Note: It is already the second quarter of 2007 and towards the end of it. So this blog post is from a long long time ago… I’m more interested in the iPhone than anything else as of now, especially because it debuts on my birthday! Anyone feeling the need to give? Let me know! Anyway, here is the post on CMO’s 52″. We all know that 52″ is the next big size after 40″/42″ and 46″/47″.Â
Chi Mei Optoelectronicâ€™s (CMO) 52â€³ LCD TV will sport a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, a brightness of 500 cd/m2, a contrast ratio of 1500:1, and a 6ms response time. The 52â€³ monster will be built on CMOâ€™s G5.5 LCD fab that can cut two 52â€³ panels at a time. A G5.5 is more optimized for larger LCD monitors such as the newly introduced 19â€³ wide and 22â€³ wide monitors. With a monthly capacity of its G5.5 plant at 120,000 glass substrate input going up to 180,000 by December, you can bet CMO will be churning out a lot of 52â€³ LCD TVs to make a lot of profits. If you want to have a look at the 52â€³ LCD TV from CMO, hop on over to FPD International 2006 that will be held from October 18 – 20 in Yokohama, Japan.
But letâ€™s not get too excited here: Weâ€™ve already seen a 100â€³ LCD prototype (and I really mean prototype) from LG.Philips LCD (LPL) at SID 2006 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco this year. Also, Sharp is already shipping a 65â€³ LCD TV, which I saw at a Magnolia store in Palo Alto, California. And donâ€™t forget Samsungâ€™s 82â€³ prototype.
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