Mentioned as the HP’s first 27-inch performance display with more than 1 billion colors, the HP ZR2740w features LED backlit IPS panels and HP Direct Drive Architecture that transmits the color value from the workstation graphics card directly to the billion-color panel with no alteration in the display. With pricing starts at $729, the HP ZR2740w has sRGB-class color gamuts. The sRGB color space is the industry standard for web browsers, digital cameras and printers and also matches the Rec. 709 color space used for HDTVs and video editing. Continued
Vivitek’s new LED-based pocket projector, Vivitek Qumi, is available now for an MSRP of $499. Weighing in at only 1.4 pounds, the Qumi is the first pocket projector to be 3D-ready via Texas Instruments’ DLP Link™ technology. The Qumi, with its touch sensitive button controls and sleek design, is ready to be used with a variety of devices, including, but not limited to digital cameras, laptops, smart phones and tablets. Vivitek’s Qumi projector is versatile and portable enough for both work and play, making it ideal for sharing digital content. Continued
Unveiled and displayed in Las Vegas last month during the you know what event, the Samsung’s D8000 LED TV won a CES 2011 Innovations Design and Engineering Award. So what does it mean? It means a lot for those who looking for second opinion in order to buy a LED TV this year. I think you know what I mean. Continued
The new Toshiba UL610 Cinema Series 3D LED HDTV features Toshiba’s all new Full HD 1080p Quantum BLACK™ LED Panel with Fine Local Dimming and CrystalCoat™, new CEVO-powered 480Hz ClearScan technology, and active shutter glasses. Expected to be available in April 2011, the UL610 Cinema Series will be offered in 46-, 55- and 65-inch diagonal screen sizes. This Dynamic 3D HDTV also feature Toshiba’s new Metal Blade Design with Illusion Stand and includes built-in Wi-Fi, Net TV with Yahoo! Widgets and a built-in sub-woofer speaker.
VIZIO launched ultra widescreen Cinemawide HDTV, 21:9 Cinema aspect ratio models that can display native 2.35:1 (“CinemaScope”) movies without any black bar. Available in three class size models, 50-, 58-, and 71-inch, each model features VIZIO Internet Apps™ (VIA) in Cinema mode. The 50- and 58-inch models are Edge Lit Razor LED™ HDTVs with Smart Dimming, and the 71-inch model boats Full Array TruLED™ backlighting (see the demonstration at the 2011 CES). All three models also feature VIZIO’s Theater 3D™ technology that delivers flicker-free 3D performance that is up to 2x brighter and significantly reduces crosstalk compared to current Active Shutter LCD TVs and works in conjunction with battery-free, lightweight glasses.
LG to unveil the CINEMA 3D TV (LW6500) at the 2011 CES in Las Vegas. The LW6500 is the world’s first 3D TV to receive “Flicker Free” certification from Intertek and TÜV, yea… it does not require shutter glasses. Packed with a 3D glasses that have no electrical parts and are free of electromagnetic waves and never need to be recharged, the LW6500 boasts all the advantages of LG’s Smart TV technology including access to LG Apps and a range of premium content via HuluPlus, YouTube and many others.
Hello, you will find the world’s largest FULL LED3D TV next week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. It will be the LZ9700 from LG that will give viewers life-sized action with a beautifully crisp picture in both 2D and 3D. Illuminated by a full panel of LEDs directly behind the screen, the LZ9700 3D TV will be available to customers in early 2011. Highlights: 72-inch class, TruMotion 400Hz, Micro Pixel Control (Local Dimming), Smart TV, Magic Motion Remote Control, Smart Share (DLNA, Media Link, USB, etc.).