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LG Releases Two New 3D HDTVs For South Korea

Posted in LG by Reuben Drake on August 2nd, 2011

LG has finally released the 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800 3D HDTVs in the South Korean market. Both are ultra slim HDTVs and feature full LED technology, LG’s True Motion 480Hz and passive 3D glasses for all of your 3D viewing needs.

These 3D HDTVs also support LG’s Magic-Motion remote control, LG’s Smart Board, a web browser and Wi-Fi, so that you can stream media from your smartphone or computer wirelessly to your TV. No info on pricing yet though.

Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 HDTV With Power Saving Button

Posted in Toshiba by Reuben Drake on July 22nd, 2011

The Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 will be released in Japan in September and features a 1,366×768 IPS panel with a 1,100:1 contrast ratio, a digital TV tuner and USB recording features.

Those are interesting, but the standout feature of the Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 is a Power Saving button on the remote that is capable of reducing the TV’s brightness up to 75% without image quality loss. That will save some power. The Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 HDTV is priced at around $826.

LG MX235D Cinema 3D HDTV

Posted in LG by Reuben Drake on June 28th, 2011

LG has announced the availability of the MX235D Cinema 3D TV/monitor in South Korea. And as usual this news is accompanied by a beautiful Asian model. Try not to let her distract you too much.

This 23-inch Full HDTV comes with a pair of 5W speakers, a USB port, MP3 file support and on-board 2D to 3D conversion. Those living in South Korea can purchase the LG MX235D Cinema 3D HDTV for 480,000 Won (about $443).

Mitsubishi HDTV with built-in Blu-ray and hard disk recorder

Posted in Mitsubishi by Conner Flynn on June 27th, 2011

Most of us have many separate components for our home theater setup, but some prefer the convenience of having everything in a single device to keep things tidy. Mitsubishi has answered the call with an all-in-one system that consists of an HDTV that comes with a built-in Blu-ray and hard disk recorder, among other features.

The REAL LCD-22BLR500 is an all-in-one package 22-inch HD television set that comes with a digital TV tuner, a Blu-ray recorder that features a 500GB hard disk and support for AVCREC.

Westinghouse announces its first 3D HDTV

Posted in Western Digital by Conner Flynn on June 19th, 2011

Westinghouse is now finally ready for 3D, with the 47-inch W47S2TCD. It comes with four included pairs of 3D glasses, a passive 1080p 3D display, 3:2 pulldown, three-way selectable color temperature, and a backlight enhancement tool called DayBright.

But that’s not all. They are also unveiling five other TVs and one of them is a connected TV: the 46-inch WC-4625T which has access to Netflix and Vudu. The 47-inch 3D TV will be available at Best Buy, Costco, and Target for $1199.

Samsung unveils 75-inch D9500 3D LCD HDTV

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2011

Samsung has now gone one better than LG’s 72-inch LZ9700, which was previously the world’s largest LED-backlit 3D LCD HDTV, but it is now beaten by the Samsung 75-inch D9500. Aside from being huge, the TV also has some nice features too, like a QWERTY integrated remote so you can use this 240Hz display for browsing the internet.

Samsung is using active shutter 3D technology with this one too, with a price of ₩19,000,000 ($17,600). Nice if you can afford it.

Is Apple releasing an HDTV this year?

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2011

According to a report, Apple could launch an Internet-connected high-definition television set by the end of 2011, expanding into the $100 billion LCD TV market. Analyst Brian White with Ticonderoga Securities said in a note to investors that he picked up “data points” that point toward a “Smart TV” launch by Apple, possibly as soon as by the end of this year.

If Apple does want into this market, (which seems inevitable) will an Apple HDTV take the world by storm like their other products? Maybe. It could be paired with a subscription service to iTunes, allowing users to access content and services at a flat subscription rate so that a cable box and digital video recorder will no longer be needed. That would make a lot of folks happy.

Mitsubishi REAL BHR500 HDTVs

Posted in Mitsubishi by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2011

Mitsubishi has announced the new REAL BHR500 entry-level HDTVs, which come equipped with a built in Blu-ray disc player and recorder, as well as a 500GB hard disk drive. They also support digital TV tuners, a USB slot, an SD card slot and an Ethernet port.

The REAL BHR500 series will come in 4 different sizes, with four different prices. The 40-inch and 46-inch models feature a full HD (1080p) resolution Diamond 120Hz Panel, while the smaller 26-inch and 32-inch models only support 1366 x 728 LCD 120Hz panels. The Mitsubishi REAL BHR500 HDTVs cost between $1,643 and $3,286.

Toshiba 55ZL1 HDTV

Posted in Toshiba by Reuben Drake on April 6th, 2011

Toshiba has announced details and a release date for its new flagship 55ZL1 HDTV. It is the first model powered by the new CEVO-ENGINE, which replaces the company’s Cell-powered models. The CEVO-ENGINE is a stack of Cell multicore processors in a seven-core processing unit that provides the muscle for the various features like 2D to 3D conversion, 3D depth control, HDD video recording, Auto Calibration, and even a face recognition feature that will identify you and switch to your personal settings.

Channel lists can be personalized and Toshiba says a new Auto Calibration feature in the 55ZL1 uses a color-analyzer approach to optimize the settings and display movies with the same colors and gray scale intended by the movie’s director. The 55″ model will be available in Europe this May.

Sharp ships four new LE380 Series Aquos Quattron HDTVs

Posted in Sharp by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2011

Sharp has unveiled the LE830 series for its Aquos Quattron HDTV lineup which includes models in 60, 53, 46 and 40 inches. All four come equipped with integrated Wi-Fi and have access to CinemaNow, Netflix and Vudu services.

They also sport the company’s proprietary quad-pixel technology which adds yellow pixels for deeper and brighter colors, making the HDTV brighter overall. It’s also DLNA certified so you can stream content from home networks and it has four HDMI ports. These are pretty nice looking since they are mostly screen.

Mitsubishi focuses on larger LCD HDTVs

Posted in Mitsubishi by Conner Flynn on March 20th, 2011

Mitsubishi is downsizing their LCD HDTV market, by shifting the focus to larger sizes. The Japanese company will close some offices and leave the LCD TV business entirely. As the only company still selling rear projection sets to consumers, the plan is to focus on selling DLP and Laservue TVs in sizes above 73-inches where its flat panel competitors rarely reach.

Aside from that, they will continue to sell projectors, display walls, printers and large public display screens to other companies. Seems like a smart decision since the market is crowded.

Samsung HDTVs getting updated version of the Netflix Watch Instantly interface

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on February 12th, 2011

Those of us with a PS3 have had the new Netflix interface for a while,but now Samsung HDTVs are getting the updated version of the Netflix Watch Instantly interface. The latest interface appeared after a firmware upgrade on a UN46C6500 LCD HDTV.

Now you can search through Netflix’s catalog directly on the device, but you still won’t be able to add DVDs to your queue. There’s no official word on this yet, so it might be a test phase or a slow rollout, so it might not appear right away.

Samsung’s HDTV-based app store passes two million downloads

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2011

Reaching two million downloads in a year is quite a feat when you are talking about apps from a TV maker and it’s the largest number we’ve seen from a TV maker as well. Today Samsung’s app store is available in over 120 countries and features roughly 380 applications, 259 of which are totally free.

It also helps that they have already sold tons of Smart TVs and plan to ship 12 million more in 2011 alone. Samsung definitely has a good thing going here.

VIZIO unveils Cinemawide HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

VIZIO wants to redefine the “Home Theatre” in your living room with their Cinemawide HDTV LED LCDs. They are available in two sizes, 50″ and 58″ and will feature a 21:9 Cinema aspect ratio that can display native 2.35: 1 “CinemaScope” movies without any black bars for a true cinematic experience.

The TVs also feature VIZIO Internet Apps (VIA) in Cinema mode which will allow you to have browser apps side-by-side with 16:9 Full HD content. These are also Edge Lit Razor LED HDTVs with Smart Dimming and are capable of displaying 3D content with battery-free, lightweight glasses.

LG bringing world’s largest LED-backlit 3D LCD HDTV to CES

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2010

LG has just announced that it will be bringing the world’s largest LED-backlit 3D LCD HDTV to CES 2011 next week. The LZ9700 handles both 2D and 3D content and also offers TruMotion 400Hz. It also comes with the company’s Smart TV functions, giving you access to TV apps, games, language classes, and more.

There’s no mention of price just yet, but it will be available in early 2011 to be large and in charge in your living room.