said by darcilicious: said by Hayward: said by dbmaven:
Thanks. The problem is that there are lots of non-"tech heads" - and that's who this was written for.
Hense the word even "slightly" like anyone that pays attention to what they are actually buying even.
Everybody has to start somewhere -- and this post seems like one of those good starting points
But a little self educ. never hurts....
Just like those that buy a $20K less car but supposedly just like a super BMW... but in the end isn't.
Buyer should self educate themselves. I actually returned a HDTV misrepresented, as 1080p when actually just an down-converting 720p, 1080i compatible set (still 720 image though )
Took a little back and forth but thank you MacWorld accepting the refusal and for for in the end sucking up the $95 shipping charge too (for full refund), after realizing someone just screwed up in the site prod description... though they had already corrected before even shipped, but never notified me... do you still want this inferior version.
And I know how the mistake likely happened a one letter dif in same model number... old and new the same model but 720 being mod# HD, vs the 1080p being same mod # FHD. (FULL HD)
I already HAD a smaller 720 HD, I wanted a larger true HD 1080p understanding the difference.--
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