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October 2nd, 2003

Full-color prototype may finally deliver on nanotube TV promises

Abstract:
Applied Nanotech Inc. might beat a bunch of hopefuls in developing the first carbon nanotube field emission device television. ANI announced Monday that it has formed a team with Japanese display component manufacturers to produce a 25-inch diagonal, full-color, CNT-FED driven television prototype. The company said its goal is to produce a commercial TV by October 2004 with a resolution compatible with a 60-inch or larger high-definition television format display. (more on earlier article)

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