Seiko Epson TV With Built-in Photo Printer

Posted: Jan 9 2004, 9:50am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:11pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets


Seiko Epson TV with Built-in Photo Printer
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Seiko Epson announces Industry's First Widescreen HDTV LCD Projection Televisions with Integrated Digital Photo Center.

Seiko Epson enters the TV market with EPSON Livingstation LS47P1 and EPSON Livingstation LS57P1 Widescreen HDTV models.
With three LCD panels, 1280 x 720 native resolution and a 16:9 native aspect ratio, the Livingstation's wide screen produces unparalleled image quality. Additionally, the Livingstation has one of the thinnest profiles of any rear projection television currently available, measuring only 14.9 inches deep for the 47-inch model and 16.3 inches deep for the 57-inch model.
Epson's Photo On Demand(TM) technology is a first, enabling consumers to view, print and store their digital photos directly from the TV without the need for a PC.

Slots for memory cards, including SD(TM) memory card/MultiMediaCard(TM), Memory Stick(R), Compact Flash(TM) and SmartMedia(TM) enable users view their digital photos. A quiet, built-in dye sublimation photo quality printer produces borderless 4"x6" prints.
Archiving is made simple with the included CD-R/RW drive. Photo On Demand enables users to enjoy and manage their digital photos from the living room, making digital photography a social experience.

Shipping in March 2004, the estimated retail prices for the 47- and 57-inch models are $3,499 and $3,999, respectively.

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