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Greg Neft, KSL Newsradio A really big TV is making its Salt Lake debut.
For people who think their 42-inch HDTV is big, that's nothing. "It's a 103-inch TV. It's roughly the size of a queen size bed," explained Judd Hancock with Panasonic.
Hancock says it's the world's largest plasma screen and it's not cheap. MSRP on the TV is $70,000.
Unfortunately, the price isn't expected to go down after the Christmas season, but at least the public has the chance to see it. It's on display at the Murray RC Willey parking lot until Saturday.