Philips' 2008 Consumer Lifestyle product range

We showcase the coolest products and gadgets from Philips’ Consumer Lifestyle launch

The star of the product launch was undoubtedly Phillips’ new range of 9000 Series LCD Flat TVs. These top-of-the-range televisions will feature the second generation of Perfect Pixel HD Engine technology. The addition of 100Hz Clear LCD technology provides ultra-sharp moving images with a motion response time of two milliseconds (2ms). Apparently, the Perfect Pixel HD Engine can display up to 2.250 trillion (!) colours at one time.

Philips' new TV range has an energy standby power of 0.2W and will comply with the new voluntary 10-star energy rating system. The 9000 series will come in three different screen sizes: 42in, 47in and 52in. (42PFL9703D RRP: $3299, 47PFL9703D RRP: $3999, 52PFL9703D RRP: $5299)

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