Sony KLV-S32A10 Video
The Sony KLV-S32A10 is 32 inches of fun for Pat Houston.
The Sony KLV-S32A10 may be the company's least expensive LCD, but compared to the no-name models, it doesn't seem like the best bargain.
Although more costly than its DLP competition, the excellent picture quality of Sony's KDS-60A2000 will be worth the price difference to most viewers.
The Sharp LC-37D40U delivers some of the deepest blacks and very good overall image quality for an LCD, making it worth the extra dough for home-theater fans.
With a full suite of interactive features as well as solid picture quality, the Sony KDL-W5100 series might be worth the higher price to streaming video fans.
Although its black levels challenge the best ever, some other picture-related aspects of the Sony XBR-HX909 series don't live up to the high price.
The Acer P241w delivers a high brightness at the cost of color depth and a deep black level. Its low price, good overall performance, and decent connection options make it a recommended choice for the office user.
The entry-level Canon PowerShot A2400 IS and its IS-less linemate the A2300 are simple cameras with nice picture quality for casual snapshooters, but the price difference isn't worth sacrificing the image stabilization.
Although it's priced higher and performs worse than the best plasmas, the Sony XBR-HX950 is still one of the top-performing LED TVs ever.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3 packs a 10x zoom lens and 8 megapixels into a tiny package, but image quality at higher ISOs is a bit lacking.