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Samsung Super Sizes With 82-Inch TFT-LCD
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/07/2005 06:47:00 PM.

Samsung Electronics have produced the world's largest Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen - a staggering 82-inches of TFT glory!
The unit is 17 inches longer than rival Sharp Electronics LCD flat screen and also has a neat 180 degree viewing system so your favourite movie can been seen from multiple angles.
The LCD is expected to officially unveiled at the CeBIT 2005 show in Hannover, Germany starting on March the 10th.
Samsung are obviously delighted with their mammoth achievement saying, "It is an innovative product because it has broken the pre-conception that a TFT-LCD cannot match a plasma display panel or a projection TV screen in enlarging the size due to technical factors."
Now thats what I call style..


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