Sony Launched the Thinnest LCD TV – Bravia ZX1

By Igor | Hardware

Aug 29

Yesterday on Aug 28 Sony launched the thinnest LCD TV – Bravia ZX1. The dispaly is 9.9 milimeter thin and it represents the evolution of the flat panel TVs.
It has been introduced at the Berlin IFA trad fair. Television technology was one of the main themes at the fair, with Philips and LG highlighting the improvement in the viewer experience.

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awundrin September 6, 2008

Wow…this sounds really cool. I really admire the sleet technology of the flat screens and am envious of my friends who have them. I have yet to purchase a flat screen tv, but after reading about the Sony Bravia ZX1, I think I may have to put this one at the top of my ‘wish’ list. I really like that it is super-thin. That is cool and will no doubt re-write the book for the next wave of the flat panel televisions. Very cutting-edge and sleek.

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adamma September 6, 2008

Amazing!. I don’t believe it. Sony has launched the thinnest LCD TV in 9.9 mm. However this LCD might I get it soon because I love watching movie in cinema. Save my budget if I can save money to watch movie at cinema. Now days, many brands in the world can make their product smaller. Its an unique ideas and more impressive to me

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