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At 103 inches, this high-definition screen from Panasonic, on display at the CeBit show in Hannover, Germany, could help redefine home entertainment. It could also require some serious home renovations.
This 56-inch display from Chi Mei Optoelectronics is just half the size of the Panasonic wallboard, but it still dwarfs most television screens.
If one big screen doesn’t work for you, how about a wall full of smaller displays? You wouldn’t have to watch the same game on all of them, of course.
Microsoft’s small and unobtrusive Ultra Mobile PC stand belies the oversize hype that led up to the debut of the company’s Origami technology on the first day of CeBit.
While Microsoft’s design for handhelds relies on standard components, this prototype laptop from NEC uses a fuel cell as its main power source. The Japanese computer maker says the methanol-powered system runs for 10 hours on a single fuel cartridge.
Also from NEC: the 3-DLP-chip NC2500S cinema projector.