CES 2013: TVs steal the show

By Peter Griffin In Technology

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17th January, 2013
It was a common refrain from visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last week. “It’s like looking through a window,” we told each other as we stood in front of Samsung’s 110-inch ultra-high-definition TV set. It showed a serene lush valley that could have been the view from a cottage in the Swiss Alps. I felt as though I could reach through the screen and feel the cool alpine air brush my fingers. Across the cavernous hall of the Las Vegas Convention Centre, Toshiba left nothing to the imagination – it built a window frame around its own large screen TV. TVs ...

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