Tuesday, January 29, 2013

All the UltraHigh-Definition TV’S-CES2013

This year, TV makers are doing their best to give huge-screen fanatics more breathing room. New “ultrahigh-definition” sets were shown off Monday by LG Electronics Inc., Sharp Corp., Sony Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. at the International CES gadget show in Las Vegas.Here are some features of some tvs that caught our eye :
Samsung :
“We have developed TVs that respond to people’s needs and lifestyles, TVs that know in advance what people want to watch, TVs that have the power to create the ultimate lean-back experience,” Yoon said.
  • Emphasis on S-recommend feature
  • Ability to upgrade the software of 2012 models with just an attachment
  • ability to watch two things simultaneously on a television


Sony :
  • 55″ , 65″ and a massive 84″ Ultra high def TV
  •  Triluminous display with the company’s X-Reality PRO and Motionflow XR960 technology
  • WiFi and NFC one-touch screen mirroring
  • Mastered in 4K
  • quad core processors

Panasonic :
  • Panasonic unveiled a feature called My Home Screen, a new personalized home page feature
  • Swipe & Share 2.0
  • Viera 2013 HD TV lineup: 16 plasmas, 16 LEDs. From 42 to 65 inches in plasma; 32 to 65 inches in LED.
  • NO mention of 4k TVs !

Sharp :
  •  90-inch Aquos TV
  •  there are plenty of choices in the 60-, 70- and 80-inch screen sizes
  • ultra-thin bezels and brushed aluminum frames, and the four-color Quattron technology
  •  SmartCentral smart TV platform, with dual-core processors

LG :
  •  unveiled the GA7900
  • TV works with a Bluetooth remote that has a keyboard on the back
  • This is one of seven new Google TVs the company is showing off at CES this year
  •  55-inch and 65-inch Ultra HD TVs along with an entry level 55-inch OLED TV.

Vizio :
  •  Vizio is throwing its hat into the Ultra HD TV arena with 65- and 70-inch sets in its XVT series. The company is also offering a glimpse of its vision of 3D that doesn’t require special glasses.While these were the main TVs that caught the eye , i really don’t know about the practicality of such humungous beauties ! Another major factor will be the the price poing which could go upto as high as 25,000$ ! Only time will tell how these manufacturers fair in the real world.
  • The TVs will include HDMI inputs that support native 4K content
  • Vizio is also taking the wraps off a new M-series line of 1080p LCD TVs that sport a stylized, ultra-thin industrial design, passive 3D technology, an enhanced smart TV Internet platform, support for Flash and HTML, and larger 70- and 80-inch screen sizes.

These were just some cherrypicks of the many many TVs launched ! Stay tuned for more action from ces 2013 !

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