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Evesham blends Alqemi LCD HDTV line

32-42in line

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

Evesham today unveiled its Alqemi HD Ready TV line-up, five screens all equipped with HDMI ports, four with integrated Freeview digital TV tuners. Every telly in the range has an analogue tuner too.

Screen sizes run from 32in to 42in, all with native resolutions of 1,366 x 768 - so you're looking at 720p for your HD resolution. The panels have a contrast ration of at least 1000:1, an 8ms response time and a brightness rating of 500cdpm², Evesham's spec sheets reveal.

evesham 37in alquemi hd ready lcd tv

In addition to the HDMI port, the Alqemis have a pair of "full" SCART connectors, plus component-video and s-video ports. There's a VGA port for computer connections too.

The screens all feature picture-in-picture, picture-and-text, and picture-and-picture. They ship with wall-mount brackets.

Prices run from £499 to £1,399. More details here. ®

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