|Posted by tylerazmi on November 24, 2010 at 9:53 PM|
Therace for the largest LCD TV has a temporary winner. The Taiwanesecompany, Kolin, has a model 55-inch LCD TV yesterday, saying that thelargest LCD TVs in the Taiwan market.
The TV is built with LG.Philips LCD panels. The resolution of this "monster" is a high-definition TV (HDTV) standard 1920x1080p.
According to Kolin President Liu Chi-law, the model will be produced and sold in Taiwan this year, but the second half.
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Digitimes.comfor the Taiwan market is not the only one to enjoy this new piece oftechnology. The model will also be sold in the U.S. market, where thedistribution will be made by the Group of syntax, the American partnerof Kolin.
In fact, the 55-inch LCD TV is not the only productreleased by Kolin and during the event yesterday, the company operatesthree small LCD TV launched a 42-inch size. These models will beavailable for sale since April.
The directors expect Kolin 2005a great year for them in terms of revenue. The company expects to ship300,000 LCD TVs in all sizes this year - more than 200% compared tolast year.
The models released yesterday, also represents thefirst attempt at Kolin in this segment and the company to disclose the20 -, 27 -, 30 -, 32 - and 37-inch LCD TVs.
But they haveconfidence in your success, so another aim of the company is launchinga 61-inch TV. Only this time, the model is based on liquid crystal onsilicon (LCOS) technology and will be released in the second half ofthe year.
In LCOS, liquid crystals applied to a reflectivemirror substrate. As the liquid crystals open and close, light isreflected by the mirror below, or blocked. This modulates the light andcreates the image. LCOS technology is usually a very high resolution,and usually higher in price than most DLP and LCD products.
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