Sony has launched the World’s thinnest LCD TV, the KDL-40ZX1.
The KDL-40ZX1 measures just 9.9mm thick, and has LED Backlighting, a contrast ratio of 3,000: 1 , 120hz MotionFlow for improved image quality in fast-moving sequences and Bravia Engine 2, it also has a viewing angle of 178 degrees.
This thin LCD comes with one HDMI input on the screen, and it also has a wireless base station which transmits to the TV. The wireless base station has 3 HDMi’s, 2 component, S-Video and a VGA input, there is even USB, LAN and also a standard phone port.
There is one downside to the base station it will on transmit HD up to 1080i, this 40 Inch LCD TV weighs in at 12.2 KG and is due to go one sale in Japan in November for around $4,500.
via EngadgetFiled Under: Displays News, Gadgets News