Tuesday, September 06, 2005
In association with Canon, Toshiba has demonstrated on the IFA-exhibition a prototype of a SED display. SED stand for "Surface-Conduction Electron-Emitter Display" which means the display combines the technique of a CRT with the flat format of LCD and Plasma displays.
The prototype of the 36-inch SED display was demonstrated behind closed doors, but golem.de says the picture quality was impressive.
Toshiba and Canon expect to start in 2007 with the mass production of the SED displays. In 2010 would SED dominate the market for displays bigger than 40-inch.
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