Check this out.. Forget about CRTs, LCDs, etc

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  1. Manny

    Manny Auditioning

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    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmp...tv_floppy_dc_3
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    forget about CRTs, LCDs and other "Old" technology.
    The FUTURE is HERE. WOW. This is so cool.
    ""I think it (commercial production) is very close now," said Fyfe, adding that the last bottleneck -- finding a flexi-screen that protects the sensitive compounds from corrosion by oxygen and water vapor -- had almost been overcome.
    "Realistically, you will see roll up displays around 2004 or 2005," he added.
    "Just four weeks ago Philips demonstrated an all plastic display -- an incredible thing -- a device only a fifty millionth of an inch thick," said Fyfe. "If you can get thin enough plastic, then you would indeed have a roll-up television
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  2. John-Miles

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    so realistically speaking i could afford on about the same time my new tv bites the dust huh?
     
  3. Neil Joseph

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    Hmmm interesting. I would like a 120" wide 16x9 one please. I wonder what resolutions you could achieve. Hook up a nice HTPC scaler and things could be interesting indeed.
     

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