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LCDs

Nexxion Curve LCD TV

by FreshEffect on June 22, 2006

Nexxion Curve LCD TV

The 15-inch Nexxion Curve LCD TV comes in size different colors and features a built-in DVD player, 1024 x 768 resolution, 500:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 12ms response time, 3W x 2 speakers, and a 160-degree viewing angle. The Nexxion Curve LCD TV is available in Japan for $390. Via Nexxion.

Viewsonic’s New LCD HDTV Monitors

by Johan on June 5, 2006

Viewsonic's New LCD HDTV Monitors

Viewsonic launches two new LCD monitors; the 27-inch Viewsonic N2751w and 32-inch Viewsonic N3251w. Both are offer one HDMI input (DVI compatible), 8ms response time, 1366×768 resolution, and 720p / 1080i HD input signals, S/PDIF digital audio outputs, and an integrated digital ATSC tuners. The Viewsonic N2751W has an estimated price of $799 while the Viewsonic N3251W is set at $999. Via HDBeat.

Sanyo LCD TV

by FreshEffect on April 27, 2006

Sanyo LCD TV

Sanyo has just released their “CAPUJO” line of LCD TVs. They are available in 32-inch (LCD-32HD100) or 27-inch (LCD-27HD100) models. Both feature a 1366 x 768 native resolution, 160GB HDD, VISON image enhancemnet technology, an HDMI port, USB 2.0 connectivity, digital/analog tuners, and 5W x 2ch speakers. They’re now available in Japan for $2,546. Via Akihabara News.

Evesham Widescreen LCD TV

by FreshEffect on March 28, 2006

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Here’s the latest LCD TV from Evesham. This television is 32-inches, and it is HD ready(720p/1080i). Another key feature to this already spectacular looking television is that it can do Picture in Picture. That allows you to watch multiple channels and connect to the computer and watch TV at the same time. At £750, expect to get your moneys worth. Via Bios Magazine.

CeBIT: Sharp’s 2-Way Viewing Angle LCD

by FreshEffect on March 19, 2006

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With a parallax barrier superimposed on a normal TFT-LCD, these Sharp displays can show different information simultaneously depending on the viewing angle. With a parallax barrier superimposed on a normal TFT-LCD, these Sharp displays can show different information simultaneously depending on the viewing angle. Via TechEBlog.