Biggest TV screen
There always has to be someone who just has to go ahead and take things to silly proportions, and in this case it was Panasonic with its 152-inch TV.
The wall-sized screen measures 3.4 metres wide by 1.8 metres. The 3D HD TV, TH-152UX1, as it prefers to be called, went on sale last year, and according to the Japanese company, sales are "going well" with 31 people already putting their money where their mouth, while another 300 have made enquiries.
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