When it comes to 19" LED TV's, they often make a great TV for a child's room, kitchen, office or even in the bathroom due to their slim and lightweight design.
They are extremely energy efficient, lightweight, are actually easily portable and make a great computer monitor.
Here is the best 19" LED TV's for under $200 dollars.
Credit: www.amazon.comSamsung is known for it's stunning displays and quality TV's and this 19" LED HDTV is no different. This super slim set is only about an inch thick while being extremely energy efficient. It delivers all your HD content in superb 720p resolution while featuring SRS Theatre Sound offering consistent volume levels, great vocals and solid room filling sound.
This model comes with a standard HDMI input, component video, PC input, digital audio output and a USB 2.0 port that will quickly connect your thumb drive or a digital camera. For under $200 dollars, this 19" LED set from a brand name like Samsung is a great deal.
Toshiba 19" 720p 60hz LED HDTV
Credit: www.amazon.comToshiba brings a great 19" LED set that makes a good addition to any room or an outstanding computer monitor. It runs at 720p HD resolution with a sleek, slim design at just over one inch thick. It comes with a nice "Game Mode" to help games run smoother with less visual hiccups.
The built in Audyssey Sound provides incredible sound with consistent volume and deeper bass. Toshiba graciously offers a wide variety of connection options including two HDMI inputs, a USB port, component input, composite input and PC input with 3.5 mm PC sound input.
Credit: www.amazon.comAt $128, well under $200 dollars, the Vizio 19" LED Lit Razor HDTV is an exceptional buy. It's slim design weighs less than 7.5 pounds while being just over an inch thick. This set offers brilliant color and contrast at 720p resolution.
Vizio has a built in ambient light sensing technology which automatically detects the light in the room so you always have the best possible picture. This model comes with all your standard inputs including HDMI and USB.
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