By Sean CaptainPosted 01.07.2008 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
Hitachi claims that image quality on its slim TVs will be the same as on its standard models.
Your standard LCD may be svelte compared with the old tube set, but at about four inches thick, it hardly hangs flat like a picture frame. For that, you need Hitachi's new Ultra Slim TV, redesigned to a negligible 1.5 inches thick but up to 42 inches diagonally. In principle, Ultra Slim models work the same as standard LCDs: Fluorescent tubes illuminate a liquid-crystal display from behind.