HD laser TVs look red hot for 2007

December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/6/2006, Issue 2268, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that California-based Novalux Inc. has shipped 1.5W red laser prototypes to television design companies. The company is on track to deliver all-laser RGB sources to its consumer electronics partners for integration into high definition laser televisions for Christmas 2007, said Novalux's v-p of marketing Greg Niven.


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