Pioneer PRO-FHD1 50 Inch 1080p Plasma Ships

Posted: Jul 15 2006, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:57pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Pioneer PRO-FHD1 50 inch 1080p Plasma Ships
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Pioneer introduced the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 50 inch 1080p Plasma panel at the CES 2006 in January.

For solving the challenge to reduce the pixel size by half in order to fit more than 2 million pixels in the 50 inch Plasma screen, Pioneer wants a cool $10,000 for the PRO-FHD1 monitor.
Pioneer created the world’s smallest plasma pixels measuring .576 millimeters to make the PRO-FHD1 happen.Quote from the press-release:
"The depth of picture, particularly when viewing original content in 1080p/24Hz, such as a movie on Blu-ray Disc, gives a truly 3-D effect.
Viewers can see tiny beads of sweat on an athlete’s face as well as the stitches on the football as it flies through the air.
Some say it makes it easier to tell when the lead actor takes a break and lets the stunt double take over."

If you are convinced by this statement than you can buy the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 at these retailers.

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