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Look, Rogo - You're famous on the Westaim Yahoo! board...got a whole thread on your posts here... http://finance.messages.yahoo.com/bb...id=&start=2085
Thanks, BruZZi !
Bruzzi - Looking at this link, and the square boxes beside the PX20 and PX300 models, I wonder if the PEAKS on the PX20 model may be different that the PEAKS of the PX300 model (an improvement to the original PEAKS?). It also appears that the PX300 has something that the PX20 model doesn't have - look at the blue box on the top row next to the PX300 model it starts, "SD". This box is not next to the PX20 model. Any idea what that might be? Do we have any...
Here are some additional links to the PX300 series, including some pics... http://www.monitor4u.com/english/new...idx=828&main=1 http://panasonic.jp/viera/line_up/type/pdp.html and this thread: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...nic+new+plasma
You make some good points, Rogo. Do you happen to have a link to when they showed off the 34" last year? Everything I'm able to come up with says that they began the scaling from 17" to 34" in October 2003, then they announced that they were successful on December 16, 2003, and it was first demonstrated at the annual general meeting of shareholders in Toronto on May 5, 2004 (I agree, the SID demo wasn't newsbreaking). Anything you can provide would be appreciated. ...
Actually, this is a new 34" prototype. The previous prototype was 17". Westaim also sold their Ambeon division on January 30 for $35 Million to help pay for ifire development. At about the same time they got an additional $10 million from Dai Nippon Printing.
Westaim's iFire Technology produces 34-inch color inorganic EL display Tuesday December 16, 1:19 pm ET TORONTO, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - iFire Technology Inc., a subsidiary of The Westaim Corporation, today announced that it has successfully scaled its flat panel display from 17 inches to 34 inches using its proprietary thick film dielectric technology (TDEL). The 34-inch color prototype display has a truly native high definition television (HDTV) format of...
I've been doing some research as I'm about to buy my first real set-up, and I'd like to see if any of you would confirm my choices or suggest something else that I might have missed by reading the boards, internet, etc. Here's what I'm thinking of getting: TV - Sony 40xbr800 (yes, I know it's 4:3) Rec - Denon AVR-3803 DVD/CD - Denon DVM-1805 Spkrs - Energy 5.2 w/Sub Monster Cables Any other suggestions would be appreciated as well as thoughts on the...
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