We showed you a HDTV at just 10mm thin, but how about another at just 6.9mm thin? Sounds unbelievable? Get ready to brace yourself with fancy new TV technology, home theater equipment, mobile phones, notebooks, and more from the PC ecosystem coming later this year in this update from the LG show floor.
It's the first official day of CES 2010 and we were down at the showfloor with Sony as the CE giant gave us a tour of its booth, followed by media interviews with top execs. Here are our impressions.
We all knew that 3D was going to be big at CES 2010, but even then, we were slightly caught off-guard by Sony's full throttle approach to bringing 3D to your home. Not a fan of 3D? Perhaps the Sony blitz will convince you. Here are the highlights from Sony's CES press conference and the best gadgets from its booth.
Having claimed the thinnest HDTV title, LG went to outclass themselves with even slimmer ones. How's 10mm for you? Slim aside, the new breed of premium LG HDTVs are choke full of features like 480Hz TruMotion technology, THX certification, 3D, DLNA and wireless ready, NetCast for online content, and more.
LG Electronics has recently joined in the fray with other LCD TV makers offering LED-backlit TVs. Turning up the heat in this segment is the new LG SL90 series HDTV and we take a firsthand look at a 42-inch model of this borderless beauty that's still smoking hot out of LG's barrel.
Panasonic's back in the game with another 'plasmic' tour de force. We got our hands on the VIERA V-series recently, the very new 50-inch TH-P50V11S to be exact. Is this going to be the Japanese's best HDTV effort yet? Let's find out.
The HDTV market might be well awash with new LED-backlit screens but that doesn't mean there isn't any room for conventional LCD TVs to fill. Take a peek at what LG has to offer on the grand Full-HD scale with our review of the 42-inch LH50YD 200Hz LCD TV. Don't blink now.
We paid a visit to Bang & Olufsen's showroom deep in the heart of Singapore's bustling Central Business District to take a look at the biggest and most expensive television the Danish audio visual specialists have ever made, the 103-inch BeoVision 4-103 costing a cool S$230,000.
Philips has established another "world's first" with the launch of the Cinema 21:9, a Full-HD LCD TV carved to cinematic proportions. Besides this 56-inch mega widescreen TV, Philips refreshed several product lineups from LCD TVs, SoundBars and AV systems as well. Dig our spread for more on what's to come from Philips.
LG wants consumers to be 'emotionally attached' to their brand name. That's their current objective. To further impress their mark in the AV arena, they've readied a volley of flat-panel TVs and Blu-ray entertainment systems for you. If you proclaim yourself to be a home-theater buff, why not attach yourself here?