The first example was their "World's Thinnest" plasma, a 50-inch monster which measured in at 24.7mm thick and weighed just 22kg. Although we're pretty sure the title of world's thinnest actually goes to Pioneer, having a TV measure in at less than half the thickness of the current range - and at a fraction of the weight - will give consumers a whole new range of mounting options.
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