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CES 2009: Toshiba's 'wall-leaning' LCD TV concept [day 3]

I didn't get a chance to attend Toshiba's press conference, so I made sure to stop by their booth. Here's a strange conceptual design for a "lean against the wall" TV they had on display:It's supposed to remove the need for mounting hardware or a TV cabinet or stand, but I'm not sure that's a major problem that needed addressing.
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I didn't get a chance to attend Toshiba's press conference, so I made sure to stop by their booth. Here's a strange conceptual design for a "lean against the wall" TV they had on display:

It's supposed to remove the need for mounting hardware or a TV cabinet or stand, but I'm not sure that's a major problem that needed addressing. The company calls it lightweight and slim, and while I can certainly attest to the slimness, there's no way I'd ever have my mother move such a big unit.

What's also of note is that it incorporates a 256GB SSD for Full HD quality-recording. The wave of the future?

Also, their latest batch of Regza TVs looked pretty crisp in person. Check out this photo, taken live on the floor:

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