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On January 10, 1977, Sinclair Radionics Ltd. announced its production of a television set that measured 4x6x1.625 inches, including a 2-inch screen, and weighed 28 ounces. The Microvision used the smallest cathode ray tube built into a commercially available product, and was the first-ever multi-standard receiver, which meant that it could be used in nearly every foreign country as long as the country used one of the three major TV standards.
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