Friday, March 19, 2004

State of the Art: A TV That Cuts All Cords

State of the Art: A TV That Cuts All Cords "The Wireless Fairy has already tapped her magic wand on phones, computers and palmtops. But next month Sharp will deliver the first entrant in a whole new category of wireless gear. Its new Aquos LC-15L1U is the world's first wireless flat-panel television.
Imagine a bright, beautiful 15-inch liquid crystal display screen - like a plasma, but with longer life and no risk of permanent burn-in - flanked by protruding round speakers that suggest a Picasso rendering of Mickey Mouse.
Here's the twist: Using the carrying handle at the top, you can bring the 11-pound screen anywhere in the house as you work, play or entertain, without being tethered to your home-theater setup. You can park this Sharp on the kitchen counter as you chop carrots, keep an eye on the game as you labor at the grill, catch the end of "The Apprentice" while you brush your teeth in the bathroom - all without wires or plugs."

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