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Want to own the world's first 70in LCD TV that's actually available for consumers to buy? Then hurry over to South Korea and visit the Lotte Department store. You'd better be quick: it only has 100 of them to sell.

South Korea's 70in LCD
The first ever 70in LCD TV you can actually buy?

You'll also need a very capacious wallet. According to local news agency Yonhap, the HDTV screen's selling for a cool KRW59m ($63,484/£32,149/€47,653).

It's not known what make of telly the 70in monster is.

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