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Westinghouse readies 42-inch 1080p HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on January 28th, 2009

Westinghouse TX-42F450S

Westinghouse Digital is getting ready to add a new LCD HDTV to is line up in February. It is called the TX-42F450S and it will retail for around $700.

The Westinghouse TX-42F450S is a 42-inch display which offers HD support for 1920 x 1080 resolution, or 1080p. It comes with a built-in ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM tuner and sports a total of four HDMI connectors.

Samsung shows off uber thin display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2009

Samsung P2370L

One of the last new product cards Samsung had to deal at CES this year happens to be a rather nice looking new LED monitor. It is called the P2370L and it prices around $400.

The Samsung P2370L is of a super thin design, sporting a wrapper of just 0.65-inches. It makes use of a LED BLU, producing what Samsung says are more vibrant color and higher contrast ratios than other monitors. The contrast ratio is some 2,000,000:1.

New JVC HDTV targets digital SLR lovers

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on January 7th, 2009


JVC is introducing at CES 2009 what it calls a new category of flat panel television design – a super slim monitor said to feature a color space wider than typical HDTVs. It is called the LT-42WX70 and no pricing or release information is known as of yet.

The LT-42WX70, said JVC, was designed to reproduce the colors, detail and “texture” of high resolution images captured on digital SLR cameras. It, in fact, is designed to target digital imaging professionals and others into using high end digital cameras, though it is fully functional as well as a home television. It sports a 42-inch display in a slim body design.

Samsung unwraps flagship Series 9 LED LCD HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Samsung Series 9 LN46A950

Samsung last week, besides rolling out some Series 8 flat panels, also introduced  its new flagship Series 9 LED-backlit LCD HDTVs. These models are the 46-inch LN46A950 and 55-inch LN55A950, priced around $3,200 and $4,200, respectively.

These new Series 9 panels from Samsung make use the company’s “LED SmartLighting” technology, offers consumers a combination of LED and 120Hz technologies. This reportedly results in a “1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for a crisp, full HD 1080p picture.” This HDTVs also sport a bit of an art touch via the patterned bezel with charcoal gray accent.

Samsung showcases new artsy LCD HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2008

Samsung Series 8 860

Samsung had a little mid-year coming out party yesterday as it unveiled a bunch of new flat panels and associated home theater gear. One of these upcoming releases is the new Series 8 850 and Series 8 860 LCD HDTVs, pricing between around $2,700 and $3,500.

Four models make up the Series 8 850 and 860, consisting of two each 45.9- and 52-inch televisions. All units will be available in September and unique features include a slim, narrow bezel with a touch of color around the edges and support for RSS feeds from USA Today. For full details, check out the press release after the jump.

Viewsonic delivers new 26-inch 1080p display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on July 3rd, 2008

ViewSonic VA2626wm

ViewSonic earlier this week unveiled a new wide format monitor which it is targeting towards those who enjoy media on their PCs. It is called the ViewSonic VA2626wm and pricing is said to be around $530.

The ViewSonic VA2626wm is a 26-inch display which offers 1080p HD support and multiple inputs, including HDMI, VGA and DVI with HDCP compatibility. It also has integrated into the body 2.5-inch dual stereo speakers with SRS WOW HD technology.

Westinghouse busts out three new LCD displays

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on June 6th, 2008

Westinghouse L2610NW

Westinghouse recently began shipping some new LCD monitors it has first announced at the Consumer Electronics Show. This new displays include the L2610NW, L2210NW and L1916HW, priced at around $500, $300 and $270 respectively.

There’s nothing too outstanding about these displays when you look at the specs. The L2160NW is a 26-inch model which does typical 1080p duty at 1920 x 1200 resolution. The dynamic contrast is 3000:1 and you also get a HDMI connector. The L2210NW, meanwhile, is a 22-inch display doing 1680 x 1050 resolution.


Samsung goes artsy with Series 6, 7 LCD HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on April 23rd, 2008

Samsung Series 7 LCD HDTV

Samsung today put word out through the lands of tech about the availability of its Series 6 and Series 7 LCD HDTVs. These displays range in size from 19- to 52-inches and pricing from around $480 to $3,500.

The Series 6 displays should mostly be available now, with the Series 7 units come out in May. Samsung’s most touted design features with these displays is its “Touch of Color” which draws from “several artistic inspirations” and features “a hint of red color naturally blended into a semi-transparent piano black bezel.” Excuse us while we go wipe the marketing barf off of ourselves – you can read the rest of the Samsung love fest after the jump.

Sony Europe does up new BRAVIA LCD TVs

Posted in LCD by Nino Marchetti on April 1st, 2008

bravia-w4000.jpgSony Europe is treating its consumer base to a new BRAVIA television series which does full 1080p HD and offers an AVC-HD tuner. This series is called the BRAVIA W4000-Series.

The BRAVIA W4000-Series LCDs will reportedly range in size from 32- to 52-inches in screen diameter. You’ll get some reportedly really great images on your television with its BRAVIA ENGINE 2, 10-bit signal processing and 10-bit LCD panel. This will all bring you what Sony says is some 64 times more color.

NuVision shipping new HDTVs

Posted in HDTV by Nino Marchetti on March 25th, 2008

nuvision-65.jpgConsumer electronics company NuVision, which specializes in HDTVs, is out with a line up of 10 new models centered around its Lucidium line of HDTVs. Screen sizes range from 22- to 65-inches, according to Dealerscope, and pricing tops out at around $12,000.

The NuVision Lucidium line are all 1080p compatible. Depending upon the model, features possible across these models include Silicon Optix Realta HQV image processing, dual ATSC tuners, up to four HDMI 1.3 inputs and a new cabinet design.