Philips 26PF7521D Reviews
Product Type: Philips 3D LCD TV
Description:Model ID 26PF7521D/12 / Philips 26PF7521D - 26" FlatTV LCD TV - widescreen - 720p - HD ready - high-gloss black, silver frost / Digital TV doesn't get much better than this! This Flat TV has Pixel Plus for breathtaking natural pictures, Active Control for optimum brightness and an ... more
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