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  • stillondgo stillondgo Dec 27, 2004 12:57 AM Flag

    And read this...Worst of all

    Bharath Rajagopalan, general manager for TCL-Thomson Electronics, owner of the RCA brand, said: "LCD production is becoming a commodity game. There is an inordinate amount of competition and price erosion."

    Ross Young, president of DisplaySearch, predicts that there will be a 53 percent increase in capacity during 2005, and he says that will put a lot of pressure on pricing. A 42-inch LCD set that costs close to $4,500 today will be $3,100 next year, and $2,250 in 2006, he says.

    Tasso Koken, vice president and general merchandise manager for Sears home electronics, predicts that in 18 months, a 20-inch LCD TV from a well-known manufacturer will be under $299, down from $700 to $800 today. "The 2005 price drops in LCD will make the 2004 reductions look like a walk in the park," he said.

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    • How low is it going ?
      Maybe I'll pick up a few shares when it hits bottom

    • "Prices coming down on these tv's is the best thing to happen for SIMG."

      Stupid people with Idiotic thinking like you DESERVE to LOSE Their MONEY!

    • Are you Stilldildo or Qeer up?

    • And read this...Worst of all
      by: stillondgo (28/M/Reno, NV)
      Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Sell 12/27/04 12:57 am
      Msg: 17985 of 18145

      Bharath Rajagopalan, general manager for TCL-Thomson Electronics, owner of the RCA brand, said: "LCD production is becoming a commodity game. There is an inordinate amount of competition and price erosion."

      Ross Young, president of DisplaySearch, predicts that there will be a 53 percent increase in capacity during 2005, and he says that will put a lot of pressure on pricing. A 42-inch LCD set that costs close to $4,500 today will be $3,100 next year, and $2,250 in 2006, he says.

      Tasso Koken, vice president and general merchandise manager for Sears home electronics, predicts that in 18 months, a 20-inch LCD TV from a well-known manufacturer will be under $299, down from $700 to $800 today. "The 2005 price drops in LCD will make the 2004 reductions look like a walk in the park," he said.

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      • will be very unpleasant in next coming trading sessions for SIMG stock holders as in my opinion they will warn on outlook.

        Bharath Rajagopalan, general manager for TCL-Thomson Electronics, owner of the RCA brand, said: "LCD production is becoming a commodity game. There is an inordinate amount of competition and price erosion."

        Ross Young, president of DisplaySearch, predicts that there will be a 53 percent increase in capacity during 2005, and he says that will put a lot of pressure on pricing. A 42-inch LCD set that costs close to $4,500 today will be $3,100 next year, and $2,250 in 2006, he says.

        Tasso Koken, vice president and general merchandise manager for Sears home electronics, predicts that in 18 months, a 20-inch LCD TV from a well-known manufacturer will be under $299, down from $700 to $800 today. "The 2005 price drops in LCD will make the 2004 reductions look like a walk in the park," he said.

      • what you are posting is good for SIMG...

        price errosion means more can afford this beautiful things...

        because more can afford more will bye...

        and guess what stupid....they will all have HDMI regardless of the the technology...

      • This is EXCELLENT for SIMG's HDMI!!! More competition in the LCD market driving LCD set prices down means more and more consumers will be buying high-def sets (HDMI) at a greater rate!!! Thanks for the post! Strong Buy more than ever!

    • worst for whom? not for simg, you dope. the lower prices drop, the more sales increase. the more sales increase, the more hdmi is sold.