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NEC is starting selling monster sized 61-inch plasma display monitors in Japan from 23 July.

The company says Europe and the US will get the displays 'soon' and it expects to sell 8,000 units of the PlasmaSync 61 MP1 by March 2002.

The products feature a 1.05 million pixel monitor (1,365 by 768 pixels) with pixel pitch of 0.99mm and a screen area of approx 10, 267 sq cm.

The company hasn't released pricing yet. ®

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