LG developing 52-inch Plasma TV with wooden frame

Posted on Saturday, Nov 25 2006 @ 08:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
LG is working on a wooden 52-inch HD Plasma TV, engadget reports:
While we've seen gizmos encased in wood before (including Hannspree's own HDTV), this particular piece goes one step further by incorporating wood throughout the entire set. While rummaging through the secret lairs of LG in Seoul, CNET UK caught a glimpse of the mysterious set, and while they weren't allowed to film / photograph it, they rendered a look-alike and assured us that the "bezel was made of compressed wood (derived from renewable forests) and finished in white water-based paint."

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