television

Bang & Olufsen announce new 85 inch 3D plasma


Bang & Olufsen, the Danish TV and electronics maker, is known for making very high end, very expensive TVs, stereos, phones and what not. Their newest product falls into that category: a new TV called the BeoVision 4-85, which is an 85 inch plasma TV capable of 3D projection and Full HD at the same time. read more…

Mistubishi unveils the 5″ WVGA color TFT LCD module

I believe that we focused on Mitsubishi before, and how they are not going to do LCD screens anymore, and planning to focus on really big screens. Apparently, that big screen rule does not apply to the Mitsubishi HC9000D 3D Home Theater Projector, nor does it apply to this 5″ WVGA color TFT LCD module. read more…

Panasonic TC-L42D2 LED Television Review-A Better Bargain On Newer Hardware

For those of you who thought the Panasonic Viera TC-L42D30 we reviewed earlier in the week was a poor value, you’ll be happy to know that we’ve got something a little better for you to close out the week–its spiritual and technological predecessor, the Panasonic Viera TC-L42D2. read more…

Apple to Release HDTV?

Apple is without a doubt one of the most recognizable tech companies in the world. Of their products, their line up of Mac computers, smartphones and MP3 players have been gaining a ton of traction over the years. read more…

Sharp reveals new 70 inch LCD TV

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The bigger, the better, right? Well, when it comes to TVs, anyways, that notion usually rings true. Now Sharp has revealed the biggest LDC they’ve ever made: the 70 inch LC-70LE732U, which also becomes the largest LDC TV on the market today, with most of its competitors barely breaking the 60″ barrier. read more…

Sony Bravia KDL40HX800 LED Television Review-Unimpressive Sub-Thousand LED

We’ve got a nice new Sony to check out today, an impressive piece of LED hardware. It’s the Sony Bravia KDL40HX800, and it will put on a great show for you. It may well be part of the smallest of the big screen lineup, but it will still bring out plenty of features and some great longevity to boot. read more…

Apple reveals new Final Cut Pro X


Apple has been rumored to reveal a brand new version of its Final Cut Pro editing suite at this year’s NAB, and they’ve done just that. Called Final Cut Pro X, it will offer full 64 bit support (meaning it can finally utilize more than 4GB of RAM), will have several new features like background rendering, support for 4K resolution, will offer image stabilization, and it’ll scale on multi-core systems – anywhere from a Macbook to an 8 core Mac Pro. read more…

RCA starts a line of portable hybrid televisions

We all know that RCA puts out a lot of terrific TVs like the RCA RTD615i Home Theater System, RCA RTD316Wi Home Theater System, and RCA RTB1100 Home Theater System.

RCA has recently announced some portable hybrid televisions at CES but are $10 higher than the prices announced last January. read more…

Panasonic Viera TC-L42D30 LED Television Review-Pricey For What You Get

Today we’ve got the Panasonic Viera TC-L42D30 on tap, and it’s going to do a pretty nice job of handling your viewing needs, the only problem is that it’s not going to represent a really good value for what you get. read more…

Panasonics new 3D camera will be used by NASA


Japanese electronics maker Panasonic has just announced a new 3D camcorder, the AG-3DA1, which is capable of shooting 3D video through twin lenses and dual 3MOS sensors. The camera can record 3D in 1080p full HD. read more…

LG introduces 47 inch transparent LCD-IPS displays

Some of you might remember the other day when we reported that Samsung is planning on mass producing some 22-inch panel TVs that are transparent. I don’t think that LG is really stealing a page from the Samsung playbook, but they do have a similar product that is transparent like their 15-inch AMOLED display. read more…

Samsung UN55D8000 LED Television Review-Impressive 3D

There’s nothing quite like a huge LED television to put some punch in your home theater. You don’t get too much bigger than the fifty five inch models unless you go full projector, and even then, many projectors won’t tackle 3D the way a big LED television would. read more…

Mitsubishi to release HC9000D 3D Home Theater Projector

I believe that Mitsubishi is not going to do LCD screens anymore, and planning to focus on really big screens.

Apparently, they are still going to do projectors. This is Mitsubishi’s new 3D home theater projector, and it can also do 2D images as well. read more…

Toshiba 2011 HDTVs and their features

In spite of what I am hearing about Toshiba and the damage to the company due to the earthquake and tsunami, Toshiba is putting out a lot of interesting HDTVs.

I’m not talking about the Toshiba 40E210 LCD Television, but Toshiba highlighted some of their latest and greatest at an event in Rome which revealed TVs and laptops tied into Toshiba Places, which sorts out access to different types of apps, for video, social networking, music and more. read more…

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