The stealth bomber of LCD TVs

Japan's Eiko breaks the mold for flat-screen designs.

Akihabara News
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With all due respect to the individuality of plasmas and LCDs, they pretty much all look the same from afar. There's just only so much one can do with a flat screen.

But Japanese TV maker Eizo has come up with a design that breaks the mold, especially if it's turned slightly to the side to reveal its unusual profile. The "FORIS HD" line of LCDs is the television equivalent of a stealth bomber.

Akihabara News says it comes in white too, making it far less menacing. And if its 24- and 27-inch screens end up being too small to catch all the nuances in Heroes, it can also be used as a PC monitor because of its full HD resolution. But coming in around $1,500 on the Japanese market, that would be a pretty pricey desktop screen.

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