Carbon Nanotube TV Go Into Test Production

Posted: Mar 20 2006, 1:00pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:20pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Carbon Nanotube TV Go Into Test Production
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CNET reports that Applied Nanotech and manufacturer Da Ling agreed to a trial production of Carbon Nanotube TVs.

Carbon Nanotube TVs work like CRTs but are as slim as LCD TVs. Applied Nanotech showed a 25 inch Carbon Nanotube TV prototype last September (photo). The image quality is still pretty bad, but maybe it is just a matter of money to make it work right. The first nanotube TVs could be ready by 2008.
Besides Carbon Nanotube, SED is a hot future TV technology that Canon and Toshiba are pushing. More details about carbon nanotube TVs on the Applied Nanotech site.

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