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LG.Philips LCD's Bock Kwon debuts a 100-inch panel screen and looks at the future of liquid-crystal displays at the SID conference in San Francisco.
At Comdex 2003 in Las Vegas, ZDNet's David Berlind takes a look at Dell's new 30-inch liquid crystal display television, an example of how the Texas-based company is expanding into home electronics.
ZDNet's David Berlind gets an early look at ViewSonic's N1300 liquid crystal display TV and the VX715 desktop display.
Sharp debuts a new line of large liquid crystal displays manufactured at a new plant in Japan that maximizes glass production and may bring prices down.
The JVC HD-61FH96 is a 60-inch, rear-projection television. Compared to other rear-projection TVs on the market, it is expensive at around $4,745.
Get a first look at Philips's new 42-inch plasma TV with Ambilight technology in action.
The wide-screen Philips Brilliance 200W6CB display performs quite well and offers some useful extras (that will cost you extra), but other displays offer more flexibility in form and function.
With currently only a single TV on the market that fully supports it, the Roku Streaming Stick is too niche compared to every other Roku device.
From the floor of SID: Check out LG.Philips' 100-inch HD LCD display; Sharp's Two-way angle-viewing LCD that shows a different image from a different angle; and Planar's Stereo/3D Monitor. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay reports.
The Hitachi UT37X902 is a 37-inch flat panel LCD that's currently flatter than any other TV on the market.