There is not a plethora of large-screened flat panel televisions on the market that also house a DVD player. The Westinghouse VK-40F580D, however, is such an LCD. If you find the idea of combining two great things in one package intriguing, keep reading. We'll discuss the advantages and disadvantages, and see how this baby performs.
While having a combination television is not a necessity, some do prefer this option to having to buy an additional standalone DVD player. Of course, one possible major issue with buying a combination television is the always-present risk of the DVD player malfunctioning, causing you to possibly lose your television for a while until the unit is repaired. Those who consider the combination a luxury, though, will bypass the risk.
In addition to its integrated DVD player, the Westinghouse VK-40F580D also provides good image quality and decent picture controls, although it lacks a lot of connectivity as far as LCDs are concerned. The Westinghouse VK-40F580D can currently be purchased for around $1,100.
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