what is the best HDTV; make your choice knowing that you’re getting the right HDTV for your needs and budget. Get Professor Poor’s Guide to Buying HDTV, now available in paperback from Amazon or other fine booksellers.