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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

59. LG - Page 2

LG - Page 2

LG didn't have any HD DVD or Blu-Ray recorders, but did demonstrate Blu Ray media. Despite this, it's not clear yet, whether LG will support one of HD DVD or Blu Ray, or both...

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LG also had DVD+R DL media, 16X DVD+R, 5X DVD-RAM, 4X DVD+RW:

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Certainly the most interesting devices at the LG booth were the LCD TVs. We have to say that their 50" LCD TV had the best image quality we ever saw! Very impressive...

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Lastly, LG had on display a whopping 71" PDP LCD TV:

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