The Sunday Supplements (4/9/06)
One thing I noticed while perusing the big box ads that come with my Boston Sunday Globe today; the notices for "closeout" analog sets in the 25"-and-up range are gone. Well, that didn't take long. I assume that means that the existing inventory of analog sets in that size range really did sell out within a month, or that stocks are so low that they're not worth mentioning.
And the "digital SDTVs" are more prominent than ever. The cheapest HD set offered in that size range this week is $499.95 (and that's for a monitor at Micro Center), so these sets certainly will have a big appeal to the budget-conscious. I wonder how low manufacturers can push the prices of widescreen HD sets to compete?