Samsung wooed many people at InfoComm this year when they showed off some of their new toys. On top of releasing a new 46” TV display that is capable of 1366x768 resolution, Samsung has taken it a step further and embedded Windows into
the device. The SyncMaster 400PXn and 460PXn are standard TVs in that they support all the nifty features you'd expect, but also have built in MS Office document players to display any content you wish. Designed for more than just a home user with a lot of cash, Samsung is aiming them at places like malls and airports. These new displays will be available in 40” and 46” models. You can read the original press release
at Samsung's site. The press release doesn't mention specific availability or pricing, but I can't imagine these will be anywhere near “cheap”.