09. 03. 2009
A Television that Cares
Usually I'm not a fan of gadgets that are pink just for pinks sake, but NuVision's Lucidium FX5 Series LCD HDTV is doing it for a good cause. The limited edition, 32-inch pink-framed television will be shown at CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) 2009. A portion of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to aid breast cancer research.
"We loved the idea of a pink-framed unit because it's not only an alternative to traditional 32" displays, but because of the obvious ties to breast cancer research. It's not only important for us to manufacture high-end LCD's, but we'd like to be known as a company that gives back as well" said David Hester, NuVison Vice Chairman.
The set still comes with all the Lucidium FX5 Series standards including the Film Times Five (FX5) and Frame Forward Motion (FFM) technologies that combine to create a legitimate 120Hz picture as well as clear, crisp motion shots which come in handy for sporting events and the like.
No word on when the pretty in pink LCD will hit the market or pricing, but it's a nice way to fight breast cancer and get some kick-ass tech.