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August 20, 2007

Hannspree Time Square LCD Tells Time, Temperature, and Humidity

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This post might be better for our sister site Weather Snob, but if you're looking for an LCD TV with a built-in clock, thermometer and hygrometer, whose dials swing open to reveal speakers, then look no further young shopper.

There's a four-in-one A/V connection (Composite, S-Video, Audio Input and Headphone Jack) and remote control. Maybe this is the perfect TV for the weather obsessed or someone who wants both analog and digital devices living in harmony.

Via Gizmodo at HANNSPREE Timesquare 12.1

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August 15, 2007

MirrorTV - A Computer And HDTV on Your Wall

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Mirror Media has been manufacturing mirrors that also function as TVs for some time now, and this time the company has taken one step further by combining its previous efforts with a built-in computer. The MirrorTV can be combined with a built-in fully compatible multimedia computer, so you can access web or email, run PowerPoint presentations and corporate videos and store and play MP3 audio or MPEG video files. It can be controlled or updated via the internet, WAN or intranet and with an integrated wireless LAN it doesn't even need to be plugged in.

We wish it was a mac and not a windows computer, but if you need to you can always buy one of their older sets and hook it up to your Mac Mini.

At Mirror Media via Ubergizmo

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August 13, 2007

Philips Aurea, the Luxury Ambilight for TV Snobs

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We love the Philips Ambilight technology and finally they have pushed it to the extreme. The new Aurea televisions are a more aggressive take on ambient television lighting. Fully LED back-lit, the Aureas will actually glow through the case border, creating a dynamic frame effect. Also they've improved the sound to minimize visible speaker components - the Aurea uses 26 tiny drivers as opposed to larger speakers. The new Philips Ambilight sets offer 1080p resolution with 8000:1 dynamic contrast and increased refresh rates. The 42" 42PFL9900D will cost nearly $7000 bucks when it's released in September. Can't wait to see them and we can't wait to light up our TV viewing in style.

At tuexperto via Gizmodo

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July 26, 2007

Step Up to 1080p with the Samsung LNT4665F 46" 1080p LCD HDTV

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If you're looking for a FULL HD Set (1080p), then you'll love this LCD TV from Samsung. The Samsung LNT4665F 46" 1080p LCD HDTV has 15000:1 dynamic contrast ration and a resolution of 1920x1080. You'll get 3 HDMI ports with this bad boy, and it's also a whopping 46" for just over $2200. The Samsung LNT4665F also features the Samsung Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe) Video Enhancer, that refines all analog NTSC and wideband video inputs for an overall improvement in picture quality. We recently had a look at this set at a local shop and we also really liked the clean black frame of the screen.

At Samsung LNT4665F 46" 1080p LCD HDTV

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July 24, 2007

Get Full HD with the Sony KDL-40V2500 40 inch Bravia V-Series 1080p LCD HDTV

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You're going to get Full HD at 1920 x 1080 panel Resolution with over 2 million pixels with this Sony. The Sony KDL-40V2500 40" Bravia V-Series 1080p LCD HDTV uses Sony's Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE), and builds a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of up to 7000:1 achieved by using real-time image processing. We like the PC input (HD-15-pin) and the 2x HDMI inputs. Plus, we hear the sound is quite excellent on this set.

At Sony KDL-40V2500 40" Bravia V-Series 1080p LCD HDTV

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May 24, 2007

Ultimate LCD TV Protection for Klutzy Wii Owners

If you're one of those unfortunate types who has a habit of flinging your Wii remote through your $2000 LCD TV, you might want to check out a new LCD Safety Shield from a Taiwanese company called LCDArm. According to Gearlog.com:

The Safety Shield fits 30-46" screens. Need more features for this super-sexy TV sneezeguard? Straight from the PR pitch's mouth:
  • 1. Protection strong impacted resistance.
  • 2. Light transmissive rate over 98%
  • 3. Invisible frame and transparency
  • 4. Protect Panel from scratches and dust.
  • 5. Reduces ultraviolet (UV) rays and health to human eyes ->option

Wow! That's about as sexy as the plastic cover on your $2500 leather couch. Oh well, what's a klutz to do? No details on availability or pricing.

At Gearlog.com

LCDarm's Website

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January 17, 2007

Vizio 32" HD LCD TV

The Vizio L32 widescreen 32-inch LCD TV offers an HDTV display capability at 720p and 1080i, allowing you to enjoy high-definition content broadcast in either format. What do we like about this TV - it's amazing for gaming. Yep gaming. We've been using the 32" Vizio for quite some time with our XBOX 360 Core system and Gears of War looks stunning. Bang for your buck - this is a great set to have and affordable at just over $600 bucks.

At Vizio L32 32" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV

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September 7, 2006

Samsung Releases a 40" LCD TV with LED Backlight Technology

One of the downsides to LCD TVs (or any flat panel for that matter) has to be that unless you're sitting directly in front of the TV, you may experience some screen "darkness". Of course we're seeing more manufacturers trying to solve that problem by adding backlights to LCDs. Samsung has just introduced a 40" LED Backlit TV and according to the press release:

Samsung announced the release of a 40" LCD TV with high powered LED Backlight technology, which received Europe's prestigious "Innovation Award" from the EISA (European Image and Sound Association) for its superb features including LED light source, 146% wide colour gamut and industry leading contrast ratio (10,000:1).

At the same time, 40" and 46" LCD models that support full HD resolution (1920x1080p) - double the previous best HD performance (1366x768, 1080i) - and provide high contrast (6000:1) are also introduced.

The new 40" with LED light source realises far richer colour reproduction, based on a wide colour gamut that is 46% improved from previous models and enables unprecedented sound volume. High Dynamic Contrast Ratio, Samsung's proprietary technology, provides deeper and more refined images with the highest contrast in the industry.

The LED LCD TV also brings a new level to the clarity of moving images, based on Samsung's exclusive LCD 100 Hz video quality enhancement technology. A TV screen displays about 50 frames per second, which can create drag in fast-moving videos. Samsung's LCD 100 Hz inserts a frame between each two frames, considerably reducing motion blur. The inserted frame maintains the detailed motion characteristic of the video, and goes through motion estimation and compensation processing. Therefore, compared to a mere duplication and insertion of frames, more natural motion can be realised without undermining other characteristics such as clarity, brightness and colour.

Very nice! Of course there's no pricing or availabilty information yet but we'll keep you posted.

At Samsung.com

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August 23, 2006

First Look - Oppo Digital LT-2007 LCD TV with DVD

For those of you heading back to school and looking for some compact entertainment equipment, be sure to check out the Oppo LT-2007 LCD TV with DVD. According to MobileWhack.com:

The LT is great for any gamer or editor with its capability of outputting Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound via a digital audio output connection, two built in 3 watt speakers housed in the base, headphone output, analog stereo output, composite and S-Video inputs for sources such as VCRs and Camcorders, and a VGA input for use as a computer or game monitor. Its USB interface feature for flash memory or external device expandability, allows the playback of digital photos directly from a Digital camera or Digital Camera Memory.

The LT specs form an 800 x 600 native pixel resolution, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 4:3 aspect ratio, with an on board 181-channel Cable Ready Analog NTSC tuner with automatic station searching and fine tuning.

Not a bad deal for under $600. Be sure to check out Oppo's Website for more details.

At MobileWhack.com

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August 21, 2006

Samsung Announces 70-inch LCD TV

We've seen Plasma TVs growing in size so it's only natural that bigger LCD TVs are starting to pop-up. Samsung has a big honkin' LCD coming soon according to EETimes.com:

Samsung said it will unveil the 70-inch LCD HDTV at the International Meeting on Information Displays 2006, which opens in Daegu, South Korea, on Wednesday (Aug. 23).

Samsung's latest LCD panel features full HD resolution (1920 by 1080 pixels) and a conical viewing angle of 180 degrees. In addition, the panel's video signal is reproduced at 120 Hz, compared to a 60-Hz signal for conventional full HD LCD panels, enabling clearer reproduction of fast-moving video images.

The new LCD also delivers 600 nit brightness and a contrast ratio of 2,000:1, supporting 1.07 billion colors.

Of course there's no pricing on this monster yet but it ain't going to be cheap. We'll let you know more details when we get them.

At EETimes.com

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