Do you have a separate room for watching movies and playings games in your home? Do you love to watch your favorite movies on large screens and in the comfort of your home? Well, the newly announced 27 inch Apple LED cinema display could be an awesome choice for you. The 27-inch screen boasts 2560×1440 resolution, 178 degree viewing angle and LED back-lighting for instant on brightness.
After having the exclusive opportunity of seeing first hand the brand new Black Label Series LG Chocolate BL40 last week, here’s my first impressions of the new phone from LG and also some photos and videos from that night. It was one of the best LG events I’ve ever attended, LG wanted the launch night to be extraordinary and to do that they invited UK designer Wayne Hemmingway to celebrate the launch of the BL40.
What every phonemaker wants to accomplish when they launch a new handset is for people to think that it is like no other. For the LG BL40, LG wanted its first impression to be the phone of the future, to have an iconic design which makes it standout and distinct from any other.
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Hope everyone is having a good morning so far, we’d just like to start this bank holiday Monday with some facts about Blu-ray Disc technology which some may not already know.
Did you know that:
- Blu-ray can hold 32 times more audio than DVD
- Blu-ray can support eight separate channels of audio
- Blu-ray can deliver better-than-cinema quality sound
Check out the graphics below in which Sony explains Blu-ray isn’t just about seeing quality but also hearing it as well…
Thanks to Lucy for sending this in!
Sony has unveiled their new Blu-ray player (BDP-S360) and three new BRAVIA theatre systems: new HT-SS360, HT-SF360 and HT-FS3 surround sound systems which provide high definition sound quality to create superlative home theatre experiences.
The Sony BDP-S360 is an upgrade to the previous BDP-S350 model and comes equipped with Sony’s Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology, which means it can convert standard definition signals, customers can use their existing DVD movie libraries, to 1080p providing a near high definition picture.
Sony’s new home theatre systems boast Sony’s S-AIR wireless technology, so you don’t have to worry about messy wiring.
Details and full gallery of the Blu-ray player BDP-S360 right after the jump…
Straight after the Easter long weekend, Nikon has now announced the recently much rumored D5000. With a 2.7-inch articulating display, the D5000 is equipped with a 12.3 megapixel DX-format sensor that maxes out at ISO 3200 with a 4fps burst rate, sports one-button Live View, and 720/24p movie mode. Other features include an 11-point AF system with 3D focus tracking and 19 scene modes. With a number of high end features, the price tag is pretty heavy as well, the D5000 will cost $849 with a 18-55 VR kit lens, or $729 for just the body – not surprisingly, this price tag is just under that of the Canon T1i.
Sony recently announced a new series of HDTV stands – RHT-G Series. With the latest RHT-G Series, users get to enjoy both Sony’s home cinema surround audio tech and a smart place to place a large-screen TV. Of course, with all three of the RHT-G Series stands you won’t need to mess around with tons of cables from different pieces of hardware. Three models will be available, the RHT-G550 for 32-40-inch TVs, the RHT-G950 for use with 40-46-inch screen and the RHT-G1550 designed for 46-55-inch TVs.
Just recently revealed by Panasonic, tips so far suggests that pricing for the Panasonic TC-P54Z1 will at least be an awesome $5,999.95 when it begins shipping in June. It’s a huge 54-inch, only one inch thick and has got HDMI. Function wise, the Z1 sports a native contrast ratio of 40,000:1, 24Hz Cinematic Playback and THX Certification. The wireless HDMI box included within will read video and audio from your DVD, Blu-ray or Media Center PC to the HDTV, in addition the Z1 also has VIERA Link Internet connectivity and a VIERA Link SD card reader too. So how about it? Will you pay six grand?