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Digitimes Research: Pricing for 32-inch entry-level LCD TVs up 3% on year in March
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Tuesday 18 March 2014]

Average pricing for entry-level LCD TVs sized 32-inch reached US$361 in March 2014, down US$2 on month but up 3% on year, according to Digitimes Research.

In terms of entry-level TVs sized 40- to 43-inch, pricing went up from US$528 in February to US$563 in March while 46- to 49-inch units rose from US$768 to US$791.

Meanwhile, 50-inch units at large have dropped on average from US$872 to US$833 on month in March while 60-inch units from Samsung and Sharp have risen from US$937 to US$1,015, added Digitimes Research.

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