Norcent is set to flood the CES showroom with no less than 12 new 16:9 widescreen televisions. On the LCD side, the new VION lineup includes the LT-2090 (20-inch), LT-2790 (27-inch), LT-3290 (32-inch) featuring PC inputs with two additional 37-inch and 42-inch models expected later this summer. Three hi-def sets round-off the LCDs including the 26-inch LT-2651, 32-inch LT-3251, and 37-inch LT-3751 offering up to a 1920 x 1080 panel resolution in the LT-3751. The Plasma line-up includes the VION PT-4291HD (42-inch) and PT-5091HD (50-inch) televisions featuring a 10,000:1 contrast ratio and PC and RS232 connectivity and two additional hi-def sets, the 42-inch PT-4241HD and 50-inch PT-5041HD -- unfortunately the plasma series maxes out at a mere 1366 x 768 pixels for that 50-incher. All the larger televisions feature HDMI inputs, SRS surround, and built-in ATSC and NTSC tuners as well as the usual range of component, composite, and S-Video inputs. Pricing scales up from $500 for the LT-2651 to $3,199.99 for the PT-5041HD. Expect these to start shipping in Q1 nought six.