Best of Stuff: Fujitsu goes hi-def crazy

We've already enjoyed hi-def setlists from the likes of Toshiba and Pioneer here at the Glastonbury of gadgets, but our surprise headline act on the T

We've already enjoyed hi-def setlists from the likes of Toshiba and Pioneer here at the Glastonbury of gadgets, but our surprise headline act on the TV stage is Fujitsu. Down in What Hi Fi?'s underground lair it's exclusively launched a new iconic range of 1080p flatscreens under its high-end Aviamo brand.The three-piece are so new that this has been the first time Fujitsu's marketing gurus have seen them. All three offer 1920x1080 resolution with progressive scan - the best flavour of hi-def available - which makes them prime fodder for the next year's deluge of Blu-Rays and HD-DVDs, not to a mention a certain Mr PS3. A closer lookIf you haven't paid us a visit at Best of Stuff - and, no, massive hangovers aren't a legitimate excuse - allow us to introduce you to them all individually. On the left and in the middle respectively are the 50in and 65in plasmas, which have two HDMI sockets, a built-in digital tuner and an optional stand with B&W speakers.Most impressive, though, is the 37in LCD on the right, which has the same AVM III chip and features, but has the stand integrated. The 1080p footage it was streaming from a hard-drive was, despite largely featuring pictures of fruit, very impressive, and it'll be in shops in January for around £3000. The 65in plasma will be available around the same time for about £12000, but you'll have to wait for the 50 incher - it's expected to be launched in early next summer.