The end of crappy LCD TVs?

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  1. Guest

    Tokyo-based Canon plans to broaden its business by entering the TV
    market next year using a new kind of flat-panel technology it's
    developing with Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp.

    Today, flat TVs usually employ either liquid crystal displays or plasma
    displays.

    Canon's planned TVs use SEDs, or surface-conduction electron-emitter
    displays, with a beam-emitting technology similar to old-style
    cathode-ray TVs.
     
    , Apr 28, 2006
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  2. Mark Jones Guest

    wrote:
    > Tokyo-based Canon plans to broaden its business by entering the TV
    > market next year using a new kind of flat-panel technology it's
    > developing with Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp.
    >
    > Today, flat TVs usually employ either liquid crystal displays or
    > plasma displays.
    >
    > Canon's planned TVs use SEDs, or surface-conduction electron-emitter
    > displays, with a beam-emitting technology similar to old-style
    > cathode-ray TVs.


    My Sharp Aquos 32 inch LCD HDTV looks spectacular.
     
    Mark Jones, Apr 29, 2006
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  3. In article <>,
    says...
    > Tokyo-based Canon plans to broaden its business by entering the TV
    > market next year using a new kind of flat-panel technology it's
    > developing with Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp.
    >
    > Today, flat TVs usually employ either liquid crystal displays or plasma
    > displays.
    >
    > Canon's planned TVs use SEDs, or surface-conduction electron-emitter
    > displays, with a beam-emitting technology similar to old-style
    > cathode-ray TVs.
    >
    >



    wow, that was news, about 8 months ago.
     
    Fish! - THE Aristocrat., Apr 30, 2006
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