Samsung making CRT "flat panels"...

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  1. cybersoga

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    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/technologynews/view/96347/1/.html
    SEOUL : Samsung SDI, South Korea's largest display screen maker, said Monday it has developed the world's slimmest cathode-ray tube (CRT) display for digital televisions.

    The new CRT display, dubbed 'Vixlim' for 32-inch (81-centimeter) digital TVs, is only 35 centimeters thick, nearly halving the 50 to 60 centimeters seen on traditional CRTs.
     
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    Yes, 35 cm is as slim as 8cm. Still, there's life in the old dog yet.
     
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    Will the new 'panels' be able to do full res HD though - I doubt it. Current CRT HDTVs have roughly 1400 x 1080 res (interlaced), and no 720p. Not ideal for the all high-def future.
     

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