CES 2008: LG announces plethora of LCD and Plasma screens, wheels out Mark Levinson - Tech Digest
It wasn't all grim at LG however, admittedly. There was a bit of a 'sleb cameo (for audiophiles, anyway), with Mark Levinson (pictured), founder of Mark Levinson Audio Systems, who specialise in ultra high-end digital audio processors, amps and sources. Plus, as you'd expect with any consumer tech show, they announced a bunch of new LCD and Plasma TVs, with all 1080p flat panel screens being ISF-ready, and most being THX certified. There'll be four new product series and eight new models in terms of Plasmas alone, with six of the models walloping us with full 1080p viewing. Beautiful. The PG 70 series will be this year's flagship series, with full HD and free of wires. The PG 60 will apparently have a 'vanishing edge' design...
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