December 25, 2006 by Rachel Cericola
Mustek is set to unveil its first ever high-definition LCD HDTVs at the upcoming CES Show. Expect the 42-inch LTV-4210, the 32-inch LTV3210, and the 27-inch LTV2710.
“Mustek is uniquely qualified to offer consumers a price-to-performance ratio for LCD televisions that premium-priced brands simply can not match,” explained Bill Nguyen, Director of Marketing, Mustek.
The new Mustek LTV4210 is a 42-inch 16:9 LCD panel in a wall-mountable black cabinet featuring two 10-watt speakers with enhanced dynamic range, along with a full complement of inputs and outputs including HDMI to display 1080p full-HD content as well as function as a high-resolution PC monitor. In addition, HDMI allows the LTV4210 to accept digital video and audio via a single thin cable, replacing the piles of tangled cables that many home theater enthusiasts must contend with.
The unit also has integrated NTSC and ATSC (HDTV) tuners, plus an expansive 176-degree viewing angle. It boasts 1920 x 1080 native resolution and a 6.5 ms response time.
Other highlights include a 550-nit brightness, a 1200:1 dynamic contrast ratio, an advanced noise reduction system and de-interlacer.
Mustek also will introduce the new 32-inch LTV3210 and 27-inch LTV2710 flat-panel 16:9 LCD HDTVs. Both feature a resolution of 1366 x 768 (1080i), along with 1200:1 dynamic contrast ratio, built-in surround sound speakers, and a pixel response speed of 6.5 ms.
- 16:9 LCD HDTVs
- LTV4210 features 2 10W speakers
- LTV4210 has 1920 x 1080 native resolution
- LTV3210 and LTV2710 has 1366 x 768 resolution
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