CES 2008 to Unveil Worlds’ Largest HDTV, Three New Image Moments Digiframes

CES 2008 is now days away and I have started day-dreaming about all weird and unimaginable things to be exhibited at CES 2008. With all eyes on Panasonic’s 150-inch plasma TV, which would be touted as the world’s largest with its plasma panel 47 inches bigger in diagonal compare against to 108-inch LCD TV. Designed by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co, the display measures 2 meters X 3.5 meters. With no information about the availability of price, it is anticipated to demand a whooping price. News is the model is set to hit the reach the market in 2009.

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Another product to be flaunted at CES 2008 is a great offering by Digital Foci. The company unveils three new digi-frames in its trendy custom-built Image Moments digital photo frame range. The Image Moments 6 and 8 are first of its kind digital photo frames to reflect an LED hind light in place of the standard cold-cathode fluorescent (CCFL) version. Whilst version 6 features 5.7″ VGA (640×480) digital LCD with high pixel density of 140 PPI, LED backlight, and two-tone, mirror-polished chrome finish; version 8 comes packed with features like 8″ SVGA (800×600) digital LCD with high contrast ratio of 500:1, LED backlight, and compatible frame & mat blueprint.


Beating all is the latest offering of Image Moments 15 that brings a 16.2-million color 15″ XGA (1024×768) digital LCD, a high contrast ratio of 700:1, an AV input, and not to mention an exchangeable frame and mat design. Each of these frames have the capacity of 200MB of internal memory and built-in memory card slots that is complemented by a USB slot for connecting it to your PC. These digiframes 15, 8, and 6 are retailed at $399, $199, and $149 respectively.

Via Gizmodo
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