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January 16, 2009
Coby Electronics Gets Great Reception To New Lineup Of High-Def LCD TVs At 2009 CES

[The following is a release from Coby Electronics]
   

Coby Electronics Corporation today "turned on" CE industry insiders and attending media to its comprehensive range of new HD LCD TVs at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Coby Electronics Booth #11906, in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The lifestyle CE leader's latest lineup delivers both quality and value to consumers, marrying high-definition, clarity-rich LCD displays with exciting and practical features such as built-in slot-loading DVD and memory card readers. Coby's new collection of LCD TVs is part of the company's impressive array of new products on display at CES, all of which combine sleek design with consumer-friendly features and price points across today's most popular CE categories.

"We're excited to raise the curtain on our latest offerings in this category, which remains red-hot with today's cost-conscious consumers from coast-to-coast," said Mark Farish, Senior Marketing Manager for Coby Electronics. "By focusing on LCD screen sizes of 22 inches and smaller, we put our quality LCD TVs within the reach of virtually every consumer looking for space-saving designs without sacrificing product quality."


Highlights of Coby's LCD TV introductions for 2009 include:

* TFTV1524 15" Widescreen LCD HDTV/Monitor
o 15.4" TFT LCD widescreen display (1280 x 800)
o Dual ATSC/NTSC tuners for Digital and Standard TV broadcast reception (DTV-ready)
o HDMI digital connection for perfect AV signal transmission
o HDCP-compliance for HDCP content support
o AV input jacks for use with media players, DVR/VCRs, video games and more
o 15-pin VGA interface for use with computer systems
o Full-range stereo speakers (10W)
o Digital comb filter and noise reduction
o V-chip parental control, Closed-Caption and Electronic Program Guide support
o Multi-language on-screen display
o Wall-mountable design (VESA 75mm x 75mm)

* TFTV1923 19" Widescreen LCD HDTV/Monitor
o 19" TFT LCD widescreen display (1440 x 900)
o Dual ATSC/NTSC tuners for Digital and Standard TV broadcast reception (DTV-ready)
o HDMI digital connection for perfect AV signal transmission
o HDCP-compliance for HDCP content support
o AV input jacks for use with media players, DVR/VCRs, video games and more
o 15-pin VGA interface for use with computer systems
o Full-range stereo speakers (10W)
o Digital comb filter and noise reduction
o V-chip parental control, Closed-Caption and Electronic Program Guide support
o Multi-language on-screen display
o Wall-mountable design (VESA 100mm x 100mm)

* TFTV2224 22" Widescreen LCD HDTV/Monitor
o 22" TFT LCD widescreen display (1680 x 1050)
o Dual ATSC/NTSC tuners for Digital and Standard TV broadcast reception (DTV-ready)
o HDMI digital connection for perfect AV signal transmission
o HDCP-compliance for HDCP content support
o AV input jacks for use with media players, DVR/VCRs, video games and more
o 15-pin VGA interface for use with computer systems
o Full-range stereo speakers (10W)
o Digital comb filter and noise reduction
o V-chip parental control, Closed-Caption and Electronic Program Guide support
o Multi-language on-screen display
o Wall-mountable design (VESA 100mm x 100mm)







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