Sony's slider TV

Sony's slider TV

You've heard of the slider phone. Now there's the slider TV. That's the idea behind the TAV-32FL2, a concept product that Sony is showing in its booth. While you're watching TV or a DVD, you leave the 32-inch Bravia LCD TV in the up position. But when you're just playing a CD, you can slide the speaker up to cover the screen. Though Sony reps were calling it a concept product, they did claim that the TAV-32FL2 would hit stores before the end of the year, although pricing was unavailable. They also said the product features virtual surround and that Sony will potentially sell different-colored speaker grilles to match your room's decor. This one is clearly targeted toward bedrooms or extrasmall living rooms.

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