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Piixl Super Slim PC Mounts Behind TV

12/13/2009, It seems that there is a growing market for PCs that are able to be mounted to the back of LCD panels, and Acer’s Revo can certainly attest to that The latest entry from Piixl certainly takes it to another realm though. As you can see from the...

ePVision Advanced HDTV Tuner Receiver Box PHD-205LE

12/07/2009, You know what’s a mouthful? The ePVision Advanced HDTV Tuner Receiver Box PHD-205LE, that’s what. This fourth generation set top box will come with an ATI MPEG2 decoder chip within alongside a 3D graphics engine for all your home entertainment...

BenQ Announces New 42-inch 1080p HDTV

12/01/2009, While most people would think of LCD monitors when they hear the name BenQ, the company also comes up with LCD TV’s, and now it has announced a new 42-inch full HD 1080p HDTV. Will this satisfy your video desires? Features of the Samsung SQ4242...

Pixel Qi Dual-Mode LCD to ship in December

11/25/2009, December can’t come fast enough for those who want a piece of Pixel Qi dual-mode LCD action, where mass production will begin next month with hope of it being able to make the Christmas deadline. On another encouraging note, the company is also...

Awesome 64 picture-in-picture demo

11/21/2009, We’re not sure how often you like to switch channels, but if you’re greedy and want to watch all the channels at once, check out the picture above, which shows 64 channels in each display. Unfortunately this isn’t so high-tech TV,...

Vizio Net-connected HDTVs Delayed

11/21/2009, Nobody likes product delays, and so it’s certainly bad news to see that the Vizio HDTVs that were supposed to bring us Twitter, Facebook, Netflix etc into the living room won’t be available this holiday season. While originally slated for...

Philips releases new LED Pro HDTVs

11/20/2009, Philips has unveiled 2 rather interesting new models in its LED HDTV line up, namely the 40PFL9704 and the 46PFL9704. These TVs boast “LED Pro” which is Philips’ next generation LED backlight technology. Aside from that, you’ll...

VIZIO LED backlit HDTVs

10/28/2009, VIZIO has just introduced a couple more LED backlit HDTV to their lineup – the 19″ and 23″ models, where the latter will support full HD resolution without adding on the bulk. Interestingly enough, these can also double up as extremely...

FLO TV Personal Television

10/07/2009, FLO TV has rolled out its Personal Television device that will enable TV addicts to watch their favorite news, live sports, children’s programming and entertainment on a dedicated device just meant for mobile TV viewing. No disrespect to them, but...

Sony TRIMASTER breaks the bank

10/06/2009, If you’re feeling flush and can’t wait to spend that vast amount of dough in your bank, then you might want to check out the Sony TRIMASTER TV that boasts quadruple the resolution of HD at 3,840 x 2,160, where this 56″ model will set you...

Cell Regza Next 4K2K HDTV inspected

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 2009] Yesterday, I checked out a gigantic 4k2K ($ x the 1080p resolution), but Toshiba wants to see that in our homes, so they presented a prototype at Ceatec. So, how does it fare? Well, on a 50″ display, it looked a little sharper, but it...

Toshiba Cell Regza

10/05/2009, [CEATEC 2009] Toshiba has been touting CELL-powered (the same processor inside the Sony PS3) TVs for a while, and this time around, it’s not about the video capabilities anymore, the emphasis was put on internet connectivity, applications and...

Sony Powers TV Wirelessly

10/03/2009, It looks like mankind has taken another baby step towards our goal of getting wireless power. This latest bit of news points that Sony has prototyped a system which is able to transmit up to 60W of power to a TV located 50cm away, not sure enough for it...

TV Armor might come in handy

10/02/2009, If you’re a Wii owner and tend to have friends over for parties and some intense gaming sessions, we would highly recommend the TV Armor – after all, this huge piece of acrylic might end up protecting your precious TV from wayward Wiimotes due...