flat panel display

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Noun1.flat panel display - a type of video display that is thin and flat; commonly used in laptop computers
video display, display - an electronic device that represents information in visual form
portable computer - a personal computer that can easily be carried by hand
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A British man was arrested on Saturday for reportedly trying to shoplift two sets of flat screen television in Makati City.
There used to be a time when flat screen Samsung phones were all you could get.
It is now being rumored that Samsung may not release a flat screen variant for the upcoming smartphone and will instead only release a single edge panel model, according to a report from (http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20160908000721) The Korea Herald.
Anthony Franzese, broker/owner of Weichert Realtors--The Franzese Group, is giving away flat screen TVs with every new condo at 1725-1739 Stillwell Avenue, Brooklyn.
2011 has shown the highest level of new flat screen TV introduction to date.
Kammann has introduced a new modular flat screen head web printing module, designed with an open architecture to allow integration with any narrow web printing machine.
After South Korea's Samsung Electronics, Sony and Sharp are, respectively, the second and third largest manufacturers of flat screen TVs.
"However all our businesses delivered revenue growth with sales led by the continued high demand for flat screen televisions and laptops while sales of large white goods remained weak."
Swedish flat screen solutions maker MultiQ International AB said on Tuesday (15 January) that it has secured a SEK6m order from a customer in Italy.
The new Hotel de Rome will have 146 rooms and suites; each fitted with discreetly concealed state of the art technology, including flat screen televisions and iPod docking stations.
A good friend of mine, who has not only built a successful animation business in Northern Ontario, but has also been a successful investor in media and technology stocks over the years, has been my mentor when it comes to "new media." He always told me, and I always believed, that notwithstanding the media platforms that come and go (cell phones, Blackberrys, iPods, refrigerators, computers, or flat screen TVs) the world would always be about content.
The thieves also stole a 32-inch flat screen TV, an 18-inch flat screen TV, a pair of diamond earrings, a watch and two mobile phones.