The Smallest Flat-Screen TVs

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The Smallest Flat-Screen TVs
Small flat-screen TVs start at seven inches. (Blank TV image by Mario Ragsac Jr. from Fotolia.com)

As a society, we are growing more accustomed to news about advances in large, flat-screen TVs. Recently, there was news that Panasonic is developing a 150-inch plasma flat-screen that would become the world's largest TV. But not much is said about the smallest flat-screen TVs, which are electronic marvels in their own right.

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Audiovox VE72 7-inch Under Cabinet LCD TV

The Audiovox VE72 7-inch under-cabinet LCD TV comes with a 16:9 aspect ratio and an ATSC/NTSC tuner. It also has a DVD player attached. It sells for about £143.

Axion AXN-8905 9-inch widescreen handheld

The Axion 9-inch widescreen handheld LCD TV has a built-in ATSC tuner for digital channels and a built-in antenna for repositioning and clearer reception. It comes with a built-in stand, A/V input for external audio/video sources, AC adaptor, remote control, A/V cables and car adaptor. It sells for about £97.

Coby TFTV1022 10.2-inch widescreen TFT LCD Digital TV

The Coby 10.2-inch widescreen LCD TV is a flat-screen TV with all the components found on large-screen TVs. It comes with an ATSC tuner for digital and standard broadcast reception, A/V input jacks for use with media players, DVR/VCR and video games. It also has full-range stereo speakers and V-chip parental control. It sells for about £69.

Sony 13-inch flat-screen TV

The Sony 13-inch flat-screen TV has a three-line digital comb filter and front and rear A/V jacks. It also has last channel recall and a remote. It costs about £104.

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