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Clipping from LG Electronics Magazine Ad
Its new, but only if you live in the United States

LG Electronics, a leader in cell phones, consumer electronics, household appliances, and other things including LCD displays, will be launching it 71-inch plasma screen televisions in the United States a year after making its way into the Korean marketplace.

LG Electronics is one of the top manufacturers in the LCD industry and is an array of models. The MW-71PY10 plasma display is a 71-inch mammoth which boasts 1080p resolution, a 1,200:1 contrast ratio, a decent 160 degree viewing angle and 6x15 watt speakers.

Being a 71-inch Plasma, the
MW-71PY10 does not come cheap, or even close to affordable for the average consumer. Sources such as Engadget state a pretty steep retail price of about $28,000 for a brand new set.

LG made news with Philips in a joint venture in LCDs recently at CES this year with a 100-inch prototype boasting 5ms response times and a 3,000:1 contrast ratio. It may not be long before we see 100-inch plasmas costing, lets say, $50,000?




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