In a move designed to give Sony the ability to meet increased LCD television production, the TV giant is going to begin purchasing larger LCD panels (40-inch and up) from Sharp as early as April of this year. Earlier this year Sony had announced that it will no longer engage on any display technology outside of LED and OLED, making the manufacturer the largest company to focus on a single technology - and the first of that scale to to completely drop microdisplays and rear projection sets. Currently, Sony works closely with Samsung, Electronics, having a joint venture in LCD panel production, however a recent lawsuit may have had some affect on their working relationship.
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SHARPY? That was clever, Clint.
But it doesn't quite reach the echelon that is DAAMIT (ATI + AMD) coined by The Inquirer.