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December 12, 2007

LCD TV's: NEC's 65-Inch Multisync LCD6520 Series


NEC's largest LCD display yet, the 65-inch Multisync LCD6520, announced just last week, features some of the most innovative features on the market. Marketed for commercial uses, such as digital signage, this monster would be just as well-suited to your home theater. Featuring NEC's Digital Signage Technology Suite, the LCD6520 features more than 20 features specific to digital signage. It also includes an expansion slot, an important HDTV component in the rapidly evolving TV tech world, making it adaptable to emerging technologies such as IPTV.

The full HD 1920x1080 pixel display features a 2000:1 contrast ratio, a quick 6 ms response time, and NEC's Ambix+ Technology which supports both digital and analog inputs. Optional components include a digital tuner for landscape model and 15-watt speakers available next year.

Coming in two models, the LCD6520L-AV and LCD6520P-AV, priced at $18499.99 and $19999.99 respectively, NEC's new LCD is available for shipping. If of course it fits in your budget.


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November 16, 2007

LG Announces Details Regarding First 1080p LCD With Wi-Fi


LG decided to tease TVSnob's everywhere with a few details about it's new 52" 52LG71 LCD TV. The full HD box is the first 1080p set to utilize Wi-Fi. Via an 802.11 link, the LG pulls in HD content via a local wireless network meaning the TV doesn't need any separated media center or extenders to function. The company was pretty mum regarding details other than that, but it's expected that the panel will feature a 120Hz refresh rate and other state-of-the-art LG technologies. The 52LG71 will most likely be officially unveiled at the 2008 Consumer Electronic's Show in January.

Via Electronista

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November 15, 2007

Another Super-Slim High-Def Panel: 35 mm Thin Hitachi UT Series


The Hitachi UT LCD Series first announced in Japan 3 weeks ago consist of a 35 mm thin LCD monitor and separate media center consisting of a TV tuner, connectors and S-iVDR slot. The S-iVDR slot is used to record TV programs on SD/MMC cards and the media center connects to the monitor via HDMI or a wireless transmitter. 32, 37, and 42 inch models will make up the UT series with the 32 inch model available before year-end and the larger models available next year. Available in red, white, black, and blue, the UT series is the latest in a trend seeing high-def panels becoming thinner and thinner. The Sony XEL-1, has set the standard with it's 11 inch, 3 mm thin OLED TV. The UT series, which has not yet been priced, will be available in blue, black, red, and white.

Via Crave

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November 5, 2007

Get Your Kids HD-Ready With The Disney LCD TV


Are you looking to get the kids HD-ready? If you are, you'll like this Disney LCD from Uniden. The 20 inch HD-ready LCD features 720p resolution, 2 built-in 3 watt speakers, TruSurround TX and TruBass audio, 2 HDMI ports, and a cute design that you're kids will love. The Disney LCD costs the equivalent of $780, but is only available in Japan at the moment. Unless you're prepared to pay more for shipping than the price of the TV, maybe wait until next Christmas to show this one to your kids!

Via Akihabara News

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November 3, 2007

Eizo Launches Good Looking Foris HD LCD Series


Better known as a computer company, Eizo has launched a new Foris HD LCD TV series featuring 2 new LCD models. 24 and 27 inches respectively, the models feature 3 HDMI inputs, digital tuner, and full 1080p resolution. Not to mention aesthetically pleasing design. I wouldn't mind having a TV with this kind of innovative look in my home theater. The Foris HD series will be released in Japan at this point with the 24 inch model selling for the equivalent of $1478 US and the 27 inch model for $1652 US.


Via Akihabara News

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November 2, 2007

Camera Giant Polaroid To Release a 20 Inch LCD TV


Polaroid Japan, of camera fame, is set to sell a 20 inch LCD HDTV, the FLJ - 2036B, featuring HDMI, analog and digital tuners, and a 1366x728 pixel resolution. It also features a 700:1 contrast ratio, 16:9 aspect ratio, a panel response rate of 8 ms and a horribly ugly body design. Polaroid thinks it looks nice though, claiming owners will have the "luxury of a black body". Whatever that means, but I did have the Polaroid Japan site translated from Japanese! One upside of the FLJ-2036B is the price: the equivalent of $435 US. Slated for release early this month, expect it to be sold solely in Japan.

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Samsung LCD TV Prices To Drop With New Discovery?


Samsung announced yesterday that they have discovered how to make LCD panels from ordinary glass plates, dramatically slashing the cost of production. The big question for consumers is whether this cost-savings will translate into price reductions on Samsung LCD HDTV's.

LCD's are usually made with non-alkaline glass that is resistant to the high temperatures and chemicals used in the production process. The new discovery uses soda-lime glass and a much lower temperature meaning less risk of color change. This is the reasoning behind the use of high quality glass in the current production process.

Research company DisplaySearch estimates that the new production process would lower the average price of a 32 inch LCD display by 6%, not a huge difference in the consumer's pocket but definitely a huge competitive advantage for Samsung. The process won't be ready for use in mass production for 4-5 years, by which time OLED displays will play an important role in the HDTV market and offer a better picture quality, so it remains to see whether this is a big discovery or not.

Via Register Hardware

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November 1, 2007

Coast Spa's LCD Home Theater Hot Tub


Check out the Extreme hot tub from Coast Spas, featuring a 17 inch LCD TV, Sony stereo sound system, DVD player and 8 seats for you and all of your friends. Also has LED headrests, towel warmers, and funky underwater lights. And it only costs a whopping $16000! Black Friday at Coast Spas anyone?

Via Gizmodo

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October 30, 2007

Hands-On Review Of Samsung LN-T4081F LED-Backlit 40" LCD TV


HD Guru has an exclusive first review of Samsung's LN-T4081F LED-backlit LCD TV. Measuring in a 40" and priced at $2999.99, the T4081 provides the "highest LCD panel motion resolution ever measured, accurate color and the best black levels and dynamic rated contrast ratio (would you believe 500,000:1) of any flat panel". The guru recommends this set as a definite buy.

Via HD Guru

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Sharp To Release Hybrid LCD Sets: The Aquos P Series


Sharp will be releasing the Aquos P hybrid LCD series November 22 in Japan. The hybrids are designed to either be used for high-def television viewing or as a computer monitor. To be released in 22", 26" and 32" sets, all three sizes feature full 1080p HD resolution through either DVI, VGA, or one of the two available HDMI inputs. An interesting feature is the picture-in-picture mode which lets the user keep tabs on a TV show while using the the computer! One difference between the models is the contrast ratio which varies from 1200:1 to 2000:1 from the smallest to largest set respectively. This is definitely a product I could use. Sit and blog while watching the newest CSI episode...that's the life!

Via Electronista

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