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Have they changed the name of the division or the board of directors to "natural disaster"? Cool.



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Have so many of you forgot the actual natural disaster in 2011, which destroyed loads of there factories. Thats what there talking about.



got a 2013 one they are great.

They will do great with 4k as there is not much competition right now, for now.



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World Cup. I think they will profit this year.

From next year the challenges will return.



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kowenicki said:
World Cup. 

Why is it a relevant factor?



LurkerJ said:
kowenicki said:
World Cup. 

Why is it a relevant factor?


All manufacturers have been pushing their TV's with deals.  The World cup is always seen as a time when people replace TV's. Manufacturers and retailers push TV's and now that the large screen LCD tv's are so cheap and 4k is now more affordable they have been succesful in getting people to switch.

 

It is always one of, if not THE, biggest global TV events.  This one is no different.



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BeElite said:
got a 2013 one they are great.

They will do great with 4k as there is not much competition right now, for now.


not sure why you say that?

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/301_3002_30002_xx_ba00008844-bv00305769/2_xx-criteria.html



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kowenicki said:
LurkerJ said:
kowenicki said:
World Cup. 

Why is it a relevant factor?


All manufacturers have been pushing their TV's with deals.  The World cup is always seen as a time when people replace TV's, manufacturers and retailers push TV's and now the large screen LCD tv'sare so cheap and 4k is now more affordable they have been succesful in getting people to switch.

 

It is always one of, if not THE, biggest global TV events.  This one is no different.


Thanks.