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Old 11th October 2004, 09:16   #1
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Default The Biggest LCD: Samsung's LT-P468W 46"

The arms race in the hot HDTV market is all about size. Every display conference we've attended lately has featured different technologies' proponents purveying the "world's largest [insert display technology name here]." These are of course always non-shipping prototypes, and when pressed, most concede that shipping an 80" plasma panel or a 57" LCD panel in any kind of quantity is still several years off.

Back here in a little place we like to call reality, plasma display panels (PDPs) still hold the advantage in the size war, with the largest single-panel PDP on the market currently measuring 63 inches. Samsung is closing the gap with this new LT-P468W LCD panel--46 inches of high-definition goodness. Samsung's latest LCD progeny doesn't match the sheer size of the 50"-plus plasma displays, but it offers something no current PDP can--true 1080p (1920x1080) pixel resolution. Are all those pixels worth the premium price Samsung is currently asking for this LCD wonder? Turn the page to find out.
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