News tagged ‘hdtv’
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
TP Vision today announced the new 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 series of Smart TVs. A headline feature is its frame-less panel, which is set in a 1.2mm rim of brushed, anodized aluminum. The PFL6900 series is available in 42 and 47-inch sizes.
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
TP Vision has announced at IFA 2012 the Philips 9000 series of full HD Smart LED TVs. Two sizes are available: 46 inches and 60 inches.
Sony has unveiled its first 4K 3D TV at IFA 2012, and it comes in the form of the 84-inch Bravia 84X900.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
LG is the first in the world to launch an 84-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV, which is capable of supporting the new 4K display resolution. The 84LM9600 is currently only available in Korea, but LG has said that it will bring the TV to Asia sometime in September 2012.
Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012
According to IHS iSuppli's recent report, the market share for all plasma television displays sold by U.S. retailers fell to its lowest level in July since the first quarter of 2011, as rising retail prices proved to be a major disincentive to consumers.
Monday, 11 Jun 2012
Announced at E3 recently, LG and Samsung are taking to the clouds to provide Google TV and Smart TV customers with the additional perks of online gaming services.
Friday, 8 Jun 2012
Android and iOS users in selected countries can now download the 'Philips TV Buying Guide' app to help them visualize a desired Philips TV set in their living spaces.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
Heading to BroadcastAsia 2012? Members of the media were given a sneak preview this morning on what attendees can expect from the upcoming broadcasting exhibition and conference. Here's a quick rundown if you're keen.
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
The ITU has devised a new set of standards for 3D TV programming, focusing primarily on 720p and 1080p formats, digital interfaces for studio production, and quality evaluation based on picture quality, 3D depth, and audiences' comfort levels.
Wednesday, 16 May 2012
According to GigaOM's report, Ikea's upcoming Uppleva 'home theater in a box' will allegedly carry popular video streaming apps like YouTube and Vimeo. Ikea's all-in-one solution is expected to be launched in Europe next month before trickling down to the rest of the world.