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Engadget China has the pics to prove it. No word yet on the exact size, but it looks to be at least 32 inches. It was exhibited playing a Blu-Ray movie off of a PS3, but other than that, little is known about its functionality or its price point. If Asus can continue their trend of undercutting the competition by pricing this at around $300, they'll have plenty of takers.The "Eee" moniker was never a great one, but now Asus [TPE: 2357] seems to be applying it beyond its logical limits with something new they quietly brought to Computex 2008: a widescreen LCD television. Sure enough,
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