Nya 37-tummaren från Hitachi är bara 15 millimeter tunn

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    Nya 37-tummaren från Hitachi är bara 15 millimeter tunn

    Nya 37-tummaren från Hitachi är bara 15 millimeter tunn. Färgåtergivningen är också extra påkostad med separata led:ar för rött, grönt och blått.


    På Ceatec-mässan förra året skröt Hitachi med en 32 tums lcd som bara var 19 millimeter tunn. I år har företaget alltså toppat sig själva med fem tum respektive fyra millimeter.

    Deras nya skärm har full hd-upplösning (såklart) och en ny typ av led-lager. Hitachi är förtegna med detaljer om hur många led:arna är eller hur de är placerade. Det enda som är känt är att de finns i de tre RGB-färgerna. I vanliga lcd-modeller med led är absolut svärta målet.

    Hitachi räknar med att kunna massproducera skärmen ”någon gång under 2009”.

    Förvisso är framtidens oled-skärmar betydligt tunnare än 15 millimeter. Men fler och fler tillverkare kommer nu med riktigt platta lcd:er. Sony har till exempel sin Bravia ZX1 som är knappa centimetern tunn.


    Mer:
    Halverad livslängd för OLED
    Sony satsar på FED-skärmar
    Samsung visar upp super-lcd


    I väntan på oled - Hitachi visar upp supertunn lcd

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    Hitachi used CEATEC to stress its TV technology credentials...and taste in design.

    Amongst the many innovations was a new intelligent picture upscaler and a range of bezels that were easily the most outrageous at the show.

    Other niceties include a new fan-less, vent-free approach to LCD display construction, which cleverly uses the TV's frame itself as a heat dissipation device.

    Hitachi also demonstrated a wireless HDMI system for its super-slim UT TV range, with a transmitter in a separate TV tuner box and a receiver in the set's stand. The no-wires wizardry is based on the UWB (ultra wideband) standard which operates in the 4.2-4.8GHz range. The idea is that it allows owners of the brand's Ultra Thin LCD TV to free their sets from the shackles of a wall-mounted aerial terminal.

    This may (or may not) come with as part of a package with a prototype screen, just 15mm thin and using RGB LED back-lighting technology similar to that championed by Sharp. The set is expected to go into production during 2009

    The company, which is outsourcing all its plasma panel requirements to Panasonic from 2010, also had a new generation of TVs with built-in hard drives on show.

    The latest UT42-XV700 and DV-BH250 screens claim to be at least 12 per cent more energy efficient than previous TV/HDD models. if Hitachi's eco-vision doesn't push your button, then it's new Super Resolution upscaler for its TV might do the trick.

    Not to be confused with Toshiba's Super Resolution upscaler, it aims to stabilise the differences between watching a mixture of standard definition and hi-def material.

    In side by side A/B demonstrations, it looked remarkably effective. Using intelligent picture processing, the upscaler selectively chooses which are of a screen to upscale. In sharp objects are given extra detail, while backgrounds remain softer to reinforce depth-of-field effects. It's expected to debut on Hitachi TVs from 2010.

    Ultimately though, it was a range of concept paint jobs for its UT range that attracted the most attention.

    Easily winning the award for most audacious screens at the show, Hitachi demonstrated everything from a gold-leaf traditional Japanese approach to gangsta-bling. No news on when (or even if) these bezels will come to market though.

    CEATEC 08: Hitachi joins the super-upscaling club, shows most outrageous LCD TVs ever | Home Cinema Choice

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