Summary: I was planning to see what I could get in a 32" on this Black Friday for a computer monitor. I just happened to stop into a store to see what prices the Colby was selling for since I seen them before, and knew they could had a VGA input. I saw this on sale as a clearance/display model, and it was below what was going to be my Black Friday cut-off price. I even got more of a discount because it was their last one.
Summary: Had my doubts about the TV prior to buying it but once I hooked it up to a HD feed the picture was really good. The menu was quick and responsive unlike some other brand TV's I've had in the past.
Summary: I was in need of a HDTV at a reasonable price and found this one at Amazon for $249 w/free shipping. I figured it was too good of a deal to pass up. The tv arrived and was simple to set up and it gives you a few options to adjust the colors to get it just right. The picture quality is good and clear. The build in sound does the job as well. To be honest for $249 it is much better than I expected. People ask what the heck is a Haier!
Summary: I purchased this tv for my elderly parents. I searched forever for a tv with the speaker that points toward the people watching--the vast majority of flat screens have speakers on the back/sides that point down. My dad is really getting hard of hearing and would turn up the volume so loud on his old tube tv that when I spoke to mom on the phone I could barely hear her over the tv in the background.
Summary: Excellent picture quality. Easy setup and a variety of inputs for hooking up to a VCR and/or DVD player. USB port an added bonus. Can even be used as a computer monitor. What more can one want for the price?