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Free Delivery on Top Brand TVs over $599

FREE DELIVERY

Top Brand TVs over $599

Online Only! No Sears store price matching is permitted on this offer. Offer valid on Samsung, Sony, Sharp, LG and Toshiba TV's over $599. Offer excludes: Hot Buy, Clearance and Price Match items. Offer applies to items shipped via ground shipping only. Offer does not extend to items purchased from landsend.com, kmart.com, mygofer.com, Sears Parts Direct, Sears licensed partner websites, Sears Presents, or Shop At Home catalogs. Free Delivery shipping value varies by ship to location. Items shipped via lowest cost or ground shipping method. Offer good only on orders shipped to the US continental 48 states and the District of Columbia or ordered thru Searspr.com for delivery within Puerto Rico (no delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Canada, Mexico, the U.S. Virgin Islands or to Military APO/FPO addresses). Estimated offer value at $69.99 to $99.99. Offer excludes shipping costs on Oversized Shipping or In-Home Oversized Shipping Items. Shipping and delivery charges will be applied to all other merchandise.

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Electronics Buyers Guides

 

 

Buying a 4K HDTV

The enhanced viewing experience of a 4K HDTV can bring true cinematic experience into your home theater, but before you make that investment in a new TV it's important to understand what exactly 4K can do for you. read more

If you love the special effects of 3D movies and the sensation of being part of the action, new TV technologies allow you to bring 3D into your home. Today's technology and effects go way beyond the cheesy blue and red glasses and grainy reception you may recall from the early days of 3D viewing. It also integrates the best high-definition, full-color technology to create an experience that rivals a theater. Here's a guide to help you understand 3D TVs and the features to consider if you decide to bring 3D viewing home.

 

Buying a 3D TV

Today's technology and effects go way beyond the cheesy blue and red glasses and grainy reception you may recall from the early days of 3D viewing. Here's a guide to help you understand 3D TVs and the features to consider. read more

If you love the special effects of 3D movies and the sensation of being part of the action, new TV technologies allow you to bring 3D into your home. Today's technology and effects go way beyond the cheesy blue and red glasses and grainy reception you may recall from the early days of 3D viewing. It also integrates the best high-definition, full-color technology to create an experience that rivals a theater. Here's a guide to help you understand 3D TVs and the features to consider if you decide to bring 3D viewing home.

 

Buying a Plasma TV

If you're in the market for a new TV and are looking for an ultra-flat model with great picture quality, here's what you need to know about purchasing a plasma TV. read more

 

Buying a LED TV

When compared with their LCD and plasma competitiors, LED TVs have some distinct advantages. LED TVs use specialized lighting that produces some of the brightest TVs on the market. read more

 

Buying a LCD TV

These popular televisions have a number of advantages, including that they're available in smaller sizes and are often the most affordable choice in any given screen size or feature category. read more

 

Buying a Blu-ray player

If you have a high-end TV and are looking for the highest image and sound quality possible when playing your favorite movies, consider a Blu-ray player. read more

 

Buying a Tablet

They're the ultimate travel companion, library card, and front row seat. We know them, we love them, and we want to get you set up. read more

 

Buying a Laptop

One of the most important factors in selecting a laptop is your lifestyle, including your working environment. Are you on your laptop once or twice a day to check emails, or do you live on it 24/7? read more

 

Buying a digital camera

If you're planning to upgrade your camera to a newer digital model, knowing what's essential and what you don't need to worry about can dramatically simply the process. read more

 

Buying a DSLR camera

Digital single lens reflex (DSLR) cameras have become the standard in high-end and professional photography. What sets these cameras apart from other digital models is the ability to switch out lenses. read more



Flat Panel Televisions Combine New Technology with Saving Space

Some places have little to no room for even the most basic necessities like televisions. Plus, televisions have grown in size and width over the past twenty years. With smaller apartments and homes, there is hardly room to fit televisions of substantial sizes. Luckily, technology has advanced enough to fit all the necessary parts of a television into a compact, flat panel.

Flat panel televisions come in various sizes, ranging from 19 to 70 (measuring screen size diagonally). They are able to stand alone or be hung on a wall with the proper mounting equipment. The convenience of a flat panel television set is that it takes up less room than the standard television set with the wide back.

Plasma flat panel televisions and LCD flat panel televisions are the most common flat panel models on the market today. There are also flat panel televisions that have high definition (HD) viewing, which are optimal for using with Blu-Ray players.

Entertainment centers will hold the flat panel television and other electronic media such as DVD players or gaming consoles. Entertainment centers come in different shapes and sizes, including those designed for placement in room corners and those that have mounts for the flat panel television and individual shelves underneath. There is also great versatility with entertainment centers, as they can be relocated to another area in the room.

If there is no room to fit an entertainment center where the television is located, there are wall mounts that will hang it securely on the wall where it is out of the way. These wall mounts attach to the support beams in the wall structure with heavy-duty screws, and then the flat panel is affixed to the mounts. Some wall mounts allow the flat panel to tilt slightly, for locations like the bedroom where the viewing is being done at a more severe angle than in a living room setting.

There are so many options with flat panel televisions that it is difficult to justify not getting one. The variety of sizes, versatility, and overall quality are just some of the features to think about when considering a flat panel purchase.

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