TV Cubed

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A university in Japan has come up with this: if you’re wondering what you’re looking at, it’s a TV, but instead of having that ugly plastic back like most TVs, this TV, dubbed the Z-agon cube TV, boasts six plasma screens. Each screen allows users to watch different channels, so you can kiss goodbye to ritual of arguing which channels to watch (as if hard drive PVR boxes didn’t help enough). The cube also comes with built in cameras, allowing for video chatting and a 2.5 inch mini-model is in the works.

The cube was developed by KEIO University in Japan, and has not been picked up by a manufacturer yet.

Chris Cornwell