Sony Grand WEGA E series 42-inch HDTV Video
ZDNet's Patrick Houston examines Sony's new line of Wega-branded TVs, which come in 42 inch and 50 inch and sell for $10,000 and $13,000, respectively.
If you can handle the pedestrian look, the least-expensive Grand WEGA delivers a solid picture and lots of features.
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