News tagged ‘hdtv’
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Sharp is also at CES 2014 to announce its TV lineup for the year. Besides 4K TVs, the company also unveiled a full HD TV that's capable of playing 4K UHD content well because it has 10 million more subpixels than regular 1080p TV sets.
Friday, 6 Sep 2013
Sony has introduced the world's first curved screen LED television. Yes, it's not a 4K TV, and the screen is curved.
Thursday, 29 Aug 2013
Toshiba has launched three new TV series in its 'Pro Theatre' lineup of LED TVs: the flagship L9300 4K UHDTV series, the L4300 series, which is Toshiba's first TV with the Android OS, and the L3300 series featuring 'Turbo LED' and 'Detail Booster' technologies.
Friday, 16 Aug 2013
Samsung has launched three ultra-high definition TVs for the Singapore market: the 85-inch S9, and the 55 and 65-inch F9000. The most affordable of the lot is the 55-inch F9000, but it still costs a good S$7,499. More details after the jump.
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
Looking for a new TV? Panasonic has announced its latest Smart Viera LED and plasma TV lineups for the Singapore market. There are 18 LED and 4 plasma TV models to choose from.
Tuesday, 19 Feb 2013
LG Display has announced that it will invest 706 billion won (about US$655 million) in a new production line to mass produce OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels.
Saturday, 12 Jan 2013
Panasonic has just announced its 2013 LCD and plasma TV lineups, and there are a whopping 32 models in total. Here's the detailed models breakdown.
Thursday, 3 Jan 2013
Participants at CES 2013 can expect to see LG's CarbonFree-certified OLED TV and a variety of new Cinema 3D Smart TV games at the tradeshow. LG also announced plans to take pre-orders for their OLED TVs in South Korea, slated to arrive in February.
Thursday, 20 Dec 2012
Sceptre will display their 2013 lineup of consumer entertainment solutions at the CES 2013 including the world's first Wi-Fi 2.1 enabled sound bar, and a variety of HDTVs featuring the MHL (Mobile HD Link) technology.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
To recover from recent losses, Japanese TV giants, namely Panasonic, Sony, and Sharp, are hawking out US$3 billion worth in assets in a last-ditch attempt to turn the tide.