Sceptre just introduced the budget-priced X405BV-FMDU 40-inch LCD HDTV, which offers design and convenience needed for smaller spaces, along with energy savings. The TV features a FullHD 1080P, 1920×1080 high resolution and a true widescreen 16:9 ratio with 3 HDMI ports, giving users the option of connecting multiple devices at the same time without needing to disconnect and exchange cables.
The addition of MHL technology allows mobile devices to directly connect to the Sceptre HDTV using a single cable, transmitting up to 1080P high-definition video and surround sound audio while simultaneously charging the connected mobile device.
“Our newest 40-inch LCD HDTV reinforces our belief that affordability, convenience and long term savings are essential requirements for every consumer product,” said Cathy Chou, vice president of operations, Sceptre. “We’ve created a line of products suitable for every user by incorporating new technologies such as MHL into our lineup of cost saving products.”
Perfect for the high tech man cave, college dorm rooms or the common household, the 40-inch LCD HDTV with MHL technology has an estimated yearly energy cost of only $15, measures less than 5 inches thick and has rated LCD backlight life of more than 50,000 hours.
Price and Availability
Sceptre’s newest 40-inch LCD HDTV is currently available for $499.99 at Walmart, Amazon, QVC, Sears, K-mart, Tiger Direct, Costco and NewEgg.