June 17, 2010

Pro Gear - Inexpensive HD Camcorder


It's nice to see more affordable camcorders hit the market. Such is the case of the Pro Gear. With 1080p HD video capture, the DXG-A85V includes a 10mp still camera, a 3" LCD touch screen display and a 12X optical zoom. A unique dual capture mode allows you to record video and shoot photos simultaneously. The Pro Gear cam supports an Eye-Fi Wireless SD card and is a budget-friendly $271 with free shipping.


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May 24, 2010

Researchers Find Super Disc


A research team in Japan claim that they have a DVD that will hold 1000 times the amount of data as a Blu-ray disc, which holds 5 times the amount of data as an ordinary DVD. They have accomplished this by painting titanium oxide onto the disc that conducts electricity when put under light. There are no immediate plans to bring the discs to consumers but we expect it won't be long before the team finds an investor.

Via Physorg

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May 20, 2010

Panasonic Releases Viera R2B LCDs


Panasonic's Viera R2B Series LCDs come with 320GB HDD with a 20,000:1 contrast ratio and built-in Blu-ray Player, have Skype capability and VOD. Other features on the 37" TH-L37R2B and 32" TH-L32R2B include full range speakers, 2 HDMI ports, an SD/SDXC card slot, VIERA link and LAN.

Via EC Killer

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April 27, 2010

DISPLAX Super Thin Touchscreen


DISPLAX is a cleverly designed super thin polymer film touchscreen that can be placed on glass, plastic or wood. It can detect up to 16 touches (or even if someome blows on it!) simultaneously and its technology processes input signals it receives from a nanowire grid in the film itself. The DISPLAX will begin shipping in July.

Via Psyorg

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April 22, 2010

Motorola Develops 3D Update for DCX


Motorola has been working on 3D for about a decade and has announced a firmware update for their DCX set-top boxes. The software automatically detects and processes 3D signals while it adjusts onscreen graphics. Closed captioning, emergency alerts, text overlays and EPGs are all supported. No release date has been set as yet.

Via Motorola

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April 8, 2010

Dune BD Prime - Definitive HD


The Dune BD Prime 3.0 brings everything HD into one convenient box. It has full HD playback and a built-in Blu-ray drive. Play video, music and photos from any media source. Included are three USB 2.0 ports, eSATA port, Ethernet, HDMI 1.3, S/PDIF, 7.1 analog audio, 2.0 analog audio, component video and composite video. The Prime is available for $449.99.

Via Dune

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February 4, 2010

Boxee to Release Payment Platform


Admitting to the fact that they want to be more iTunish, Boxee has decided to release a Payment Platform this summer. They will offer TV shows, movies and channels with content partners with one remote click. This will include premium content, existing media and extras that are not otherwise available at prices not yet determined, although the company promises that it will be less than the 30% often charged by other app stores.

Via Boxxee

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February 1, 2010

Clamshell Home Projector


The Clamshell Home Projector opens up and displays images and video while also delivering sound with a built-in speaker. The design has a slotted cover to hide in and outputs, and the device features a start-up button. Available for $51.69, pre-order to get yours.

Via Uxsight

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December 31, 2009

Teclast C430T Video Player


Teclast's C430T can support video codecs H.264, DivX, XviD, MKV, VOB, MP4, WMV, AVI and FLV. It displays 720p video on its 4.3" touchscreen with an 800x480 resolution. The portable media player has 8GB internal storage, a USB OTG port and a TV-out port to show your fave movie on a larger screen.

Via Ubergizmo

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December 24, 2009

Nvidia's Entry Into 3D


Another company has jumped into the 3D fray. Nvidia is offering an entire package consisting of a GeForce GPU, Nvidia 3D Vision active-shutter 3D glasses and a 1080p, 3D LCD displays from Acer. The bundle will allow users to build a desktop PC for less than $1,000.00 so they can watch all those 3D Blu-ray movies, images and websites that will surely crop up, not to mention the video games that will follow.

Via Fareast Gizmos

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