Little surprise in the genre, Samsung has unsheathed relatively quickly since its margin of 110 “UltraHD and 105” 21/9 UltraHD curved, the Korean brand has benefited from the show in Las Vegas to present its flat screen 85 “bendable UltraHD ! Continue reading CES 2014: Samsung launches 85 insh Ultra HD
Finally, the flexible and foldable screens could be generalized more quickly than expected . In any case think that Kim Yun- hee professor at the renowned South Korean Gyeongsang University , interviewed by the Korea Herald.
According to her , the connected objects with truly flexible displays , or folding , or ” roll-up ” fairly widely available in 2014. This would enable the next generation of Google Galaxy Glass and Gear adopt such screens .
Remarks inspired by the discovery of new organic polymers, which would circumvent the limitations of existing technologies. Barriers also mentioned by Samsung in early November.
These new materials offer much more flexibility than current screens on which you just get “force until a curvature ” quips the teacher. That’s the stuff of dreams , but it will still see how the technology will be exploited by manufacturers
While everyone tries to figure out what the future of TV looks like, Variety reports Cox Cable has crossed over to offering internet TV service to customers in Orange County. flareWatch beta testers can buy a Fanhattan Fan TV set-top box for $99 (up to three per household) and sign up for a TV package that features 90 live TV channels (60 in HD) and includes the usual favorites like ESPN / ESPN2, AMC, CNN, Nickelodeon and TNT, with video on-demand coming soon. DVR recordings take place in the cloud, with 30 hours of storage available for each subscriber. Continue reading Cox flareWatch beta brings IPTV with 60 HD channels, $35
LG brings Ubitus’ GameNow cloud gaming to SmartTVs, is more serious about new TV gaming than many of its rivals, and it’s proving that today by rolling out Ubitus’ GameNow service to Smart TVs in the United States of America. Continue reading LG brings cloud gaming to Smart TVs in the US
TVs are getting bigger and unfortunately, in the big cities and the prices of the apartments. One can accordingly not be divided quite as much space for the telly, above all when the youth of today anyway look almost more Youtube content, such as television. Students also tend to have not only no room for 40 inches and up, but above all no money for the large format.
Accordingly, LG wants a new audience envisage a personal Smart TV, which is only 27 inches tall and still possesses all the functions that we know of the larger models. The LG MT93 has a Full HD resolution, IPS / 3D, 250 nits brightness, and not only supports WiDi, but also Miracast. 2x 7 Watt speakers are integrated and 2x HDMI (MHL Ready), Compsite, Component, three USB ports, and LAN. Magic Remote, USB QuickView, WOL ², 2D to 3D conversion and 3D glasses are also distributed 2EA. Continue reading LG Smart TV MT93 staff brings practical functions to 27 inches
Apparently, the information that Samsung is not an example of participation in the annual exhibition MWC 2013, was false. On the eve of the launch event in Barcelona, it was announced that Samsung is going to show the world their latest achievements in the field of television.
Representatives of the company Samsung reported that MWC 2013 the company will demonstrate its new service TV Discovery, which greatly simplifies the search process by integrating and relaying real-time information about the programs from a variety of sources, including services VoD (video on demand), traditional television or online services such as YouTube. Continue reading Samsung will demonstrate at MWC new services for TV
LG OLED HDTVs are still far from having entered the mainstream to be. Now, however, the Korean electronics giant LG is planning to invest nearly 490 million euros in new production facilities in Paju / South Korea. This is the OLED technology to be groomed for mass production. Currently, 55-inch OLED HDTV cost more than 10,000 euros. That is unlikely to change in the near future hopefully. For even if Apple’s Tim Cook thinks nothing of OLED. We believe in it. Read the PM after the break.
LG Display Announces Investment in New 8th generation OLED TV panel line
Seoul, Korea (February 18, 2013) – LG Display [NYSE: LPL, KRX: 034220], a leading innovator of display technology, announced today that it has decided to invest KRW 706 billion in a new 8th generation OLED TV panel manufacturing line 2.200 × 2.500 , to be installed at its P9 plans in Paju, South Korea. Continue reading LG invested 490 million euros in OLED HDTV production
Archos is a French manufacturer that has delivered in the past pretty good and inexpensive tablets. At CES in Las Vegas is of course Archos also represented and the french yesterday announced via press release that it will introduce some new. On the one hand they are “TV Connect” in your pocket. This is in principle a small Android-box that can be connected to the TV and you can pretty easily control joystick and remote control.
According to Archos it is a “multi-touch” feel so also created games without any problem. Of course, the device also wireless, and an Ethernet port. To connect to the TV is ready HDMI connections. For more hardware you can use the USB host port, to expand the memory with a microSD card.
In addition, you have full access to the Google Play store and can install all kinds of apps on the device. On the other hand, maintains technical Archos back yet. Available but it will be in February at a price of 149 €. Continue reading Archos Introduces TV Connect and Platinum tablet with high resolution display
In the coming week is the CES in 2013, and the manufacturers are already some new equipment, so you have next week in rest time to browse through them. Samsung has now unveiled two new monitors via a press release, which are optimized for Windows 8. The two call themselves Monintore Series 7 Touch (SC770) and Series 7 (SC750). The former comes with a multi-touch panel, 24-inch diagonal and a viewing angle of 178 degrees. He is inclined about 60 degrees. Continue reading Samsung reveals new Windows 8 optimized monitors – unfortunately only Full HD
A couple of days ago it was reported that Samsung is going to revolutionize the TV market. And it come to pass during the International Electronics Show CES 2013, which will take place in the first days of January.
The Korean company is going to show people “TV in an unprecedented new form factor”, in the sense of “do not come out of our time.” So what Samsung will present at the show in Vegas? The photo is a screen-like transparent monitor, located in portrait form. But it would be for real? Some believe that Samsung will show a very thin and light, super smart, frameless TV with voice and gesture control and resolution of UHD. Continue reading Samsung is preparing a revolution in the world of television
Some time ago, Google tried with the Google TV system, a breakthrough in the living room. This worked out at that time, unfortunately, not quite, and with Google TV 3.0 they now want to go another way. Rather than a separate box you want the whole thing directly into the house, the TV.
Contrary to the rumors that arose some time ago, but they now want to put Google TV system. This comes directly from LG itself and one has just announced via press release. Continue reading LG wird im Januar einige Fernseher mit Google TV vorstellen
Whom it does not matter which technique is a television production, and thus 55-inch OLED for 9000 Euro would just not enough, so times can watch a 75-inch model. Continue reading Samsung ES9000 75 inch LCD
We have already reported the news that LG Electronics has decided to start producing ultroshirokih monitors, and introduced a 29-inch novelty EA93. Now, we announce that the company has announced the upcoming European release of the display and said the cost.
Monitor for EA93 will ask 599 euros (about 764 dollars). Deliveries of new items should begin by the end of this month. Continue reading The first ultra monitor LG got a price tag