Dell debuts 50-inch Plasma Display

Posted on Thursday, September 29 2005 @ 13:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Dell W5001C
Dell has launched its first 50-inch Plasma HDTV along with a new 32-inch LCD HDTV. The 50-inch W5100C is priced at $3,799 and the 32-inch W3201C costs $1,799.

Dell W5001C Plasma and W3201C LCD HDTVs features:
  • True high-definition resolution with WXGA (1,366X768) resolution
  • Excellent viewing experience with a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • Rich visual detail with 8,000:1 (W5001C) and 1,000:1 (W3201C) contrast ratios
  • Superior display of 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i resolutions with video powered by Pixelworks
  • Wall or stand mountable with thin profile
  • Exquisite images in various lighting environments with 1,100 (W5001C) and 450 (W3201C) cd/m2 brightness
  • Over-the-air high-definition content with built-in tuners (ATSC and NTSC)
  • Sharp images with 3D Y/C Comb Filter
  • Watch two games at once or multi-task with Picture-in-Picture
  • Robust connectivity for almost any device that connects to a TV, including dual HDMI ports, dual composite, dual S-Video, dual component, TV in/coaxial (NTSC/ATSC), VGA/PC audio; composite, S-Video and audio connectors added to the side for easy connection of such devices as digital video recorders and game consoles
  • High-quality audio with two 20-watt (W5001C) and two 15-watt (W3201C) speakers that are stand, wall or TV mountable with SRS TruSurround virtual surround sound

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