March 4, 2009
The OmegaPlex Ultra High Definition Multi Monitor is truly a marvel of modern technology. Optimized for ultra high definition viewing capabilities with an incredible 27.6 million pixels, this setup is something the world has never seen before. Uses for this product are only limited to your imagination, whether it be high definition, gaming or watching movies, your eyes will never be disappointed to look at this beautiful collage of screens. Cinemassive boasts its new low price of $12,999 for the 12 screen setup, including a 3 year warranty to cover anything that could possible go wrong. The OmegaPlex is also fully customizable, easily changing from a family room pleasure experience into a professional workstation. Regardless of the steep price, it is safe to say that this product is the most sophisticated of its kind.
March 3, 2009
Truly a marvel of modern technology, the Philips Cinema 21:9 high definition television is unlike anything the world has seen. Most new televisions on the market today are sporting a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio. Philips’ new product smashes the competition with a whopping 21:9 aspect ratio offering a much higher resolution and more realistic images. The Cinema also has a built in feature to detect ambient light and adjust the brightness, contrast, and color saturation to provide the best possible performance in any room. Retailing at US $5,044, the new Philips Cinema is a must have for any television enthusiast. See the image gallery.
November 25, 2008
This is not a TV stand that you will find at IKEA (actually you’re unlikely to find this anywhere outside of Japan). Yamaha is jumping on the all-in-one tv stand bandwagon with their Polyphony YRS-1000. Basically its a central hub that efficiently manages all your components. The YRS-1000 is compatible with 46 types of flat-panel TVs and features; two HDMI units, built-in subwoofer, and 5.1 channel playback. So if you’re in the market for surround-sound and a tv stand, you might as well mix them together and get this. Its available now (Japan only) and is a great space saver for smaller living rooms. See the image gallery.
July 1, 2008
Mitsubishi won the race to the market by being the first to release a laser projection television. The LaserVue series will come in 65-inch and 73-inch varieties, both 1080p. They are built to preform better than plasma and LCD, they will also be prices about the same. Some people may not be so happy having to pay the same price for a 10-inch thick TV that they would for one that is less than half the size. Mitsubishi has not released any price or spec info yet.
April 3, 2008
Sony is debuting the smallest HD camcorder measuring in at just 1.3-inches wide by 4.7-inches tall by 2.5-inches deep. The full-featured camcorder can record 1920 x 1080 HD video and 4-megapixel digital photos directly to a Memory Stick PRO Duo™ or PRO Duo Mark2 media cards. It has a titanium body and comes with a 4GB PRO Duo Mark2. The HDR-TG1 even has a great price, $900. Pre-Order begins April 4 and ships in May. See more pictures.
February 4, 2008
This is not your mothers average Bravia. The GXDL52H1 is a 52-inch LCD display and native 1920 x 1080 resolution. It is specially designed for business use and features: a robust, dust resistant design without ventilation holes (IP30 certification) and a highly innovative heat management based on internal air circulation. This monitor also has a unique anti-failure backlight system with automatic error reporting. My favorite part about this HDTV is that it has invisible speakers, hidden at the back. [Sony/via] More Pictures.
January 23, 2008
The Lumenlab Qx is an amazing HDTV + PC hybrid. Its not just any PC inside this $10,000 42-inch HDTV, its a top of the line cutting edge PC. Featuring; an Intel Quad Core Qx9650–overclocked to 3.3ghz, GeForce 8800 ultra overclocked video card with 768MB DDR3 RAM (by PNY), 4GB of DDR3 Memory, 3 TB of storage space, and much more to list. They are available now so go order one. [via]
January 7, 2008
Well its that time of year and CES is finally here! At CES LG announced their 2008 lineup, including the incredible 42-inch LGX Super Slim 1.7-inch LCD. The new LCD sports and ultra-thin 1.7-inch form factor as well the LED backlighting, 15,00:1 contrast ration, 120Hz, four HDMI 1.3 ports, a USB port, and LG’s SimpLink control protocol that enables compatible equipment to work together. Unfortunately pricing and availability are currently unknown
September 13, 2007
This Short Projector from Toshiba can project a 60-inch image from only 3-feet away! The TDP-EX20U projector ($1,600) offers an XGA 1024 x 768 native resolution, and razor sharp contrast ratio of 2000:1. It also packs 2,300 ANSI lumens, and a rich and vibrant DLP® display. See more photos and specs.
September 5, 2007
Today at CEDIA, Sony has announced what would be an amazing addition to any home theater. The HES-V1000 is a 500GB Media Server and 200 disc Blu-Ray player. It features DLNA-allowing you to steam it where ever you want (on your local network) in 1080p. Sony’s x-Pict Story HD and x-ScrapBook both allow you to stream the pictures stored on the HES-V1000 to equipped digital picture frames throughout your house. The MSRP for this machine is $3,300, GET ONE NOW!