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October 13, 2005

The Fortis TV - TV for the Taste Impaired?

A few years ago, we had a situation at my home simply known as "The Incident". To make the story short, it involved me being in charge of getting the kids ready for school. Now to me, there's nothing wrong with mixing plaids and stripes when dressing the kids. Unfortunately, my wife disagrees and I've lost all rights to clothing decisions, including picking my own to wear. I'm also a big fan of wood paneling and orange shag carpet, so you might deduce that I'm not the best judge of style (those are my wife's words, not mine).

So why tell you the story? Well, mainly to let you know about an article at HDBeat about what they claim is the ugliest TV ever. Wow! I've gotta agree with them. As you can see from the image, the Eizo's Fortis TV is just plain fugly (I think that's a french word). So, I obviously don't have bad taste if I think it's ugly. Even in the den with the orange shag and nagahide loveseat, the Fortis TV is just gonna stand out like sore thumb.

More at HDBeat [via Akihabaranews]

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Posted by William Hungerford at October 13, 2005 8:49 PM

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i actually think that tv is rather hott. great for small spaces or just for people that dig the color white.

Posted by: ns at October 23, 2005 8:10 PM
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