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Samsung to Begin Selling 70-Inch LCD

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Samsung will introduce this week the world's biggest LCD display for use in consumer TVs, topping current 65-inch models with a 70-inch diameter screen. The LCD supports 1080p high-definition, as well as a 180-degree viewing angle and 120Hz video signal reproduction.

Samsung will begin producing the 70-inch LCD in early 2007, the company said, hoping to better compete against plasma displays and projection TVs. With prices continuing to fall, LCD TVs have become more affordable for consumers, bringing with them superior technology. Samsung did not announce pricing for the 70-inch display, but a 65-inch model from Sharp retails for $15,500 USD.
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