Hitachi America announced that it will demonstrate 42" HDTV at the CEDIA EXPO in Denver, Colorado this week, as well as a 60-inch full HD plasma display
The Hitachi 42-inch plasma display introduces 1920 x 1080 lines of resolution to the 42-inch plasma screen size for the first time, offering a pristine vertical line match with the dominant 1080 HDTV format.
Using its proprietary electrode sharing technology, the 42-inch full HD panel delivers more than two million pixels and more than six million individual lights. A patented "slim-rib" feature enables a wider aperture ratio, creating an intense brightness of 1,000 cd/m2 and dazzling picture quality for the viewer. Picture quality is also enhanced and better controlled through more effective signal processing that enhances grayscale performance and reduces noise for a smoother and more beautiful viewing experience.
The technology demonstration will offer a preview of the complete full HDTV line that Hitachi plans to introduce in 2007. Both the 42- and 60-inch full HD plasma models will be on-view at booth #332 at CEDIA from September 14-17, 2006 at the Colorado Convention Center, along with Hitachi's current 2006 product line-up.