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LG 'Ultimate Display' OLED TV unveiled in Monaco
TVs don't get any more desirable than this. LG's new OLED (organic light-emitting diode) television is 55 inches of 'blimey-look-at-that' and its pin-sharp display points the way forward for the kind of TVs we'll all be buying in a few years' time. The telly got its first European showing in Monaco last Thursday, having been initially unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. Read on to find out why this one is going right to the top of your 'must-have' list.
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Tell you what i'm going to do.Switch off MSN and move my ISP/search engine if you don't start taking control of these ridiculous posts which have absoloutly nothing to do with the subject matter.
Between that and continuous advertisements for absolute rubbish your role within Microsoft corporation has now become untenable. You are well able to filter all postings as you will with this one so please start doing your job as it was designed.Thank you
Next thing, if it hasn't already been perfected, is a film which can be applied to walls, vehicles, etc., which will transmit active visual effects. Imagine a car which changes colour/pattern or a form of 'invisibility' where the occluded scene is displayed on the object in the foreground (vehicles, etc). Mind you, security/military users may already be chasing the same effect!
And as for using it on car number plates......................................
It was fun at first keeping up with Betamax/VHS then disc based recorders also Pentium processors were all the rage in the computer field. PDA's became popular for a while, Palm anyone? But now mobiles and the new gadget of the age Pads, do all that and more. So I will still drool at the 'latest' thing, but that is as far as it will get. This TV will be superseded in time, hologram TV anyone?
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