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Over-burdened with too much room and money? In need of something gigantic to consume both? Then look no further than Panasonic's new 103-inch 3D TV.
At 706 pounds, with measurements of about 7.9 feet by 4.6 feet, you have to wonder how much shipping will cost. Just don't drop it.
Bang & Olufsen just launched the BeoVision 4-103. A $111,805, 584 pound, 103-inch plasma TV with a full HD resolution of 1,920x1,080 pixels. A TV that says to the world, "Look what a huge tool I am, that i would spend over $100K on a f*****g TV."
It's not the 150-inch monster, but what do you expect for only $70,000?
World's biggest producer of plasma TVs is planning to sell the world's largest plasma TV by early 2007.
If you want bragging rights for the biggest TV on your block, start clearing wall space for Panasonic's upcoming monster plasma panel.
Is it time to upgrade your RPTV? Are new RPTVs worth it? Read on to find out.
The Japanese electronics company, the last bastion of rear-projection TVs, says really big sets are still the best way for it to turn a profit on its products.
The 152-inch Panasonic TH-152UX1 is probably the next best thing to watching a 3D movie in a theater.
Billing its 70-inch LC-70LE732U as "the largest LCD television on the market," Sharp announces pricing and availability.