ATEC flashes a 1080p TV trio

Been inspired enough by Henman's first round exploits at Wimbledon to crave a spot of Virtua Tennis 3 in highest of hi-def 1080p? You'll be needing a

Been inspired enough by Henman's first round exploits at Wimbledon to crave a spot of Virtua Tennis 3 in highest of hi-def 1080p? You'll be needing a suitable 1080p telly then, won't you.ATEC has three such bargain models from a crazily low price of £799. Fresh out this month is the 37in AV371DF and the 42in AV421DF, complementing the 47in AV470DS already in the shops.All three sport LG-Philips' super IPS panels promising hitherto unimaginable viewing angles for those who prefer their movie watching and gaming from acute perspectives.If 47-inches just won't cut it there's a super-size 52in model on the way soon that's guaranteed to take over your living room.Don't hold your breath on Sky et al ever broadcasting in anything better than 1080i but for PS3 gaming and HD movie watching, you can't beat the full 1920x1080 progressive experience (believe us, we've tried).EssentialsATEC AV371DF, AV421DF, AV470DSPrice: £800, £910, £1300On sale: June/JulyContact: ATECRelated stories:LG turns the TV chocolateyStuff report – PS3's Blu-ray comes out on top'Higher' hi-def: Sharp's new 1080p tellies