Posted Tue Mar 30, 2010 at 06:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
If the 40” BeoVision 10 wasn’t enough for you, Bang & Olufson has upped the ante.
There’s a certain market that Bang & Olufson targets with their televisions. It’s a market segment that I’d quite like to meet, and ask for some explanation. Not only is the BeoVision 10 incredibly expensive considering the feature set, that bottom speaker panel makes it an eyesore as well.
Of course, that hasn’t stopped Bang & Olufson in the past, and it’s not going to stop them now. The newest announcement from the company is that they’re officially launching a 46” version of the BeoVision 10 television.
It’s got LED edge lighting, and a 240Hz technology that aims to bring you the smoothest pictures yet. Oh, and according to Bang & Olufson, the BeoVision 10 is not only the slimmest television they’ve ever made, but it’s “designed to hang on your wall with your other artwork.”
Source: Bang & Olufson
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