The new Panasonic PT-AX200U projector boasts a 1,280 x 720 native resolution, a 220-W UHM lamp and optical unit that generate 2,000 lumens of brightness, 6,000:1 contrast ratio, two HDMI ports, and the company’s own Light Harmonizer 2 image technology. This HD projector should be available in October. Pricing info is still unknown.
Panasonic’s PT-AE2000U is a HT-centric LCD projector which comes with a stunning 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution, 1,500 lumens of brightness, and 10,000:1 contrast ratio. Available in black, the projector also includes Panny’s Detail Clarity Processor to sharpen up those edges, Pure Color Filter Pro, and Smooth Screen technology to “reduce the black lines between pixels.” Additionally, this projector features Split Adjust mode which “allows users to split the screen into two halves, one to make picture adjustments and one to see those adjustments as a baseline reference”. It also comes with three HDMI ports. The Panasonic PT-AE2000U will be available in October. No word on pricing so far.
HP’s iPAQ 600 Business Navigator has an integrated GPS, a 2.8-inch touch screen, 128MB of RAM, 256MB of ROM, 3MP autofocus digital camera, WiFi, and Windows Mobile 6 Professional. The smartphone is powered by 520MHz Marvell PXA270 processor. Meanwhile, the iPAQ 900 series offers a standard QWERTY keypad, and a 2.46-inch display. Both cell phones will be released in December.
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Sony’s new Î±700 12 Megapixel DSLR camera comes with Image censor and BIONZ image procession technology. The digicam comes jam packed with a magnesium alloy body, HDMI output, 3 Inch Extra Fine LCD, AF 11 points, a 5Fps setting (BIONZ Technology) and Dual Memory Slot (CF and Memory Stick). Hit the jump to see more pictures.
Here is the first video of the iPod touch in action. Enjoy it! Hit the jump to watch the video.
Meridian unveiled the iRIS universal dock for iPod which claims to pump out your stored videos in resolutions as high as 1080p via HDMI. This iPod dock adopts the Qdeo digital processing engine, which “empowers the Meridian iRIS to derive upscaled and upconverted video—including full-HD-format 1080-progressive mode—with unprecedented quality.” The iRIS universal dock for iPod will be released in November for $379.
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Here is Sony’s new BDP-S500 Blu-ray player which was introduced at IFA 2007 last week. The player provides HDMI 1.3, 1080p/60 and 24p output, 7.1-channel Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD and DTS-HD1, separate audio / video boards to minimize interference, and a “rigid drive bracket” to minimize vibrations. The S2000ES will be available soon for $1300.
Sony announced the new HES-V1000 media server at CEDIA today. It is a massive Blue-ray disc-changer to keep all your media in one place. The HES-V1000 boasts Sony’s x-Pict Story HD and x-ScrapBook, two slide show utilities that probably make your family photos seem more compelling than they actually are. This home entertainment center will be available in October for the low price of $3,500.