Westinghouse 37" 1080p LCD Monitor - $550 at Buy.com

Westinghouse 37" 1080p LCD Monitor - $550 at Buy.com

Buy.com has the Westinghouse 37" LVM-37W3SE 1080p LCD HD Monitor on sale for $550 with Free Shipping UPDATE: DEAD. Get an additional $10 for new customers/emails when you click this link.

Please note that this is not technically a "television," because it does not have any built-in tuners. This is not a problem if you have satellite, a cable box or a converter box; you however will not be able directly connect an antenna to this set and view your local channels.

That being said, this is the best price on a 37" 1080p LCD monitor/television we've seen so far. Westinghouse is a well known brand and this set has received an average of 4.5/5 rating from Buy.com customer reviews.

Comparing this deal to currently known Black Friday and weekly sales is a bit hard because there aren't any 37" 1080p televisions being offered.

Both Sears and Circuit City are offering an Element 37" 720p LCD HDTV for $569.99 during their Friends & Family Sale and Element 37" 720p LCD HDTV for $499.99 during their Black Friday sale, respectively.

Westinghouse is a much better known brand than Element (never heard of them) and the 1080p vs. 720p difference is well worth $50.

The cheapest 1080p television closest in size to the Westinghouse 37" is the Sylvania LC420SS8 42" LCD HDTV for $699.99, offered at Sears' Black Friday Sale. At a price of $700, it is $150 more for an extra 5", but personally, I'd favor Westinghouse over Sylvania.

This is a fantastic moderately-sized and affordable television. If I had to choose between a 42" 720p and a 37" 1080p at the same price, I'd go with the 37" 1080p under almost all circumstances. Also, no waiting in line on a cold November morning when you buy through Buy.com.

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