Hitachi's Ultra Thin range of TVs are all set for release in the UK next month, so says Comet, one of the stores that will be first to stock the slim-line sets.
There will be three LCDs released, in 32, 37 and 42in forms, each of which will measure just 39mm deep (not including the pesky, measurement-busting pedestal stand).
There's an external tuner box planned for release in October, which will deliver TV tuners plus more video inputs.
For the moment these are almost just a 'panel' – the specs we've seen so far make no mention of an on-board tuner on these sets, and the screens only boast one HDMI input.
The 32in will be a 1366 x 768 resolution panel, though supposedly capable of dealing with a 1080p/24fps content, complete with one HDMI input – other details remain sketchy on the UT32MH70E.
Both the larger sets have a 1920 x 1080, Full HD resolution, but again – so the specifications we've seen indicate – the UT37MX70E and the UT42MX70E only appear to have the one HDMI input.
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Details seem tentative (the ones we've seen had an 'n' in the HD-Ready column, which we naturally assume is wrong), but Comet seems confident that it will have the screens ready for sale some time in May.