Standing at 35mm thick, Hitachi's Wooo UT series of LCDs earns them the accolade of world's thinnest production LCD television manufacturer. Three sizes will be made available, either 42" (¥430 000, $4,171) or 37" (¥330 000, $3,201) at 1080p and a smaller 32" (¥230 000, $2,231) model with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.The Woo part of the product name is in fact an accompanying external tuner, which has been separated from the televisions to shave off a few inches. The digital tuner houses 3 x HDMI inputs, SD/MMC slot, iVDR recorder and an Ethernet port. The televisions will all have 2 x 6W speakers, 1 x HDMI/1 x D-sub inputs and an impressive 178degree viewing angle. An optional UWB hub will allow for streaming with a 9m range and will cost an additional ¥90 000 ($873). If all those facts have not got you hot under the collar, check out those white leather boots—saucy. [AV Watch]
Hitachi's Wooo UT Series are World's Thinnest Production LCDs
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