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Samsung Develops World-Largest 102-Inch PDP (Plasma Display Panel)
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/17/2004 08:36:00 AM.

Samsung SDI, a world-leading plasma display panel (PDP) maker, said Thursday it has developed the world’s largest high definition PDP at 102 inches, setting a new world record in the field.The firm’s latest technologies in the areas of liquid crystal display, field emission display and electro-luminescence display, have been used to develop the 102-inch panel, the largest displayer for existing television signals, the firm said.

The new product boasts high brightness with 1,000 candela per square meter and some core parts, which have been developed for this product, were used to improve PDP’s brightness, luminescence efficiency and coloring, key characteristics of the TV panel.
The screen also has a contrast ratio of 2000 to 1, meaning it can produce 2000 shades of a color to produce natural verisimilitude.

Samsung will introduce the 102-inch PDP product in January 2005, with production scheduled to start at its factory in Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province, some 80 kilometers south to Seoul, from the first half of next year, the company said.

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