Tuesday, October 23, 2007

LG success with its 32-inch plasma TV

LG Electronics announced the launch of its first 32-inch plasma TV ‘32PC5RV’ in Brazil this month. This new plasma TV will also be released in 27 nations worldwide by November, including countries in America, Europe, CIS region, North and Southwest Asia and the Middle East.

The 32-inch wide flat panel TV is the fastest growing segment in the industry, as the large-size market is becoming saturated. According to DisplaySearch, demand for 32-inch LCD TVs has grown to comprise 24.9 million units in 2007, and is expected to increase to 33.4 million units in 2008.

However, as recently as 2005, 32-inch LCD TV demand was 5.8 millions. What has driven this remarkable change is the growing consumer preference for secondary or private TVs for the home in the high-end market, and newly increasing demand for affordable flat panel TVs in emerging markets.

The 32PC5RV features 16:9 aspect ratio screen, 0.001ms response time, HDMI ports and LG’s SIMPLINK technology making it easy to control an array of compatible devices with a single remote control. Suggested price will range from 1,000(USD) to 1,100(USD) depending on the market.
Posted by Ribhararnus Pracutian at 4:13 AM |  
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