Bang & Olufsen has announced plans to add a 103in model to its BeoVision 4-series TVs. Called the BeoVision 4-103, the set packs the same panel as inside the Panasonic TH-103PF9; after all who else could supply such panels? The surrounding package is a little different, though.
Obviously the same 1,920 x 1,080 resolution is present, but the image processing comes courtesy B&W's own BeoSystem 3 and VisionClear technology. Apparently tweaks include automatic re-calibration of colours and brightness every 120 hours of use - just to make sure everything is still okay.
As this accompanying video shows, the TV is set on a stand which rises when turned on to reveal a loudspeaker. Sure, it's a gimmick but if I were spending around €100,000 on a television that's exactly the kind of pointless but cool feature I'd want!
Awesome stand aside, given they use the same panel, the choice between the B&O and Panasonic set seems to come down to whether B&O's audio kit is also of interest. That and UK pricing once the BeoVision 4-103 is available in July.
Oh dont mind to you give your kids or your little cute cousin a cute Stich LCD TV on his/her birthday. Well, maybe your lovely girl also likes it too. The Stitch LCD TV is a 20-incher that comes with 1680 x 1050 pixels, HDMI, D4, and even a B-CAS card reader. But its price will make your eyes fall, which cost you 100,000 Yen which is around €800...madness! They now make expensive toys for children but this is the best latest gadgets for children though ;)
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This is the good news for those who's looking for a new TV. As Philips has admitted the 21:9 will be available as soon as June - little over three months away for those of you who've noticed we're near the end of February. So get saving.
Now let's present the characteristics Cinema 21:9
Ultimately, Philips Cinema 21:9 television is perfect for those who want to extend the movie experience even within the walls of his houseit's going to be 4,000 euros about £3,500 and $5000
I dont know if you guys ever seen a phone which can turn 180 degree, but the JinPeng does. The JinPeng A888 looks a bit like the Nokia N93i. It is a TV mobile phone that comes with 180 degrees rotary 2.6-inch touch screen, 1.3-megapixel camera, dual SIM slot, Bluetooth, integrated MP3 and MP4 player, radio, and microSD slot. I dont really like the dock where they use to turn the screen, it's quite thick but I guess, without it JinPeng can not be turned.. This is a very tiny TV huh! See more pictures of JinPeng
wow, it's how amazing development of technology! now we have TV hang on our bag. You are no longer feeling bored while sitting in public transportation, an Ipod touch seems not as handy as this tv bag huh! well, let's go some information about this tvbag. Bagtv is range of handbags featuring an integrated 7″ DVD/MP3 player and digital photo viewer. Available in range of colours and finishes, Bagtv ensures you’re never without stylish accompaniment and entertainment anywhere you go. It has 2.5 hours of battery life and you can connect it to a PC for uploading your pics and vids or plug in an SD card.
Hang it on the back of the loo door and catch up on Sex and City, show off your latest pics to the gals down the pub or simply chill out to some tunes on the tube home. I promise, no one will look at you strangely as you plug yourself in and stare at your handbag. Well no more than usual.
Bagtv is a totally new concept in bag design, combining bespoke luxury bags with high tech electronic equipment.The first in a range of new products, is a beautifully crafted ladies hand-bag, which comes in a range of cool colours, leathers, and fabrics, integrated with a high quality 7in TV screen combining, DVD, and Mpeg player.
It also has an SD memory card slot, much like any digital photo frames, for storing your media content. Available in seven colors, the BagTV will set you back £295 ($435), and they do offer international shipping for additional £9.50 ($14.00). So there, $450 will get you the geekiest and chicest handbag on the block.