CES 2008: Implications for the Multichannel Video Programming Distribution Market


The show-stopper at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was Panasonic's 150-inch advanced High-Definition Plasma display, introduced by Panasonic AVC Networks Company President Toshihiro Sakamoto in the opening keynote address. According to Sakamoto, the 150-inch display is currently the world's largest plasma TV. The TV is amazing, with 2160 X 4096-pixel resolution - 4 times the resolution of the 1080p Full HD specification.

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