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By Scott Thompson

The new Panasonic 85" plasma screen has just been released and PSCo has taken on the distribution.

This aims to fit the gap between the 65" and 103" screens and is pitched at boardrooms, reception areas and retail outlets. Stuart Holmes, managing director at PSCo, comments: "Having been involved with the 103" plasma launch onto the market, our service has been developed to compliment big screen technology including specially designed flight case, brackets and lifting equipment. We have more experience than anyone else in moving and installing large format screens in the UK and this year we have averaged four 103" installs per week across 2009 for both temporary and permanent solutions."



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