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Toshiba waterproof 1080p Camileo BW10 pocket cam

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2011

Toshiba has introduced a new pocket camcorder. The Camileo BW10 is its first waterproof video camera and is capable of being submerged in up to 6.5 feet of water. The BW10 is also built rugged for when on land as well.

It takes 1080p MPEG-4 video and five-megapixel stills with a light-sensitive CMOS sensor, an f2.8 lens, and boasts image stabilization. This one uses a micro USB connector instead of a direct USB plug and has bundled software to help upload your videos to YouTube.

NetGear Push2TV 1080p WiDi Adapter

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Netgear has unveiled the second generation of it’s very useful Push2TV HD TV adapter. The device uses WiDi (Wireless Display) to push a computer’s screen content to an HDTV connected to the Push2TV box via an HDMI cable. Hence the name. This second generation of Push2TV supports 1080p at 30 fps (previously 720p) with a shorter lag time than before.

Also, Psuh2TV now works with discrete graphics processors, which you absolutely need for gaming. The NetGear Push2TV will cost about $119.99 and will be available sometime before march of 2011.

Roku update brings 1080p support for the XR

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Conner Flynn on December 13th, 2010

Roku XR owners are celebrating Christmas a bit early as the company has released the 2.9-b1509 firmware update which ups the video support from 720p to 1080p. Nice! So what other improvements does this update include?

Well, there’s Hulu application optimization for quicker navigation and playback along with some other cool stuff. If you haven’t received the update yet, you can always leave your box running and it should update itself at some point. Or if you prefer, you can get the update manually. Just go to Settings->Player Info->Check for Updates. That should do it.

Sceptre 37-inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Sceptre has a new wall-mountable 37-inch LCD HDTV. This widescreen TV features a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a brightness level of 450cd/m2, three HDMI ports, an auto dynamic contrast enhancement, a couple of 10 Watts stereo speakers, ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM and a USB port.

The Sceptre 37-inch 1080p LCD HDTV is also Energy Star 3.0 compliant, so you will save 20% more electricity compared to regular LCDs. The Sceptre 37-inch 1080p LCD HDTV is priced at just $499. Not bad at all.

LG’s 4-inch Android phone with dual-core Tegra 2 and 1080p spotted

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

The folks over at Engadget have managed to get some details and photos on a new Android smartphone from LG. It is codenamed Star, but surely that name will change when it is released. The LG Star has some impressive specifications, like a dual core Tegra 2 processor and an eight megapixel camera which will be capable of recording Full HD video in 1080p.

Some other specifications include a front facing video camera, a microSD card slot, micro USB and a 1500mAH battery. All indications are that this could be a popular Android smartphone.

JVC Picsio GC-WP10 and GC-FM2 1080p pocket camcorders

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2010

JVC is no stranger to the handheld camcorder market and now it has decided to get into the pocket camcorder business. The company is introducing the Picsio GC-WP10 and GC-FM2, both of which are capable of 1,920 x 1,080/30fps clips.

They also feature built in image stabilization, an HDMI output, a 3-inch rear touchscreen, compatibility with EyeFi’s WiFi-enabled SD cards and a time-lapse recording feature. The WP10 has a waterproof enclosure, but no optical zoom. Both units have a pop-out USB plug and an SD / SDHC / SDXC card slot, while the WP10 adds an MP3 audio recorder.

Sanyo Flip-Like Pocket Cam does 1080p at 30FPS

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2010

Sanyo is now offering its first Flip-type camera, with 3X optical zoom and dual-mics. The VPC-PD2BK will cost you just $170, which lines up nicely with the rest of the pocket cameras. And yes, it can do 1080P at 30FPS.

It takes 10-megapixel photos, has stereo sound recording, flash, is SD/SDHC/SDXC card compatible and measures 2.48 x 0.87 x 4.36. Those are some nice features packed into this tiny cam.


Amex Digital announces world’s smallest 1080p Media Player

Posted in Media Players by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2010

Amex Digital’s latest is the smallest media player to actually handle 1080p. The device measures just 175- x 128- x 15mm and weighs just 250 grams. The player can accept a range of file formats from a connected USB storage device or an SD card.

It will also output 1080p over HDMI, and there’s a composite video / audio output and mini-USB port in the back. The MP-501 is equipped with an ARM Cortex-A8 processor and will play nice with nearly every file. The best news is that it is just $49.

Samsung BX2350 and BX2335 1080p monitors

Posted in monitors by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2010

Fans of Samsung’s Touch of Color design scheme will be glad to know that it’s still in place on the company’s new “eco-friendly” LED displays. Samsung is debuting its 50 and 30 series panels today, with the BX2350 and BX2335.

Both offer a 2ms response time, 1080p resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and a feature called Magic Return. Magic return lets users working with two monitors have their desktop automatically moved to a powered-on screen if one screen happens shuts down for whatever reason.

Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD Action Camera delivers 1080p underwater

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2010

The latest 1080p action cam comes from Oregon Scientific. The ATC9K Action Camera will do 1080p video, five megapixel photos, is waterproof to 20 meters, comes with an IR remote, and also has an integrated G meter.

GPS is an option too, so you can mark your adventures on Google Maps, Sadly, there’s no mention of price, but it is set to start shipping in just a few days.

Drift Innovation helmet cam does 1080p, with a rotating lens and LCD

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2010

Drift Innovation’s HD170 is an attractive helmet cam. It boasts a tiny 1.5-inch color LCD and built-in speaker. An adjustable lens should give you more freedom in how you attach it, too. Priced at $329, it’s a good deal with the other specs.

Like 30fps, H.264 compression, 5 megapixel stills, 1110 mAh battery, up to 32GB SDHC card. If you’re looking for a helmet cam for your crazy stunts, this one is worth a serious look.


Toshiba UX600 series HDTVs with WiFi, 1080p & LED-backlight

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2010

Toshiba has announced the UX600 series, complete with an included WiFi adapter in the box and they can access YouTube, VUDU, Pandora and other social networking services like Facebook and Twitter. At first, three models in the UX600 range will be available, the 40UX600, 46UX600 and 55UX600, at 40-inches, 46-inches and 55-inches.

The trio all offer a 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, Full HD 1080p and Toshiba’s ClearFrame 120Hz technology. They can also act as a digital photo frame, and they have automatic brightness control based on ambient lighting.

BenQ intros three green, 1080p 24-inch monitors

Posted in BenQ by Conner Flynn on March 19th, 2010

BenQ has several LED-backlit LCD monitors on the way, including the widescreen V2410T, V2410B and the E2420HDB. The first two models come with 24″ displays, native 1080p resolution, height-adjustable stands and a 5ms response time.

The E2420HDB forgoes the LED panel, although it does have native 1080p resolution, 300 lumens of brightness, a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 5ms response time. All three models have Senseye image enhancement settings that will change depending on the application and display mode hotkeys lets you play back images with different aspect ratios aside from 16:9.

Notion Ink’s Adam Tablet to have Flash, 1080p, twice the battery life of the iPad

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

What’s not to love here? Flash, a longer battery life, and 1080p for starters. This is how Notion Ink is hoping its Android-powered Adam tablet will win your heart. Apparently they’re toying with the idea of launching two different models, one 12.9mm thin and one 11.6mm thin, which suggests different display options.

CEO Rohan Shravan told SlashGear that with the Nvidia chip and Pixel Qi screen, the Adam will boast a battery life at least twice as long as the iPad. Then there’s the 1080p video where the iPad has only 576p, and as mentioned Flash. This could be your new favorite tablet.

Ikonoskop A-cam3D shoots 1080p RAW video in stereo

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2010

It looks like a new version of a view-master. That’s because this baby is all about shooting 1080p RAW video in stereo. We don’t know much about it right now, but Ikonoskop is just teasing us with some specs. One thing we do know is that we likely won’t be able to afford one.

But we want one. The company already has a $10k 1080p RAW camera, the A-cam dII, and now it’s using the same tech for 3D. With battery and memory this guy weighs 6 pounds and will be able to record 25 or 30 fps in individual RAW sequences and will be built on order.