HP unveiled 10 new Pavilion TVs today (four rear-projection, three plasma and three LCD models). Also announced were new Digital Entertainment Centers which will let you record and store up to 55 hours of HD programming.
The rear-projection TVs will use a technology called wobulation (HP calls it HP Visual Fidelity) by which the projected image is carefully jittered to effectively replace a single pixel with four. This will allow a 720p chip to display at the 1080p resolution.
The new TVs are expected in North America this summer.