Live from Berlin: Loewe TVs get personal
Throughout today Stuff will be reporting live from the IFA gadget show in Berlin
So the flat telly's finally entered the era of iPod-style modding.
We've just been oggling Loewe's gorgeous new Individual range of 26 and 32in LCD TVs and reckon we've seen the future for flat tellies: personalisation.
In a sea of silver and black screens, Loewe's custom range stands out - some are mounted on Pole Dancing-type poles while others are finished with bright orange or faux wood side panels. It sounds garish, but the designs are actually pretty good.
Both the 26 and 32 inch versions are HD-ready and have built-in digital tuners so you can enjoy the joys of The Mighty Boosh on Freeview. The High-Def pictures we've seen today are incredible - the viewing angle seems particularly impressive. Handy for those Homer moments when everyone you know comes round to watch the footie.
They're out later this month for prices that are currently TBC. In the meantime, have a play with the LOEWE 'Configurator'.
First TV with a High Def tuner
Loewe's also been showing off a prototype television with a built-in high definition tuner. Due to the HD situation in the UK - 2006 set-top boxes from Sky or Telewest - we're unlikely to see it any time soon. Still, it paves the way for a future when we'll finally be able to stop mucking around with set-top boxes.