AP -- When you see the picture on a flat screen T-V -- your first thought might be: I want one. The picture is stunning.
Peter Logan with the electronics retailer Crutchfield says he likes to watch people's reaction to the pictures on these T-V sets. He says many people have the same reaction: Wow!
The picture is sharp and detailed. Not unlike the picture in a movie theater.
Logan says their jaw drops even more when they look at the price tag.
A smaller flat screen T-V costs around 15-hundred bucks -- while a big screen will run as much as ten-thousand dollars.
Some of these sets have a depth of just one inch.
Logan suspects a 500 dollar flat screen T-V set won't arrive for at least another five years.