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Philips has unveiled its latest flat TVs, plasma screens and LCD TVs, focusing on a wide range of screen sizes. The range boasts 12 models, including four plasma screens and three portable LCD sets. Philips aims to help people put a screen in every room of the house.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 1, 2003

Philips has unveiled its latest flat TVs, plasma screens and LCD TVs, focusing on a wide range of screen sizes. The range boasts 12 models, including four plasma screens and three portable LCD sets. Philips aims to help people put a screen in every room of the house. The new line includes plasma Pixel Plus TVs, including the 42" model, which won the European Plasma TV of the year 2003-2004 award.

Philips sees flat screen technology edging out CRT based models in the next five years, both in terms of revenue and in volume.

The TVs feature picture-in-picture technology, which allows the user to watch footage from two signals on the same screen.

"For the past six years Philips has drawn on its strengths in display technologies to continuously build its FlatTV family, which today offers discerning consumers the best in picture quality, contemporary set design and versatility," said Bernard Chan, senior director and general manager, Singapore & Export Asia, Middle East & Africa, Philips Consumer Electronics.

All of the screens use Philip's PixelPlus technology, which offers picture enhancements such as skin tone correction, enhancement of colours and an anti-judder feature.

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