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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Dick Tan
IN the early days, liquid crystal display (LCD) television was limited to no larger than 30 inches wide. Today, it is possible for manufacturers to approach the 70-inch limit effectively, dispelling the myth that only plasma displays are able to achieve huge home cinema-standard sizes.
Common LCD TV sizes range from 28 inches to 65 inches wide. There is practically none that competes with the popular 42-inch plasma TV until recently, meaning that 42-inch LCD TVs are beginning to make an appearance, offering an apple-to-apple comparison between LCDs and plasmas.
And Palladine is one of …