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After all is SED and done, Toshiba not out of the picture - comments from readers
Michael McManus, DigiTimes.com, Taipei [Friday 26 January 2007]
  • Posted on Feb 5, 15:47

    I'll never understand this Nano suit. Who's paying Nano's legal fee, Sony? SED has missed the boat with this. I've never seen one but I was hoping that 4/3 analog signals would look good on it. Having the best of both worlds.
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