Category: TV, HDTV & 3D

Bang & Olufsen claims to change your TV viewing experience forever with its BeoVision 11 Smart TV


Born Rich: Designed to stimulate the eyes, excite the ears, complement the room, and to take your imagination to the very limit, here’s the Bang & Olufsen’s exclusively-new flagship Smart TV, the BeoVision 11. Described to be a masterpiece of design, spectacular sound, best-in-class picture, full-connectivity, and digital entertainment, the BeoVision 11 has originally been conceived to provide the entire family with a comprehensive array of up-to-date digital entertainment of the highest caliber. (more…)

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IFA 2012: Sony 4K TV due in the UK this December


What HiFi: One of the most impressive things we’ve seen at IFA so far is Sony’s forthcoming 84in 4K LCD TV, the €25,000 Bravia KD-84X9005. (more…)

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IFA 2012: LG launches world’s first 84in 4K UD TV, but Sony and Toshiba are close behind


What HiFi: LG has launched in Korea the world’s first 84in Ultra Definition 3D TV – and it’s planning to roll out the model, which offers four times the resolution of current Full HD TVs, in global markets from next month. (more…)

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Bose launches VideoWave II home cinema system


What HiFi: Bose has released details of its latest ‘entertainment system’, the VideoWave II. The system combines a TV and media box, which together aim to deliver your home cinema and music needs. (more…)

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AOC Aire iPlay monitor features in-built iDevice dock


Gizmag: We’ve seen iPod and iPhone docks in all shapes and sizes, most of which are built around the iDevices’ audio capabilities. This offering – the Aire iPlay (e2343Fi) monitor from AOC – sees the focus shift to the video playback capabilities of Apple’s devices. The 23-inch Full HD monitor is the first to feature a 30-pin dock in the base for seamless playback of audio, video and photo content stored on an iPod or iPhone. (more…)

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Sharp’s 90-Inch Aquos is the world’s largest LED HDTV


Born Rich: Beating its last year’s own 80-inch Aquos LC-80LE632U, the acclaimed Japanese consumer electronics company, Sharp has now proudly announced the commercial availability of its new behemoth 90-inch Aquos LED LCD HDTV, tagged as world’s largest LED HDTV. (more…)

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Bang and Olufsen reveal new BeoPlay V1 TV, A8 Airplay dock


iPodNN: Bang and Olufsen has unveiled the BeoPlay V1, the first television from the high-end audio manufacturer’s brand B&O Play. (more…)

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CES 2012: 10 things we learned about the gadgets of the future


The Guardian: Retailers and distributors show what they will offer in the year ahead at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. (more…)

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The Future of TV Is Beautiful and Simple and Good

Gizmodo: The televisions that are going to be invading our living rooms in 2012, the ones that Samsung and LG and the rest have been trotting out this week at CES? They’re the most exciting gadgets of the year, and not because of any apps or gimmicks or third dimensions being shoved down our throats. In fact, they’re wonderful in spite of all that. (more…)

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Panasonic announces the new VT50 flagship plasma

Pocket-Lint: CES is always the time when Panasonic announces its new, top of the range plasma TV. And this year, the screen it’s promoting is the VT50. There are two possible models, one is the 55-inch P55VT50 and the other is the 65-inch P65VT50. (more…)

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CES awards reveal new LG HDTVs, iOS AirPlay dock

Electronista: The just-revealed 2012 CES Innovations Awards gave us a glimpse of what to expect from LG at this year’s CES show. They include three new HDTVs, including the 55-inch Cinema 3D TV 55LM9600, with the company’s Nano Full LED backlighting and a major visual redesign. There is also a Cinema 3D 55LM8600 set that should be identical, but forego the advanced LED tech. Both have LG’s thinnest bezel. (more…)

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More than half of new HDTV owners are shunning 3D

Digital Trends: With the majority of consumer electronics manufacturers supporting 3D with new releases of high definition television sets, it appears that consumers still aren’t convinced about the benefits. (more…)

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