LCD TV

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LCD TV

A flat panel TV that uses LCD technology or a rear-projection TV that is based on LCD microdisplay panels. All modern LCD TVs are wide screen high-definition TVs (HDTVs). See LCD vs. plasma, flat panel TV, rear-projection TV and LCD.
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said Thursday it will begin selling its first high-definition liquid crystal display television using "4K" technology in mid-October in Japan, Europe and the United States.
22 percent to 505 yen as the volatile stock reacted to a report that the troubled firm plans to cut back on its liquid crystal display television business in Europe, focusing instead on higher-growth markets in Asia.
said Thursday it will launch in February a high-end liquid crystal display television priced at more than 2.
on Wednesday launched what it billed as the world's first liquid crystal display television with a built-in next-generation Blu-ray DVD recorder.
said Thursday it will launch in Japan on June 1 a new Bravia liquid crystal display television with enhanced image quality, featuring a new function to connect with smartphones and tablet computers.
said Wednesday it will launch in Japan a liquid crystal display television capable of producing brighter colors with a newly developed panel using a red laser light source.
said Thursday it will release four ''Aquos Internet'' liquid crystal display television models in late May that allow users to easily browse the Internet.
said it aims to significantly boost its share in the liquid crystal display television market in the Philippines from 4 percent in fiscal 2010 to 20 percent in fiscal 2013 through March 2014.
Toshiba will also display other cutting-edge products such as the 55-inch liquid crystal display television that will allow a large group of viewers to watch high-resolution 3-D images without wearing special glasses.
The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association attributed the increase to higher shipments of video equipment, such as liquid crystal display television sets and DVD devices, offsetting sluggish shipments of audio equipment.
said Tuesday it will market outside Japan its 3-D liquid crystal display television sets that do not require use of dedicated glasses beginning in its business year from April.
In addition to strengthening the overall image of the Sharp brand, the campaign will further solidify Sharp's leadership position in the rapidly expanding liquid crystal display television category," said Bob Scaglione, Senior Vice President of the Consumer Electronics Marketing Group of Sharp Electronics.

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