"Stephen D. Williams" said:
> My point is that a less than perfect LCD (which is expensive anyway) is
> probably not as good as TV output, especially for vision challenged elderly
> Odd that they were so enamoured of LCD vs. video out. I would have produced
> two models initially or even the video version first.
It does seem odd. I must ask our hardware guy why this might be... (we
used to make internet appliances, and went for LCD instead of video out,
so he'd know the pricing and hardware limitations.)
BTW I would guess it's probably a "product concept" problem rather than a
"hardware cost" problem.
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