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Unannounced unconfirmed Apple tablet gets delayed

November 19th, 2009

We can file this one under rumor of a rumor — you’ve been warned — so please, proceed with caution. DigiTimes is reporting that Apple’s yet to be announced tablet device will be delayed until the second half of 2010 due to a last minute design change, specifically, the use of a 9.7″ OLED LG …

Samsung to introduce 7mm ultra-thin LCD TV at CES

January 4th, 2009

Samsung is expected to unveil a new LED-backlit LCD TV at CES that is a mere 7mm thick at its greatest width. For perspective, take a gander at the 7mm drill bit in the image above. That is one crazy thin and presumably ultra-fragile TV. Keep this beauty away from children, flying Wiimotes and people …

Silicon Mountain announces a new pair of All-in-one LCD TVs

November 11th, 2008

How’s this for a slice of fried gold? A 42″ LCD TV with a full 1080p HD picture and an integrated PC featuring an Intel Core2Duo E8400 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive, Blu-ray / DVD combo drive, integrated PVR and a 64-bit version of Windows Vista Home Premium. No, Dr. Frankenstein …

Tis the season for flat panel TVs

October 26th, 2008

Call it a sign of the economic times or call it gift from Santa, but it looks like this holiday season will be the perfect time to finally pick up that LCD or plasma set you’ve had your eye on – as long as your house isn’t in foreclosure by then. According to Paul Gagnon, …

LG creates new monitor to shun snooping eyes

October 14th, 2008

Have you ever been caught checking your Facebook at work and had your boss giving you the evil eye? Or perhaps you were working on your soon-to-be-huge screenplay at Starbucks and the girls sitting next to you were giggling at your space alien love story? Well, LG has come to your rescue. The electronics giant …

ViewSonic unveils new 120Hz monitor. Is it really that good?

August 27th, 2008

Recently at the NVISION2008 conference, ViewSonic unveiled a 22 inch 120Hz monitor targeted at gaming and digital entertainment. The prototype monitor promises blur-free performance and a 3D viewing experience for games, motion video, and computer animation. It boasts a 1680×1050 resolution (whaaa? No 1080p?, 3ms gray-to-gray response time, 300 nits of high brightness and a …

Slow Sales Lead to Mass HDTV Price Cuts

July 16th, 2008

As the economy continues to decline and unemployment rates continue to rise, now is a tough time for everyone. Particularly tough perhaps, if a big part of your business involves selling luxury items like HDTVs. In times of economic crisis people most often forgo big ticket items such as plasma and LCD TVs and opt …

Sony fleshes out its Bravia line with XBR6, XBR7, XBR8 LCD TVs

June 5th, 2008

Sony today rolled out three new additional lines of TVs under its high-end XBR Bravia brand. The XBR8 draws inspiration from the uber-luxurious XBR3 line, with 46″ and 55″ sets that sport Triluminos backlights, 120hz MotionFlow, and the Bravia Engine 2 processing machine. The mid-line XBR7 slots in with a huge 70″ set, in addition to …

Samsung Gets Big at SID 2008

May 19th, 2008

Looking for that perfect addition to your 550 square-foot New York City Bachelor pad? Sure you might have to shift a couple of feet to the right to keep up as the action moves down field, but might we suggest an 82 inch LCD TV from Samsung? The feisty electronics manufacturer literally brought out the …