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Samsung can join Hitachi while crying into their sake as its 52-inch \"thinnest non-OLED HDTV ever\" is around 4x as thick as Pioneer's 9mm heroin-chic Kuro. Take heart Sammy, because your 82-inch -- and btw, what is with the 82-inch obsession (2005 & 2006 CES), we need to talk about that -- Quad

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Samsung can join Hitachi while crying into their sake as its 52-inch \"thinnest non-OLED HDTV ever\" is around 4x as thick as Pioneer's 9mm heroin-chic Kuro. Take heart Sammy, because your 82-inch -- and btw, what is with the 82-inch obsession (2005 & 2006 CES), we need to talk about that -- Quad

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Whether or not you're actually considering buying one of Sharp, Samsung or Sony's 52-inch 1080p LCDs next year, they're pretty sure you will and as a result are pushing manufacturing schedules up. According to Digitimes, Sony & Samsung's joint manufacturing venture S-LCD is expected to have thei

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Remember the 52-inch 1080p and 720p 40- and 32-inch BRAVIA LCDs Sony announced in Japan recently? They have officially announced their US availability prior to CEDIA 2006. First the the big guys, the 1080p 52-incher comes in two flavors, the KDL-52XBR2 and KDL-52XBR3. The XBR3 has the high-gloss pi

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While Sony's 52-inch KDL-52X2500 LCD is nice, it is still currently announced only for Japan. Meanwhile the Samsung LN-S5296D LCD will be available in the US next month. Featuring similar CCFL backlighting, a 6000:1 "dynamic" contrast ratio, 8ms refresh rate, 10-bit video processor, QAM t

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