Sony KLV-S32A10 Video
The Sony KLV-S32A10 is 32 inches of fun for Pat Houston.
This no-name LCD isn't much of a bargain, and its image quality is less than impressive.
Although Sony's KLV-S32A10 LCD produces relatively deep blacks, its overall image quality isn't worth the higher price.
The Sony Alpha NEX-7 delivers excellent raw photo and solid video quality in a package that's beautifully and functionally designed, yet relatively compact. Though expensive for an essentially nonprofessional camera, it doesn't seem overpriced.
Even though the LG HBM-235 doesn't have all the bells and whistles of more expensive headsets, it offers acceptable audio quality considering its bargain-basement price.
Like other expensive Sonys, this XBR needs professional help to look its best, but its best is quite impressive.
Being a Sony product, it's not made from no-name parts; up front you'll find Carl Zeiss optics and behind that are a 16-megapixel Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and a Bionz processor.
For noncritical viewing, this stylish Sony can do the trick, but it's not the best bargain.
TV makers routinely boast about picture quality, but when a claim like "Best TV in the World" comes from a company like Vizio-best known for its bargain boob tubes-it seems especially far-fetched.
This no-name 30-inch LCD HDTV proves that sometimes a good price is too good to be true.