Gateway's plasma TV, an aggressive approach

By on November 1, 2002, 11:21 AM
Gateway will come out with its first television in years on Monday, and the real eye-catching feature is the price.
As reported earlier, Gateway will begin to sell a branded 42-inch screen plasma TV for just under $3,000, according to sources close to the company, hundreds of dollars below the price of competing models. In September, the average selling price of plasma TVs in the United States was $6,328, according to Tom Edwards, senior analyst at research firm NPD Intelect.

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svtcobra said:
I got to check out the TV today. It is awesome for 3 grand. 42" Plasma made by Sampo. It is a very has a very clean picture.
silverman said:
I have purchased a very high quality Samsung Plasma at [url]http://www.everydaylowprices.com/lp/228.html.[/url] They have great prices and a lot to chose from!
silverman said:
I just wanted to add that reviewing this new Gateway Plasma TV, I have come to the conclusion, that the power consumption of the TV is one of the biggest flaws that hides numerous assets... Besides, Samsung's picture quality is much better when it comes to comparing with Gateway. So... I am not very excited about this new TV...
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