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P M

@aneternaloptimist, that’s the kind of thing I’m willing to let others buy so they can discover the various problems that come with such new technology. And then I’ll consider buying it when the manufacturers fix those glitches (and the price goes down). I tend to keep televisions for many years.

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Kathleen Marineau

Ditto.

   
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aneternaloptimist

PM- Fantastic practice! I tend to do the same. I'm not one of the techy types that has to have the latest in technology in any of my electronic devices. I prefer to have long lasting, inexpensive and simple to operate (in my cars, too). My bedroom TV is actually a 15 year old 17" monitor hooked up directly to cable and a DVD player- no frills. Works for me and my pocketbook! I do want to see where this interesting rollup TV goes, though. I have a perfect application for it, but- like you, I want to see how it works for others and am willing to wait for a significant price drop. Glad to see there are other electronically patient (and frugal) folks out there!

   

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