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most slylish european television

  • Jun 15, 2009
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I haven't owned a television for a very long time, but last year I decided to buy one. As a European, you always think in a longer term than you probably do over here..., so I also decided to buy a really high end television, with which I would be happy everyday and also for a long time.


Because I have never seen these televisions or other LOEWE products in the US, I thought I may introduce them here. (At this point I also want to say, that I don't have any stock options)

The most televisions are black or grey and I think LOEWE was the first to introduce white, stylish TV's (in Germany, at least).  Also the screen, picture and manufacture quality of LEOWE products is outstanding. I don't want to put al technical details in this review, because they can easily checked out online.

Just to mention negative points about getting a LOEWE television or other product, it could be uneasy to buy LOEWE in the US, and also that the TV last so long, that you won't be able to buy a new one in the following 20 years, because it probably will still run great!

So if you're really interesting to get something else than a standard flat screen, check out LOEWE (www.loewe.de or http://www.loewe.de/de/produkte/loewe-connect.html)!

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June 15, 2009
Yeah, I haven't seen it here either and that was why I was surprised! For me LOEWE is comparable to Bose in a certain way, or Bang & Olufsen but maybe a mix of the great design of Bang & Olufsen and the great technical spec's from Bose. I can really highly recommend this brand. Maybe they even ship to the US (which should be possible in these days..)
June 15, 2009
nice Peter!! great review!! i've never even heard of this brand of TV, which really surprises me BTW, because it looks very cool. Kind of looks like how Apple would design a TV. The ability to connect your computer to the TV via Wifi sounds very interesting as well. I looked on the site and there aren't any dealers here in the US and i can't even find the TV on Amazon... you literally can't get on here in the US can you? I guess the world is very flat today unless you are talking about high end German televisions.
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