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Toshiba UX600 series HDTVs certified Windows 7 compatible

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on April 2nd, 2010

Here’s something different. Have you been looking for a Windows 7 certified 55-inch TV? Toshiba thinks so. Their 120Hz UX600 series is the first HDTV on the market to get official Microsoft certification, largely due to DLNA support over Ethernet or WiFi.

The logo lets you know it’s a Windows TV so that the average consumer know what he/she is buying if they are looking to stream media to the living room. Hopefully no Blue screens of death here.

Skype does 720p, makes the leap to LG and Panasonic HDTVs

Posted in Skype by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

Skype has some interesting news: Looks like they are all about better video quality, with new HD webcams and software support. Even bigger news is that they’re teaming up with LG and Panasonic for Skype-enabled HDTVs. Yes skype will now be starring on HDTVs.

Skype 4.2 beta can achieve video quality of 1280 x 720 resolution at 30fps. There’s also a line of HD webcams with video encoding and processing onboard. There are two versions from each manufacturer: FaceVision has one with and one without a microphone for $100 and $70. In Store has the Freetalk Pro for $120 and the Freetalk Pro Plus for $140.

VUDU brings Pandora, Picasa and Flickr to connected HDTVs, more apps coming soon

Posted in VUDU by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2009

VUDU brings Pandora, Picasa and Flickr to connected HDTVs, more apps coming soonWait. I thought HDTVs were all about watching actual TV. Well, VUDU thinks it’s all about apps and they may be right. VUDU has today made both Picasa and Flickr access possible through LG and Mitsubishi sets with integrated VUDU software.

Yes, this was already available to those of you relying on one of VUDU’s set-top boxes, but some of us like to have everything within the display itself. Pandora streaming is also available on VUDU-fied Mitsubishi panels, but LG has “requested that only free TV and games be available on their devices.”

VUDU integrates into LG’s LH50 NetCast HDTVs

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2009

LG LH55 series shipsVudu has announced that its service will be integrated in a number of LG televisions. Previously, Vudu had it’s own set top box to deliver the videos. It’s a smart move as this will make things cheaper for users being integrated in the TV and Vudu has to make less hardware.

The new VUDU also brings instant fast forward and rewind and instant start for all movie qualities, and there’s no monthly fee associated with the service. The following LG TVs will feature the new Vudu VOD service: 60PS80, 50PS80, 47LH50, 42LH50 (60, 50, 47 an 42 inches).

JVC unveils DSLR friendly HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on March 5th, 2009


JVC has launched a new LCD TV system said to feature a color space that is wider than a typical HDTV. It is called the LT-42WX70 and it will be available this April at a yet as undisclosed price.

The JVC LT-42WX70 is a 42-inch HD LCD TV monitor designed for digital imaging professionals and those using high-end digital SLR cameras. JVC says it features expanded color space capacity encompassing 100 percent of HDTV broadcasting’s (sRGB.904) color space and a coverage rate of 96 percent for Adobe RGB. It also features 52 picture-quality adjustment properties for tweaking both still and video images source-by-source to the exact colors and tones the user prefers.

Westinghouse readies 42-inch 1080p HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on January 28th, 2009

Westinghouse TX-42F450S

Westinghouse Digital is getting ready to add a new LCD HDTV to is line up in February. It is called the TX-42F450S and it will retail for around $700.

The Westinghouse TX-42F450S is a 42-inch display which offers HD support for 1920 x 1080 resolution, or 1080p. It comes with a built-in ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM tuner and sports a total of four HDMI connectors.

Sony BRAVIA modules expand interaction options

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on September 23rd, 2008


Sony has added some new modules for compatible BRAVIA HDTVs which bring new features to the televisions. These join the already available Internet Video Link module currently priced around $300.

The three new modules let you wirelessly transmit high-definition video (up to 1080i) and audio, play DVDs and add additional HDMI inputs. You can get full details after the jump.

Westinghouse delivers 16-inch flip-style HDTV

Posted in LCD by Nino Marchetti on April 23rd, 2008

Westinghouse Digital LCD HDTV

Westinghouse Digital has reportedly unveiled a new “16-inch, flip-style LCD HDTV.” It is known as the PT-16H610S – pricing is said to be around $330.

The PT-16H610S, first shown off at CES, has a dual hinge design for adjusting the display forward and back or via its height. It has an ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM tuner and 1080p HDMI, among other HD friendly features.

Sony Europe does up new BRAVIA LCD TVs

Posted in LCD by Nino Marchetti on April 1st, 2008

bravia-w4000.jpgSony Europe is treating its consumer base to a new BRAVIA television series which does full 1080p HD and offers an AVC-HD tuner. This series is called the BRAVIA W4000-Series.

The BRAVIA W4000-Series LCDs will reportedly range in size from 32- to 52-inches in screen diameter. You’ll get some reportedly really great images on your television with its BRAVIA ENGINE 2, 10-bit signal processing and 10-bit LCD panel. This will all bring you what Sony says is some 64 times more color.

Panteal releases “weatherproof” HDTVs for outdoors

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on March 27th, 2008

pantel.jpgPantel seeks to bring the fun of HDTV to the outdoors with its new LCD panels. These models are known as the 42-inch PAN420 and 32-inch PAN320 and they price at $4,450 and $3,950 respectively.

Pantel has built its HDTVs to be weatherproof, operating in conditions the company says can reach -40 or 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The panels sport over 1,000 nits of brightness, reportedly make them bright enough to see outdoors. Resolution is set at 1366 x 768.

GalleryPlayer brings HD images to Mitsubishi HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on March 24th, 2008

gp-mit.jpgGalleryPlayer, a self-described pioneer in lifestyle imagery, is adding Mitsubishi to its grouping of CE manufacturers whose HDTVs you can use to show off “full HD 1080p fine art and photographic images.” Panasonic is among the others already doing this.

GalleryPlayer said its technology will be embedded into 2008 Mitsubishi HDTV models launching this spring. This technology will allow for the playback of GalleryPlayer’s “rights-protected HD images.” The technology company and Mitsubishi are also developing a co-branded Web site which wil let Mitsubishi HDTV owners “access the GalleryPlayer online store and easily download, manage, and export images from such top partners as The Metropolitan Museum of Art and National Geographic.”