“We begin by introducing a new 63W model, the largest in the world, and then a new 55W model. These plasma displays debuted sequentially in December 2003. However, they will arrive to our region by early April 2004, informed Mr. Jawad Sebaali, Regional Manager of Future Media LLC.
By adopting newly developed panels for the current 50W and 42W models, Fujitsu have realized the same natural and realistic improved color tone for these models.
Specifically, Fujitsu has created more large-screen models like the 50W and 61W, and 42W remains their smallest size. They have also developed the world’s first PDP-dedicated full digital audio processor, known as “AVM (Advanced Video Movement)”
Sales have reflected especially favorably on this concept in the USA, where 50W accounts for half of all panel sales, and High Definition accounts for 80%.
Fujitsu General Limited won the coveted 2002 Emmy Award for Scientific Development and Technical Achievement from the US National Association of Television Arts and Sciences. Fujitsu also won the “Excellent Award,” – a first for PDP – from the publisher of Germany’s famous “Image Home Entertainment” magazine, in May 2003.
Moreover, the Japanese domestic digital infrastructure, including BS (Broadcasting Satellite), digital broadcasting, DVD, broad band and ground-based digital broadcasting, and so on have all expanded rapidly; letting more and more customers enjoy higher quality pictures than ever before.
Against this backdrop Fujitsu recognize that more customers than ever before want to watch high-quality pictures on larger screens. They have brought the world’s largest 63W model and an all-new 55W model to market, to expand the line-up and meet the demand.
“They have enhanced the high quality picture of our PDP-dedicated full digital video processor “AVM (Advanced Video Movement)” and have realized a true color tone “Natural Color” to reproduce natural color,” said Sebaali.
The new 63W, 55W and 50W models each have the 1366 x 768 high resolution pixel array; the continuing 42W model high-resolution panel features the “ALIS” 1024 x 1024 pixel array to bring both brightness and accurate color reproduction.
For the future, Fujitsu is developing larger size screens based on PDP characteristics. They have even set their sights on a 100-inch model class.
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