The team at coolest-gadgets.com are pleased to pass their congratulations to LG Philips for developing the world’s largest LCD television panel – with a whopping 100 inch panel.
There’s just one problem we can see though. We’d have to move the couch into the kitchen to fit this TV into our living room. In fact with a price tag of $100,000 dollars, we’d have to sell the couch, and most of the kitchen, to make the first down payment.
Would any of you guys buy one of these monsters?
Seriously though, LG Philips have created the giant crystal display to publicise the launch of their new 100 inch substrate technology.
The television itself is 2.2 meters wide and 1.2 meters high. It has a screen resolution equivalent to 6.22 million pixels, and can switch between black and white displays in around 5 milliseconds, which is double the speed of the existing LCD technology. It works great with any media stream devices or even with your digital outdoor antenna.
The television is a concept design, and is unlikely to be available in the shops any time soon. The coup for LG Philips is the size of the substrate used to make the panel display, which at 100 inches is 1.5 times larger than the competition at present, and similar in size to the existing plasma display screens, which are a competing technology to LCD panels.