We've been shopping for a new computer monitor. We're on our third Craig's List cheapy in a little over a year.
I saw this deal in the Office Depot flyer in Sunday's paper.
Here is Sharp's page on the unit:
It's an actual HDTV with built-in tuner.
The contrast ratio is listed at 400:1, which is quite a bit less than other LCD monitors. The warranty is only 1 yr parts, 90 days labor, which seems pretty common for televisions, but it sort of bothers me given some monitor warranties are as long as 3 years complete.
Just curious about opinions... does this seem like a good deal? Any red flags pop up (like the contrast ratio?)... any thoughts appreciated.... $250 is a lot of money for us.
Second: I've been doing some reading on indoor HD antennas, in case I decide to buy this Sharp unit. Some articles say you can just about use the old rabbit ears. There are quite a few "HD" antennas in the $30-$40 range (Terk, Zenith, Philips). Just looking for any insight, lessons learned, what to watch out for, etc.