DigiTimes: LG is scheduling time for “mass production” of its 100-inch LCD TV, according to a press release from the company. A selling price has not yet been determined, the company has said.
LGE recently developed the 100-inch LCD TV and the model will enter 2007 Guinness Book as the world’s largest LCD TV.
The 100-inch LCD TV, with panel from LG.Philips LCD, features a maximum 3,000:1 contrast ratio, color reproduction of 92%, viewing angle of 180 degrees and response time of 5ms, said the company.
The TV is offering a 6.22 million-pixel picture quality, said the company.
In ultra large flat-panel TV competition, plasma technology is so far the winner. In July, Panasonic said it will start offering 103-inch PDP TVs, the world’s largest, with a retail selling price of US$69,999.95 (€54,800), in Christmas 2006.