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We all had high hopes that SED TVs wouldn't become another case of \"what could have been,\" but unfortunately for everyone, things aren't looking too bright right about now. Last we heard, Canon was reportedly all set to buy out Toshiba's display stake, theoretically squashing Nano-Proprietary's clai

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We all had high hopes that SED TVs wouldn't become another case of \"what could have been,\" but unfortunately for everyone, things aren't looking too bright right about now. Last we heard, Canon was reportedly all set to buy out Toshiba's display stake, theoretically squashing Nano-Proprietary's clai

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Well, it looks like there's more than just \"technical issues\" holding up production of Toshiba's long-awaited SED TVs and keeping them away from this year's CES, with Japan Today reporting that a US lawsuit may now delay the construction of a plant to produce the high-end TV sets. The suit comes fro

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Well, it looks like there's more than just \"technical issues\" holding up production of Toshiba's long-awaited SED TVs and keeping them away from this year's CES, with Japan Today reporting that a US lawsuit may now delay the construction of a plant to produce the high-end TV sets. The suit comes fro

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If you had high hopes of seeing Toshiba's \"soon-to-be-released\" SED TV showcased at CES in just a few weeks, well, you can probably already read the writing on the wall. Unsurprisingly, the set has seemingly hit another snag on its journey to retail reality, as Toshiba has announced that \"technical

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If you had high hopes of seeing Toshiba's \"soon-to-be-released\" SED TV showcased at CES in just a few weeks, well, you can probably already read the writing on the wall. Unsurprisingly, the set has seemingly hit another snag on its journey to retail reality, as Toshiba has announced that \"technical

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Keeping up with the latest in HD can make you forget how difficult it can be for the above average consumer to find the right HDTV. Sure the average Joe would just go in the store an buy what is on sale or what the salesman sells him, but the above average consumer has his work cut out for him. He i

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SED could hold the greatest promise in the world of HDTV, but when? Here at Engadget we get excited about SED because it holds the promise to release us from the compromises we are forced to face today -- we feel like we have to have that big TV hanging on the wall, but miss the great contrast rati

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SED could hold the greatest promise in the world of HDTV, but when? Here at Engadget we get excited about SED because it holds the promise to release us from the compromises we are forced to face today -- we feel like we have to have that big TV hanging on the wall, but miss the great contrast rati

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Remember that laser-powered projection TV announced by Mitsubishi earlier this year? Well, another prototype was turned out again today in Australia only this time, by Arasor, the Australian company that will manufacture the unique optoelectronic chip central to the laser projection device developed

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Remember that laser-powered projection TV announced by Mitsubishi earlier this year? Well, another prototype was turned out again today in Australia only this time, by Arasor, the Australian company that will manufacture the unique optoelectronic chip central to the laser projection device developed

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Canon & Toshiba brought SED out at CEATEC 2006 to show that this CRT in a flat panel's body will finally be hitting shelves in limited quantities by late 2007, and entering mass production in 2008. Leading the charge will be these 1080p 55-inch models with 450 nits of brightness, 50,000:1 contr

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Canon & Toshiba brought SED out at CEATEC 2006 to show that this CRT in a flat panel's body will finally be hitting shelves in limited quantities by late 2007, and entering mass production in 2008. Leading the charge will be these 1080p 55-inch models with 450 nits of brightness, 50,000:1 contr

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Just In case you missed our CEDIA coverage the last few days, here is run-down for your reading pleasure.General info HDBeat @ CEDIA 2006 Irony @ CEDIA Sony @ CEDIA - Booth Tour THX @ CEDIA - THX certification for video displays HD DVD @ CEDIA - Promotional Tour Panasonic @

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Yeah, we know that Toshiba and Canon promised us a complete line-up of SED TVs by March of this year, and we don't quite buy their \"drop in LCD / Plasma prices caused the delay\" excuse, but we'll let them off the hook just this once. According to the slacking partner companies, we should expect to s

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Remember SED HDTVs? You know, the type that takes all the benefits of CRT technology and crams 'em into a flat-screen package. We are sure that most of you had already given up and moved on like after that chick stood you up at the senior prom. Should have waited a little longer though cowboy as Ca

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Forget SED, we're already on to bigger and badder ways to provide our eyeballs with those sweet sweet photons. What's new and hip this week is a polymer pixel technology developed by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. They've built a grid of 10 pixels, each 80 micrometers acro

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AVS Forum'0s has a newsletter post from TV Week magazine about the trials and tribulations facing a really cool TV technology we first mentioned almost a year ago called SED, or Surface-conduction Electron-emitter Displays, which were hyped as the Best of What's New 2005, yet aren't scheduled to be

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