11.25.2009 11:15 AM
Basic Blu-ray Players, Mid-Sized 1080p LCD Lead Sales
Blu-ray players have come well within the price range of many consumers this holiday season, and 1080p panels—especially smaller than 40 inches—are now priced about where traditional large-screen analog sets were a few years ago. (Of course, "large-screen" a few years ago meant anything more than 24 inches diagonally.)

Here's a sampling of some of the deals posted in advance of Black Friday on Nov. 27, according to BlackFriday.info, (in some cases, subject to unannounced last-minute price reductions at specific store locations). In many cases, these reduced price points are already in effect, and will run at least through this weekend (Nov. 29):
  • • Walmart has the Magnavox entry-level NB500 Blu-ray Player for $78
  • • Costco has a Vizio entry-level VBR110 Blu-ray player for $100 (with HDMI cable)
  • • Walmart has the Sony Bravia 32-inch KDL32L504 LCD 720p for $378
  • • Walmart has the Sony Bravia 40-inch KDL40S504 LCD 1080p for $598
  • • Walmart has the Sony Bravia 46-inch KDL465504 LCD 1080p for $798
  • • Costco has the Vizio VL320M 32-inch 1080p LCD for $400
  • • Costco has the Vizio VO400E 40-inch 1080p LCD for $600 (Dec. 3-20)
  • • Costco has the Vizio VF550M 55-inch 1080p 120Hz LCD for $1,200
  • • Best Buy has the 32-inch Dynex 720p LCD for $300
  • • Best Buy has the 40-inch Dynex 1080p LCD for $500
  • • Best Buy has the Samsung 32-inch 720p LCD for $398
  • • Best Buy has the Samsung 50-inch 720p plasma for $698
  • • Several retailers have the Samsung 46-inch LN46B500 LCD 1080p for MSRP $850 (2 HDMI inputs)
  • • Several retailers have the Samsung 40-inch LN40B500 LCD 1080p for $600 (2 HDMI inputs)
  • • Several retailers have the Samsung 22-inch LN22B350 LCD 720p for $250 (1 HDMI input, 1 PC input)



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