Sharp scores another first in the HDTV category with the unveiling of the Sharp Aquos DX that comes with a Blu-ray burner. The presence of a Blu-ray burner is perhaps the catch here although it also comes with a built-in TV tuner where the owners can easily record broadcasted TV shows into Blu-ray discs.
Silicon Integrated Systems announces a new HDTV processor in the SiS 217H, specifically eyeing the Tawian Broadcasting market. With most channels in Taiwan turning to HiHD terrestrial broadcasting, it seems likely that this new invention will really be something that should draw the various broadcasting stations attention.
Amazon.com has expanded its product portfolio by adding Mitsubishi 73-Inch 1080p HDTV in its TV list. Offering you a great 1920 x 1080 picture resolution, Mitsubishi 73-Inch 1080p HDTV has a front HDMI connection and three rear HDMI connections.
Sources R&D has launched wireless adapter set that allows people to view PC contents on TVs, monitors and projectors. The Wireless USB Display Adapter, to be distributed under the Warpia brand, allows users to view video, Internet content and pictures from their computer on monitors and HDTV displays without the hassle of extra cables.
All eyes are on Apple as the company is expected to come forth and finally announce an actual HDTV. This product will apparently build on their Apple TV set top box and include features like the ability to run iOS apps.
3D televisions have been gaining a ton of traction ever since high end movies like Avatar hit the scene. However, up until now many retailers and manufacturers have been charging quite a high price tag for the technology which isn’t too much of a surprise considering it’s largely still in its infancy.
Sharp is another hardware manufacturer that is expected to hit CES 2011 quite hard with their various offerings. One such offering that we’ve been notified via a large banner (pictured above) is a 70-inch Quattron HDTV from Sharp.