Does TV Screen Size Matter?
My flat screen HD TV is now a few years old. It works fine, but as I was watching the Patriots on Sunday I realized that the 37-inch screen is starting to look small. When we bought it back in 2007, the price was nearly 900 U.S. dollars. I know you can now get a much larger screen for much less. But as long as the set still works fine, I can’t see replacing it. I want to get every penny’s-worth of that $900 out of it.
While watching the game, I did see the commercial for that new 90-inch Sharp Aquos LED Smart TV. My goodness. It’s nearly 7 feet wide, over 4 feet high, and 5 inches thick. It comes with 3-D glasses and some very nice software for Netflix, Hulu, etc. How much for this modern marvel? Try $11,000. Gotta think that one over.
How many thousands of hours of baseball, football, Nascar and Pawn Stars would I have to watch to get my money’s worth? More like how many year’s? Something to ponder while I watch my 37-inch LG and wait for the next BIG thing to come along.