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There¯¯¯s no doubt there are plenty of televisions to ogle at Consumer Electronics Show 2014. Models as large as 120 inches are being announced with picture quality and price tags that are equally jaw-dropping. But nearly every new feature: curved screens (including models that can sit flat but literally be curved via remote control!), wider aspect ratios, and additional pixels solve problems few of us knew we had. The television industry has just come off what will be remembered as its heyday: Across the developed world, hundreds of millions of old, analog CRT sets were replaced with digital flat panels. At the same time, emerging economies were undergoing rapid growth and many there bought TVs with with newfound prosperity. Both trends are over, the industry¯¯¯s casualty count isn¯¯¯t.
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