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    watch tv and desktop at the same time

    are there any Philips LCD tvs that support the PiP or PBP technology?

    I ask because i want to be able to watch a tv channel and at the same time also see my computer desktop on screen... is this possible?

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    Hi,

    with the 21:9 you got Multiview. There you can combine HDMI + Net TV, or HDMI with TV...

    Toengel@Alex

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    the 21:9 is the high end display, what about cheaper models at 40"-42"?

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    No there is not. Only previous Philips models did that...
    (Features tend to be removed from Philips TVs as time passes by...
    2007: double tuner was removed
    2008: PIP/PAP with external source was removed
    2009?: DTS passthrough was removed
    And the list will probably get longer )

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    No there is not. Only previous Philips models did that...
    (Features tend to be removed from Philips TVs as time passes by...
    2007: double tuner was removed
    2008: PIP/PAP with external source was removed
    2009?: DTS passthrough was removed
    And the list will probably get longer )
    why are they doing so many feature removals? due to cost?
    i think ill just go get a cheaper Asian model that will prolly have sutch features!

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