The latter is the company’s first-ever 42-inch Full HD 3D plasma. Both will require active shutter glasses in order to use. Features include a 1080p panel, 600Hz sub-field drive, 24p playback and 2D-to-3D conversion. The pair should hit retail shelves by the end of the month.
Looks like LG has two new Scarlet sets coming, both with integrated Bluetooth. Pretty girl not included as usual. To start, the LH70 line will consist of two models, a 42 incher that’s 39.7mm thin and a 47 incher that’s 40.9mm thin.
Each will feature a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz technology, 2 millisecond response time, a USB port for connecting external media, touch sensitive power button, DivX compatibility and an ambient light sensor to automatically adjust screen brightness to adjust to the room that you are viewing in and conserve energy.
Opera on Tuesday has announced the final release of the latest and greatest version of its mobile browser, Opera Mini 4.2. We saw the 4.2 version go into beta release only earlier this month sporting some new features including skins, additional servers and faster performance, video and Notes sync.
The final v4.2 release that we downloaded today appears to be very similar, if not exactly the same, as the beta version we got a couple of weeks ago. Opera boasts increased speed of as much as 30 percent, support for multiple languages, the ability to skin the browser to match your preference and of course the ability to play mobile-targeted YouTube videos (provided you have a newer Sony Ericsson or Nokia phone, for now). Users can also sync up notes between the mobile browser and the Opera desktop browser with Opera Link.