The last time that we discussed MiLi, it had to do with the MiLi HD unveiled at CES 2011. Now, they have the Pico Projector 2. The Pico Projector 2 is apparently fifty percent slimmer than its former model, and its battery life has been extended to about 2.
. 3D TVs seem to get bigger and bigger, but they still carry the same drawbacks: you still need glasses. And you might get a headache after watching too much. That didn’t stop Samsung from launching their biggest 3D TV yet: the 75 inch behemoth called D9500.
You know that a name like Onkyo will rarely put a foot wrong, and that is what they have just done with their latest bunch of releases for your living room, although we will only concentrate on one of them while putting thoughts of an upgraded mid-line AV receiver and an affordably-priced 3D Blu-Ray player
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BenQ has just come forth today to announce 6 brand new 3D projectors including the MX660, MS614, MS510, MX511, MX613ST and MS612ST. Unfortunately, along with the announcement BenQ did not date or price any of these projectors but they did give us a bit of insight into their specs.
. Seeing how manufacturers across the board are hopping on the 3D display boat, it’s no surprise that a whole slew of different accessory manufacturers are doing the same. Today, Sharp has announced three brand new decently priced 3D Blu-ray players set for the market.
Sharp has been doing some great tricks like a 108 inch LCD TV these days, and they have just announced three new Blu-ray players the BD-HP75U, the BD-HP35U, and the BD-HP25U. As far as I can tell, they are pretty identical as far as their features are concerned.
Sony has always tried to get a foot up in the OLED market, and they have just released more of them. These are the TRIMASTER EL broadcast quality monitors. They have 17 and 25-inch versions, and are full 1080p OLED.