The BRAVIA NX810 is fresh out of the oven with a mean can of display arsenal. Did Sony manage to marry the best of 2D and 3D 1080p visuals in a single display this time? Read on to find out!
Samsung has armed the Series 8 with a dazzling load of features such as a 3D-ready panel, entertainment portal and LED backlights with local dimming. Is this 3D TV's performance worthy of its polished looks? Let's find out!
Having laid our hands on 3D LCD TVs, it's about time we gave Panasonic's stereoscopic PDP a shot. Armed to the teeth with a reborn NeoPDP panel and VIERA Cast suite, we wasted little time in getting up to speed with the Infinite Black knight.
Launched nearly worldwide today, we had a chance to experience the new Bose VideoWave entertainment system, something which Bose claims will revolutionize home entertainment as we know it.
Besides impressing the press with their 3D ecosystem, Sony also highlighted the presence of two 3D-ready BRAVIA models in the mix. Check out our event coverage if stereoscopic entertainment happens to be your thing.
The annual IFA consumer electronics trade fair officially opens on 3 September in Berlin, Germany but for international journalists, the show really begins from 1 September, when they are given sneak peeks of what would be showcased before the show. HardwareZone.com was on the fairgrounds to bring you some of these highlights.
Combining the best of segmented LED backlights and a 3D-ready panel, LG has served up their meanest and sexiest screen to date. We took the 55-inch INFINIA out for a spin, and here's our account on the massive yet ultra-slim LX9500.
Ranked just beneath Samsung's Series 8 alongside their latest fleet of LED-backlit displays, the reborn Series 7 appears set to deliver a whopping punch with its 3D capabilities, an edge-lit screen and a truckload of features. Join us as we take the C7000 out for a spin to see if it performs as good as it looks.
Sharp spiced up their AQUOS LED TV series recently by adding a yellow sub-pixel to the conventional RGB formula, and the quad-pixel color technology is probably better known by its "Quattron" moniker. Is it worth its weight in gold? Leave it to us to determine if this 52-inch behemoth is truly capable of scoring livelier hues as advertised.
Does Samsung's Series 5 deliver the goods? Furnished with a Full-HD panel, integrated digital tuner and a delicious price tag, we'll have to be crazy to let this one go. Join us as we tear this screen apart to find out. Figuratively, of course.