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Pixel Qi prepping sub-10W $100 HDTV

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2009 @ 20:43:23 CET by

Pixel Qi announced it's working on a sub-10W HDTV , this device seems to be aimed at third world countries and will be priced at only $100. Due to the low power consumption this HDTV can be powered by a solar panel, hand-crank or a small rechargeable battery.
The audience for such an HDTV would be the many millions of households which don’t have access to stable electrical power. Current high-definition televisions generally require high wattages – certainly in excess of 100W – whereas the Pixel Qi set will be sub-10W.

No launch date for the HDTV project has been given, nor indication of what sort of panel size eventual owners can expect. Pixel Qi’s screen technology works like epaper in bright, direct sunlight, proving three times as readable as a regular LCD panel, but still supports color and video.

Source: Slashgear



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