Sometimes you just have to wonder about those that have. That would include “those” who will ring up Bang & Olufsen and order a BeoVision 4. The 103-inch plasma TV is custom built and can be mounted on the wall or ordered with a stand that will lift the TV with a button press. The cost of the deluxe TV (which includes delivery and installation) is $93,050 for the wall mounted version or $11,805 for the TV on motorized stand.
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You will still need some glasses, but Panasonic will be offering a 103-inch Plasma 3DTV and Blu-ray disc player that will deliver 1930x1080p high def. The company says that they put 2 sets of HD images onto one disc and have a way to record, decode and playback the images. The glasses themselves are synchronized shutters instead of those cheapy ones you used to watch Captain Eeo way back at Disneyland. Okay, but we bet they will still be nerdy and prices will be expensive plus.
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Next time you head to Japan, you may just see evidence of Big Brother. NEC has been working on a plasma display screen that houses a camera. It can identify a person’s age and sex for specific ads. You hold up your cellphone to the 50-inch display and a QR code with URL will send you additional product information. Since we think this is a little too much information for us, we would rather do our shopping in the privacy of our own computer. Yeah, like that’s safe.
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Inca is in the business of helping you decide what to do with your flat panel. Their newest creation is the P/N 900810-5A-WPS “Off the Wall” unit. Based on a swivel and pull-out, the TV Mount is controlled by remote. What a great idea if your bathroom is just around the corner from your living room. Check out Inca’s site for the Motorized Wall-Mounted Pullout and Swivel System and some of their other creative pull-down and lifting ideas.
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