Once upon a time, when TVs were made from gigantic lumps of glass and other large and heavy materials, it was only really possible to put them in larger rooms. Sure, manufacturers tried to miniaturize TVs to put them in clock radios and handheld screens, but they were generally black and white or utterly awful. These days you can get flat-panel TVs that are small enough to go anywhere, and the Humax U23 is one of them.
The uses for a small LCD are virtually limitless. You can put it anywhere your imagination can conceive--as long as there's a … Read more