Are LCD TVs at the Lowest They Can Go?
Still waiting for LCD TV prices go down before you make the jump? Well, according to Wired.com you'll want to make the leap now:
Thinking of buying an LCD television set? Wait no longer: The price plunge is over. After years of accelerating decline, prices for consumer LCD TVs -- especially those smaller than 32 inches -- have hit bottom, industry insiders say.
That's because the price of wholesale LCD flat panels -- the display component of your TV set -- has recently reached its lowest point and rebounded, according to numbers released by market data research firm iSuppli. When a TV's most expensive single component starts getting more expensive, you can kiss retail price cuts goodbye.
After seeing a 32-inch LCD in my local Walmart for under $500 and an online deal on a 27-inch LCD for under $275, I've got to agree that prices on LCD TVs probably won't get any lower.
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Posted by William Hungerford at May 22, 2007 10:14 AM