We’ve compiled a list of five high-tech displays you can actually buy. Which ones are your favorites? Continue reading for the entire list.

Sharp PN-655 – World’s Largest Full HD LCD TV

At $19,840, the Sharp PN-655 is touted as the world’s largest full-HD LCD TV. Featuring an impressive 1920 x 1080 resolution, 700:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, a 170-degree viewing angle, and 6ms response time. Product page.

World’s Largest Full-Spec High Definition Commercial Monitor! The PN-655U offers superior performance for use in a wide range of settings including teleconferencing, medical imaging, digital signage, corporate, government, university, control rooms, GIS, CAD/simulation, banking/finance, retail, broadcast, airports, arenas and rental/staging

QuaNext – The Linux Powered LCD TV

The QuaNext features an Intel Pentium 4 processor, up to 2GB of DDR memory, 220GB hard drive, CD/DVD combo drive, and 1,440 x 990 resolution. It’s basically a DVD player, computer, and LCD television, all-in-one. Product page

“The device can switch between a PC and a TV using the remote control and would be ideal for the living room, bedroom or kitchen where a separate PC may not be easily accommodated.”

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Sony TAV-L1 Slider HDTV

As one of the first slider HD-ready LCD TVs to be announced, Sony’s 32-inch Esprit TAV-L1 includes a unique slot-loading CD/DVD player on top and interchangeable speaker grilles. Looking more like a standing speaker in audio mode, press the touch-sensitive front panel to reveal an HD-ready Bravia display. Other features include 2.1 stereo speakers and a 100w subwoofer. Product page.[Source]

SunBriteTV’s Waterproof 32″ LCD HDTV

SunBrightTV is among the first to offer a 32-inch (or 20-inch) waterproof outdoor LCD HDTV — featuring 1366 x 768 resolution and 1200:1 contrast ratio. Product page. [Source]

SOYO GVLM1728 Dual LCD

SOYO’s 17-inch GVLM1728 features 2560 x 1024 resolution, 300nits brightness, and 8ms response time. Unfortunately, prices start at $599.99, which means you might be better off with that Dell you’ve been eyeing. Product page.

Sure, it’s not quite as good as the TripleHead2Go, but it’ll be a bit less expensive than buying a trio of monitors and that VGA connector

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