Trying to get a jump over similarly-sized plasma displays, Sharp Electronics is previewing its largest LCD monitor yet, the 45-inch LC-M4500. The monitor is on display at InfoComm this week.

The monitor is a size upgrade over Sharp's earlier 37-inch models and can display true 1080 high-definition video signals in a full 1920-pixel by 1080-pixel format without scaling the image, says Bruce Pollack, associate marketing director at Sharp.

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On a related story, Anandtech recently reviewed Samsung's 172X 17" LCD, one of the first to offer 12ms response times.