This functional old-style Tiny TV is just bigger than a quarter

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Living room screens are continuing to get larger and larger for the average consumer. Over the years we’ve gone from relatively small but incredibly heavy boxes with screens on the front to ginormous flat panels we mount on our walls. The last time I got a new TV I could see it flex as I took it out of the box due to how thin and large it is. 

While this is all very cool, I wonder if we have gone the wrong way. What if instead of bigger screens to delight in our lounge rooms we went…

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