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LG reveals 32-inch plasma television

Posted in LG,Plasma,Television by Nino Marchetti on October 24th, 2007

LG 32PC5RVLG recently introduced to the global stage a smaller plasma television as it tries to target price-focused shoppers. The new 32PC5RV is available in Brazil right now and should hit other markets, including North America, in November.

The LG 32PC5RV sports a 32-inch plasma television designed to compete against 32-inch LCD televisions. It has a 16:9 aspect ratio screen and a 0.001ms response time. HDMI and component ports let one connect the flat panel display to a DVD player or home theater.

Chief CM7 flat panel mount offers remote control

Posted in Television by Nino Marchetti on October 18th, 2007

Chief CM7Here’s another one of those CE accessories you don’t think about but will probably want if you are a flat panel television fan who likes to mount his or her display. The new Chief CM7 flat panel automated swing arm should be available now.

The Chief CM7 is designed to work with 40-63” flat panel TVs weighing up to 180 lbs and controlled by a remote control. One presets the mount to limit movement of the arm relative to flat panel size before mounting the television in a low profile solution. It is designed to extended up to one foot from the wall, swiveling left or right while providing automated tilt for better viewing.

Best Buy says bye-bye to analog TVs

Posted in News,Television by Nino Marchetti on October 17th, 2007

analog-tv.jpgHow do you know the analog television era is truly coming to an end? When retailers announce publicly they are no longer going to carry these products on store shelves. Such is the case with an announcement today from Best Buy.

Best Buy, the largest CE retailer across the land, has “pulled all remaining analog television products from store shelves and will only sell digital video tuners in the future.” It will also take part in a national coupon program to help people purchase digital converter boxes for existing analog televisions.

You can probably surf using this channel surfer

Posted in Concepts,Remotes,Television by Chetz on October 5th, 2007

Art Lebedev Pultius 102-channel TV remote control designI’m not sure whether this is the most ridiculous thing to come out of Art Lebedev design studio ever or it’s meant to be taken lighthearted, but here is their design for a 102-channels button remote control for your couch potato lifestyle. I’m guessing that the idea behind the Pultius TV remote control is to make it easier for you to go to channel 296 by pressing the “200″ button first followed by the “96″ button, a whole savings of half-a-second of your life by eliminating pressing a third button.

Sony reveals 3mm thick XEL-1 OLED TV

Posted in News,OLED,Sony,Television by Darrin Olson on October 1st, 2007

Sony XEL-1 is a 3mm 11-inch OLED TVIt looks like Sony has come through on those OLED TV’s they’ve been touting since as far back as January. Today the company has finally unveiled information on the release of these super-slim televisions boasting 1,000,000:1 contrast.

That 3mm truly makes this new OLED from Sony the thinnest TV/monitor thing going (and probably the most fragile). Sony says the XEL-1 OLED TV with an 11-inch display will be available in Japan on December 1 going for about $1700. The new XEL-1 will have a built-in tuner, 960 x 450 resolution, HDMI input as well as USB and ethernet, two 1W built-in speakers and measures 287 × 140 × 253mm.

Sling Media rolls out new Slingbox

Posted in Set Top Boxes,Sling Media,Television by Nino Marchetti on September 27th, 2007

Slingbox SOLOSling Media today formally took the wraps off its latest device for streaming home video to remote locations. The Slingbox SOLO is priced at around $180 and should be available now.

The Slingbox SOLO is a newly designed Slingbox which connects to a standard definition or high definition set top box such as a cable box or TiVo. It takes the home cable, satellite or digital video recorder (DVR) programming from these devices and streams it over the Internet to authorized PCs, laptops, Macs and a variety of smartphones. Streaming is reported to be in full VGA resolution at up to 8Mbps around the home.

Runco preparing to ship 103-inch plasma

Posted in Plasma,Runco,Television by Nino Marchetti on September 14th, 2007

Runco XP-103DHDThe desire to have the ultimate home theater room can sometimes overwhlem a budget, but for those with the cash the products exist to make your movie watching dreams come true. One product trying to fit this mold is the Runco CinemaWall XP-103DHD, a 103-inch 1080p plasma display recently announced which will be available in December for around $100,000.

The Runco XP-103DHD offers up 1920 x 1080 resolution as well as DVI with HDCP and RS-232 inputs. It also includes a DHD digital controller with inputs and switching that hosts an advanced digital video processor. This controller also offers high-end aspect ratio control and the ability to convert 4:3 video to the 16:9 of the display.

Epoq IN-VISIONs spalshproof flat panel TVs

Posted in Epoq,Television by Nino Marchetti on September 7th, 2007

Epoq IN-VISIONEpoq – that CE company which sells cheap portable media players and MP4 watches online – started bragging recently about a new line of televisions which are supposedly waterproof. There’s no word on availability or pricing as of yet.

The Epoq line of IN-VISION televisions and displays are designed to be used around pools and in your bathroom. They are said to be capable of withstanding high humidity, splash and short term submersion in water. They are typical flat panel style screens which incorporate heated screen areas to prevent the front misting up in humid conditions. Sizes range from 5”, 8”, 9.2”, 10.4” and 15”, while widescreen models come in 17”, 19”, 20”, 26” and 32”.

Homer Simpson Shower Radio

Posted in Radio,Shower,Simpsons,Waterproof by Darrin Olson on August 20th, 2007

Homer Simpson shower radioWhat, you ask, could be better than a radio shaped like Homer Simpson’s head? It would have to be a shower radio shaped like Homer Simpson’s head, no less. What’s also better about this model is that it’s a talking Homer Simpson radio that will say one of six shower-related phrases when you press his ear. So now you can have Homer with you in the shower, too. How cool is that?!?

Homer’s right eye controls tuning in the AM or FM stations and the left controls the volume with the speaker appropriately at his mouth. With a hook to hang over the shower head the Homer radio is of course water resistant and is powered by three AAA batteries. retailing for $39.95.

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Homer Simpson Head Radio

Posted in Radio,Simpsons by Reuben Drake on August 18th, 2007

Homer Simpson head radioThe Simpsons merchandising marches on strong with this Homer Head Radio from the SimpsonsShop. It really has no special features other than being a standard AM/FM receiver with built-in speakers. (We were hoping for some sort of Homer sounds clips.)

The Homer radio measures 9.75” X 6” X 5.5” and runs off of 2 AA batteries, making a great addition to ultimate Simpsons fan collection. The Homer Simpson Head Radio is priced at $29.99.

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AverTV Hybrid ExpressCard

Posted in HD,Notebooks,Television by Nino Marchetti on August 3rd, 2007

AVerTV Hybrid ExpressCardThe flexibility of the ExpressCard port on laptops is well noted for the variety of cards you can shove into it. AverMedia is now adding to this variety with the new availability of the AverTV Hybrid ExpressCard for around $130.

The AverTV Hybrid ExpressCard is a card based TV tuner which does double duty to let one view both analog and ATSC television programming. The card, with on-board hardware compression for taking some load off of the host laptop, also lets you record programming through its interface. You’ll be able to enjoy, says AverMedia, over-the-air and coax analog as well as over-the-air HDTV.

Simpsons Movie Soundtrack in a Donut Case

Posted in Simpsons by Reuben Drake on July 17th, 2007

Simpsons Limited Edition Soundtrack in a donut caseFox is putting out this limited edition soundtrack for the upcoming Simpsons movie with the disc housed in a pink frosted plastic donut that would meet approval (and likely be eaten) by Homer himself. The disc contains the complete soundtrack of the move composed by Hans Zimmer, and is available for pre-order now through Amazon for $22.99. The donut-encased Simpsons movie soundtrack will ship on July 31st.

Be a Couch PC Potato with Buffalo’s Kone

Posted in Buffalo,Television,USB by Chetz on July 12th, 2007

buffalo_dh-koneLet’s say that you want to watch the latest episode of “Lost” as it’s being broadcast and not have to resort to downloading the episode later on. Your sense of morals can rest easy when you have Buffalo’s DH-KONE/U2S USB 2.0 television tuner affixed to your machine!

The DH-KONE plugs into one of your computer’s USB ports. You can put it on the side of any metal wall and it will cling to it thanks to the unit’s magnetic bottom (if you don’t like that idea you can use the suction cup base.) While you’re watching Jack and Sawyer fighting over Kate, you can have the tuner look for other info about the episode, later programming schedules or the latest headlines or weather. You can also watch and record another program at the same time.

Buffalo’s DH-KONE will be available to Japanese consumers near the end of the month …

New Brighter NEC MultiSync LCD’s

Posted in LCD,NEC,Television by Nino Marchetti on June 15th, 2007

NEC MultiSunc LCD4010 AV LCD televisionNEC is out today with some new and thin large screen LCD displays for commercial applications (though we imagine you could use them at home as well). Meet the NEC MultiSync LCD4020 and LCD4620, both available this month.

The MultiSync LCD4020 and LCD4620 sport 40-inch and 46-inch screens respectively. NEC is saying one big upgrade in this series is its new CV12 pixel technology. It makes use of chevron-shaped pixels to reportedly deliver twice the contrast of comparable panel displays while also increasing brightness and viewing angles. Exciting (maybe).

Beyond this CV12 tech you get some other interesting features out of these two monitors. These include 1366 x 768 resolution with a 1200:1 contrast ratio, 10-millisecond response time, an expansion slot for an optional HDTV tuner or future technology components and support for a variety of digital and analog inputs.

NEC MultiSync LCD4020 and …

JVC 110-inch HDTV – World’s Largest

Posted in HDTV,JVC,Television by Nino Marchetti on June 8th, 2007

JVC HD-110MH80 110 inch HDTVJVC has unveiled what may well be the world’s largest HD television. Though you may never be able to move it due to its 730 pound weight (!) you’ll still probably get tons of jaw-dropping looks watching the 110-inch HD-110MH80.

This monster of an HDTV, though not as big as this 200-inch projection television showing off a PlayStation 3, brings its 1920 x 1080, rear projection experience up close and personal. One thing JVC seems to be making a big deal about with this television is its 110V type large picture. This is apparently the same electric power consumption as a 37V type liquid crystal television.

world’s largest HDTV from JVCYou of course get all your other standard HDTV offerings like onscreen program guides, built-in speakers, component video input, broadband connectivity and also two HDMI inputs. The HD-110MH80 also looks to …