Hitachi launches 3 new sexy slim LCD TV’s – 35mm thick

Hitachi has released their new 35mm thick LCD’s, if you take a look at some of the pictures you will see just how slim this product is. They have released three different sizes of the TV in 32″, 37″ and 42″. Hitachi is now the first company to officially have the world’s first thinnest LCD TV’s.

Hitachi has released their new 35mm thick LCD’s, if you take a look at some of the pictures you will see just how slim this product is. They have released three different sizes of the TV in 32″, 37″ and 42″. Hitachi is now the first company to officially have the world’s first thinnest LCD TV’s.

Mmmmm Sexy and Slim – I’m talking about the TV…honest!

Although we’re expected to see thinner LCD’s soon and not forgetting the 1mm Plasma, Hitachi has officially taken the crown for the world’s first electronic manufacturer to roll out the the thinnest LCD TVs at just 35-mm (1.37-inch) thick.

Behold the new magnificent WOOO UT Series models:

1) UT42-HHV700 (42″ Full HD 1080p) – available in Black only
2) UT37-HV700 (37″ Full HD 1080p) – available in Black only
3) UT32-HV700 (32″ HD Ready) – available in Blue, Black, White and Red.

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