Only in the post by Arun Gupta in the "New DLP RPTV's at CES 2004" thread. Arun posted a picture of some information displayed at CES, which implies they will have one out some time this year. You should take a look at this thread - there are a couple of good links within. Arun is a great source of information about DLP's.
EVery DLP they make still suffers from severe color wheel delay, and they are going to go that big before getting even the most basic models to work ideal.
Word to the wise, I have 4 friends that are dealers of multi brands, and they have more problems with units of that brand then any other single unit . It is specifically the DLP line, so be careful there.
All that said, this years is much brighter then prior years and was bright enough that I do see a future in it now, where before I thought it was just going to have to eventually compete on price, because performance wasn't clearly shown to be in the cards.
I am even more impressed though with Sony's movement on LCD from when I bought my CRT 18 months ago and they looked horrible to now having really nice detail and skin tones.
They did not announce a 73" DLP at CES. They tend not to be secretive about products that are very far in the future so I'm not ovely impressed with the notion that a 73" DLP is coming out anytime soon.
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