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Samsung HD DVR Surveillance System gives you high definition security footage
[CES 2013] Whenever you think of security footage, the first thing that comes it mind is probably grainy, black and white, low resolution video. However, it looks like Samsung wants to change things. At CES 2013, the company announced two new HDTV CCTV systems – the 8-channel SDH-P4040 and 16-channel SDH-P5080. Both systems offer four outdoor-ready, 720p HD night vision bullet cameras (with night vision up to 85 feet) that […]

Galaxy Nexus 1080p video available online
When the Galaxy Nexus was officially launched in Hong Kong on the 18th, one of the phone’s most impressive features was its camera that was capable of capturing video at 1080p (that’s full HD – 1920 x 1080 resolution). During the presentation they demonstrated a video clip, which looked pretty impressive, but since it was a low resolution webcast, we couldn’t really tell for sure.

JVC launches GZ-HM670 HD capable video camera
Looking to get your hands on a HD capable video camera? If so, JVC’s latest offering could be just what you’re looking for.

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary demo video released
Last month Microsoft announced Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary at E3 and in case you weren’t paying attention then, it is the HD remake of the flagship Xbox game to celebrate the game’s 10th birthday. But besides just upping the graphics in the game, Microsoft also spent some time to develop new features for the game so that people who’ve already got the first Halo: Combat Evolved will have a reason […]


"Sony" Alarm Clock and Radio is a HD Spy Camera
If you think that someone has been stealing the cookies from the cookie jar in the kitchen but haven’t been able to find the thief because nobody in your house wants to admit doing it, it might be time to take some drastic action. Like installing a camera in the kitchen to see who’s been stealing your treats. Since a regular camera won’t do (it would stick out like a […]

Evoluce TWO is one interactive display
Evoluce, the German display manufacturer known for its multi-touch + gesture displays has just announced the release of the Evolouce TWO. An improvement over the I-voluce, it still features a 46″ multi-touch LCD display, but this time it can detect over 60 simultaneous inputs, supporting up to four users at once. Just like the previous display, gesture detection is still around, utilizing the power of the Kinect sensor for users […]

tt-i EagleEye records your achievements in HD
Everybody loves achievements. But what’s the point of accomplishing something if you’ve got nobody to share it with? That’s why we have trophies in video games and replay cameras – everybody loves to share their accomplishments. But in real life it’s a bit different – you don’t have anyone but yourself to keep track of your progress in everything you do. And nothing is recorded for you unless you have […]

RedMere makes HDMI output from iOS devices a one cable affair
When the iPad 2 was introduced earlier this year, one interesting accessory that was launched together with the tablet was the Apple Digital AV adapter. Basically it allowed you to mirror whatever was on your iPad 2, iPhone 4 or iPod touch 4G on a HDTV. While the device itself is a good idea, it required you to have an extra HDMI cable as well just to make it work.Well, […]

Olympus LS-20M to replace the Flip?
When Cisco killed off the Flip camcorder, a lot of people were in tears – well maybe not tears but upset that they would never get another Flip camera to use in the future. Since then, many companies have stepped up to fill the void, with recent offerings from Toshiba and Samsung sporting a Flip-like form factor and similar functionality.Next up to the plate is Olympus with their new LS-20M […]

EPIX video on demand expands to more platforms
EPIX has just announced that their premium entertainment channel, video on demand and online service is now available on Android devices, Samsung TVs, Samsung Blu-ray players, Google TV, Roku players and the BlackBerry PlayBook. Folks who own these devices will be able to get their fix of premium online video on demand content starting from today onwards.

HiSense WHDI: wireless HDMI
In today’s world of modern technology, we’re beginning to see cables being used less and less. The latest one to make the transition to being wireless is HD content. HiSense have come up with a range of new WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) accessories that enable devices such as notebooks, tablets, and iPhones to transfer HD content to a HDTV wirelessly. All users have to do is plug the transmitter […]

Panasonic AG-3DP1 shoots movies in 3D
Panasonic has just announced the AG-3DP1, a new camcorder designed for shooting movies in 3D. The shoulder-mounted camcorder packs a 3D twin-lens, and is designed for users planning to shoot 3D productions of live events, sports, documentaries and independent films. The AG-3DP1 packs 2 1/3″ full-HD 2.2 megapixel 3-MOS images with enhanced sensitivity, a 20-bit Digital Signal Processor for generating full production quality, native 1920 x 1080 resolution images. The […]

LG shows off 47" transparent LCD-IPS displays
LG recently showed off some revolutionary displays and thanks to the folks over at we have some video footage to witness them. Take the IPS displays used in the iPhone 4, bump up the resolution to full HD (1920 x 1080), size up to 47″ and add a bit of style by turning them transparent and that’s what you get. You even get to keep the touchscreen functionality of […]

Toshiba Satellite P series laptops: 3D on the go
If the Nintendo 3DS wasn’t good enough to give you your fix of portable 3D entertainment, might want to turn things up a notch with Toshiba’s recently introduced Satellite P series laptops. The Satellite P750 3D, P755 3D, P770 3D and P775 3D laptops all come with integrated 3D active shutter technology, that let consumers maximize their movie and gaming experience while on the go. The 3D laptops ship with […]