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Tuesday, August 17, 2004

No big screen Television for me this year....

As reported by The Register, Intel is delaying cheap hi-def TV tech, which had been expected by the end of 2004, using "Liquid Crystal On Silicon" (LCOS), involving thousands of tiny LCD cells on a silicon wafer, as an inexpensive alternative to technologies like Digital Light Processing system, which uses computer-controlled mirrors to reflect light onto the screen.

This technique was expect to half the cost the big screen high definition TV's.

This continues Intel's very bummpy, 'Annus Horribilis'.

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