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HDTV with Integrated Digital Photo Center

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by -W- » Tue Jan 13, 2004 7:11 pm

Epson America Inc. expands its presence in the home entertainment market with its introduction of two Epson Livingstation HDTV LCD projection televisions -- the EPSON Livingstation LS47P1 and EPSON Livingstation LS57P1. Home entertainment enthusiasts can take advantage of superior image quality and true digital output with its 720p resolution, thanks to Epson's patented LCD technology. Additionally, with Epson's proprietary Photo On Demand(TM) capability, users can now view, print and store their digital photos from an easy-to-use universal remote control.



Epson is a recognized industry leader in LCD technology and the Livingstation capitalizes on this expertise and delivers a dramatic and vivid cinematic experience to the consumer in two screen sizes, 47 and 57 inches. With three LCD panels, 1280 x 720 native resolution and a 16:9 native aspect ratio, the Livingstation's wide screen produces unparalleled image quality. Additionally, the Livingstation has one of the thinnest profiles of any rear projection television currently available, measuring only 14.9 inches deep for the 47-inch model and 16.3 inches deep for the 57-inch model.




more....

home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20040106005403&newsLang=en








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