Samsung Ramps Up LCD Production in Bid To Take Over World

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Flooding the industry with more LCD panels could be a good thing for all of us if it means better quality LCD TVs and lower prices. Samsung has announced that it will start producing new liquid crystal displays from a new production line in April 2006. The line will be using larger glass plates which will let them cut more panels—obviously upping productivity and lowering costs. But lets not jump to conclusions just yet. Samsung is the world's top maker of LCD displays and also provides Sony with these flat panels from one of its lines. So let's hope this all comes down to better choices and lower prices, not just a lot more TVs to look at in Best Buy.

Samsung Elec to start new LCD line output in April [Reuters

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