Brillian Debuts 65 inch 720p LCoS HDTV at EHX
TEMPE, Ariz., Nov. 15 - Brillian Corporation, a pioneering developer of HDTVs based on the industry's first Gen II liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCoS) microdisplay technology, will showcase its BR6501m/i, 65-inch, rear-projection, 720p HDTV monitor at the Electronic House Expo (EHX) in Long Beach, California. Demonstrations will be held November 16 to 18, 2004 in booth #B1508 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Based on Brillian's proprietary Gen II LCoS(TM) microdisplay technology, the BR6501m/i features a three megapixel (1280x720-pixel per panel) engine and offers the highest commercially available LCOS contrast ratios -- up to 2000:1 -- in a rear-projection HDTV. It features exceptional grayscale performance, deep black levels, high brightness, a 160-degree viewing angle, an ultra-fine-pitch 16:9 widescreen, artifact-free full-motion video through its three-panel architecture, outstanding audio performance with its high-end audio system, and an upgradeable hardware and software architecture, all in a sleek design that measures a mere 23-inches in depth.
About Brillian Corporation
Brillian Corporation designs and develops rear-projection HDTVs targeted at high-end video/audio OEMs, high-end video/audio retailers, ProAV/CEDIA distributors, and their base of dealers and custom installers looking for breakthrough performance and image quality. The company is the first and only provider of Gen II LCoS(TM) technology used in these products. In addition to its high-definition televisions, Brillian also offers a broad line of LCoS(TM) microdisplay products and subsystems that OEMs integrate into proprietary HDTV products, multimedia projectors, and near-to-eye products such as monocular and binocular headsets. Brillian's LCoS(TM) microdisplay technologies address the market demand for a high-performance display solution with high image fidelity, high-resolution scalability, and high contrast ratios. The company's website is www.brilliancorp.com .
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