Sony stops production of rear projection screens

"Rear projecion axed as Sony focus on LED and OLED technologies"

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Sony has said it is no longer to produce rear production screens
 
After losing far too much money on technology that isn't taking off, Sony has quit production of their rear projection screens, following Hitachi's decision to do the same earlier on in the year.
 
Still, it's not all bad news for Sony, their LCD-TV section has announced it is forecast to have sold 10 million LCD's by March 2008.
 
Sony can now really focus on getting their new OLED technology out to the masses which is good news for us all.
 
Sony's OLED
 
Glad Sony is cutting it's losses or were you looking forward to getting a super-expensive monster backlit screen in the post Christmas sales? Let us know here
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06-01-2008, 07:49:15

Rob*

Can I get you to hold me a kit aside too please Rob... :)



Goes without saying Matt don't worry ;)

06-01-2008, 08:35:52

Kempez
Me too Rob :D Pleeaaase :D

08-01-2008, 08:33:28

PV5150

Goes without saying Matt don't worry ;)

Thanks mate :)

11-01-2008, 11:48:00

Sp33dFr34k
I'm interested in one of these too but they are hard to geld a hold of :)

Thanks!

12-01-2008, 14:35:41

Yeungster
I'm also interested.

Is there any difference between the nozzle kit you have under AMD and the one under Intel?

I presume they are both the same?

12-01-2008, 18:15:36

PV5150
they would be the same I'd imagine mate

14-01-2008, 15:51:51

Hatman
Any further updates on stock ? :(

16-01-2008, 07:59:43

Yeungster
I had a response stating approximately another 2 weeks

18-01-2008, 11:20:37

Hatman
Well I got mine today so I am very happy indeed :p

18-01-2008, 13:47:13

Rob*
We had a few arrive the other day to bascially clear all the back orders.. but still have none in stock till the main shipment from D-TEK arrives in around 2 weeks :(
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