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July 16, 2008

Toshiba Debuts 880-Inch LED HDTV...285 Feet Above Times Square

toshnewyork.jpgIf you thought Sharp's LB-1085 108-inch LCD HDTV was a monster, you'll be absolutely stunned by Toshiba's new 880-inch LED HDTV dubbed Toshiba Vision Times Square. Okay, so you won't be seeing this in any living room in the near future-it looks over New York City's Times Square from 285 feet above the ground-but with high-def resolution and support for over one billion colors it's definitely worth mentioning. The 51.2 x 52.5 foot LED display integrates 1280 x 1248 LED's outputting a HD image using Toshiba's TECHNOVIRTUAL technology, pixel-sharing technology that uses adjacent pixels to create virtual pixels with a 12.5 mm pitch. The Godzilla of high-def outdoor displays is environmentally friendly thanks to its use of LED's and will be used to market Toshiba products to New York's giant population of gadget geeks.

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Posted by Justin Davey at July 16, 2008 4:55 AM

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