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Discussion in 'High Definition Displays' started by Doug Brott, Jan 8, 2009.
I thought LCD was thin .. LED almost seems paper-thin it's so tiny ..
When can I get one...and for how much?
yeah, I didn't measure or get specs, but it as around an inch thick give or take .. no thicker than my notebook closed .. I want a new TV now
That looks nice! An inch thick? Wow.
Wow!!!!:eek2: That's really amazing!! I like and I want!!!!! I wonder how much it'll cost though.
It is LCD, it's just backlight by LED instead of CCFL.
Yeah, it's thin, but that PQ sure is blurry.
Ummm.....that's a still pic of an action scene?
Ah the joys of shooting pix of a 120MHz picture on a show floor...
Personally I could care less if it's skinnier, I want the best (or at least very close to the best) picture quality. If that means the TV is 3" or even 5" thick then whoop-de-do, it's still mounted on the wall and barely sticking out. Now, if you're talking Kuro (or even better - Elite) PQ in a one inch (or less) thick panel I'm very interested but the Sharp's don't get the best reviews for PQ.
Uh, my little Casio just isn't that quick on the draw .. Trust me when I say the screen wasn't blurry
I think spartanstew was kidding.
You have an outstanding grasp of the obvious dizzy.
Just saw the guy from Panasonic on CNBC with their thin Plasma. Three tenths of an inch!
My bad. I think I had one too many last night before reading some threads.