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    News - Toshiba brings CELL chip technology to premium LED TVs in 2010

    Ultra-high-end TVs need significant compute power, says Toshiba.
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    Re: News - Toshiba brings CELL chip technology to premium LED TVs in 2010

    Weren't they going to bring these out years ago when they bought the rights to the CELL? I thought I read ages ago that they manufacture the CELL for Sony and they were going to use them in their tvs for things like previewing 50 channels at once and picture enhancements.

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    Re: News - Toshiba brings CELL chip technology to premium LED TVs in 2010

    I always wondered if anyone had thought of viewing more then one tv channel at a time, and I guess they had, it will hopefully bring user interface to a new level.

    Even when you use EPG you can only see one channel in the top left hand corner "generally", I'd always hoped to be able to watch the program I was watching while I bring up the EPG and get a preview of whatever else was on.

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