LG Philips shows off slim 42-inch LCD with 120Hz panel

Posted on Friday, Oct 19 2007 @ 02:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
LG.Philips showed off a new 42" LCD display that is only 19.8mm thin - 40 percent less than conventional 42" LCD TV panels. Another great feature is that the panel uses the new 120Hz technology to deliver sharper images.

This panel is 40 percent thinner and 10 percent lighter than conventional 42-inch LCD TV panels. Despite its slim profile, the panel still manages to incorporate cutting edge 120Hz technology, which eliminates motion blur, and full HD resolution, which is twice as sharp as normal HD resolution. LG.Philips LCD used a cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) backlight on this panel, which kept production costs lower than using a comparable LED backlight.

“Reducing the thickness of LCD panels and ultimately TVs is one area where we can add a great deal of value for consumers,” said Eddie Yeo, Executive Vice President and head of LG.Philips LCD’s TV business unit. “LG.Philips LCD will be the first company to launch an ultra- slim 42-inch panel, giving us a strong lead in the market for next generation TV panels. We will continue to develop slim LCD TV panels and expect to add additional offerings in this product line in 2008.”

The panel will be available in Q1 2008.


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