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Seura the One Tv Mirror: for People Who Can’T Decide What to Do

by Lambert Varias
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I don’t understand the concept behind TV mirrors. Look: you either use the mirror or watch TV. You don’t see people selling a book-in-a-book do you? But as I always say, folks, it’s your money. If spending thousands of dollars on a tiny LCD screen is your thing, then Seura’s The One TV mirror might just be the one for you. That was an awful pun, I know.

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The One is a mere 1″ thick, and it already comes with a mirror for easy setup. It’s a widescreen LCD TV that supports up to 1080p, with a built-in TV tuner and 25-watt speaker. Seura doesn’t have high resolution images of The One, so I suggest you take a look at the video in their website for a better look – it’s in the May 2009 video. The One is priced at $3,500 (USD), more than the cost of a couple of 52-in LCD TVs, but hey, it’s in a freakin’ mirror right? Right. Have your butler check out Seura’s website for more details.

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