How big is the world’s largest TV? Both Samsung and LG introduced their 102 inch TV and made the record books in 2006. Subsequently Panasonic brought in its 103-inch plasma TV in early 2007 and broke the record. However, the record made by Panasonic didn’t stay long. Sharp unveiled its 108-inch LCD TV in the 2007 International Consumer Electronic Show (CES) at Las Vegas. Now, a new record made again by Panasonic. The Japanese electronics conglomerate Matsushita Electric Industrial Co introduced its flat panel 150-inch plasma TV at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas, January 7, 2008. This is a new record in TV industry.
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This 150-inch plasma TV boasts four times better resolution than full high-definition 1080p picture quality and offers a screen the size of nine 50-inch plasma televisions. This new TV will only be available in the market in 2009 at an undisclosed price. Get hold of this 150-inch plasma TV in 2009 to enjoy your favourite movies!
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The World Largest’s TV
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