LG Boasts the World's Thinnest LCD TV Panel

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Scootiep

I understand the push of "Thinner is better" but seriously, these things are getting to the point where I feel like I'm going to break them if I pick them up. There has to be a point where you need a little depth just to make the rig sturdy enough to not flex or snap during moving or mounting. I can't say for certain because I haven't seen any comments or tests regarding its durability, but I look at it and think "Jeeze, a couple of bumps on the road or a good pot hole and that screen is done for". Does anybody know how they are combating this issue?

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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bpstone

I'll take one overnight. Make sure you put it under my tree in gold gift wrapper. Daddy's been a good boy this year. lol

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Number Six

That TV makes the girl look fat...

-Six

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Trooper_One

My guess the base at the centre of the monitor is where it gets clunkier with the in/out ports (e.g. power, HDMI, DVI, whatever else).

 I'm sure the girl on the picture would be glad to show you where the holes are.

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TheDorkSide

And the ports go where? Does is use Wireless HDMI?

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bpstone

That's possible and would be a smart choice. I'll be glad when they are done with wireless power and make it mainstream... no joke. That's going to be a massive revolution. :)

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Scootiep

In most cases wireless is a good choice, however, in the case of straight power, it's incredibly inefficient and is going to require a LOT more time before it can successfully and efficiently power something like this.

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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