Monthly Archives: July 2010

Sharp Adds 3D TVs To Quattron Range

Following on the heels of Panasonic and Samsung, Sharp Electronics has revealed that they will begin shipping 3D TVs in the latter half of 2010. 3D technology has been all the range ever since the phenomenal success of Avatar, and it looks like there will be quite a bit of demand for 3D TVs in the coming months and years. ... Read More »

US Cinemagoers Show Fatigue Towards 3D Movies

The record-breaking box office success of Avatar 3D towards the end of last year has breathe life into 3D movies, with a number of film studios and producers eager to jump on the 3D bandwagon either by shooting in true 3D or by converting filmed 2D content to 3D post-production. But judging from a recent report on the proportion of ... Read More »

Sony KDL40EX703 Review

Like it or lump it, consumers’ apparent love for slim LED-sidelit LCD televisions probably isn’t going to go away any time soon. Samsung have aggressively pushed the concept, and so far we’ve seen other manufacturers introducing their own sidelit products to claim their share of the profits. The KDL40EX703 is the first LED sidelit LCD HDTV we’ve reviewed from Sony, ... Read More »

Panasonic Japan Launches 3D TV With Inbuilt BD & HDD Recorder

Although 3D televisions are still struggling to gain ground due to expensive upgrade costs, the need for compulsory 3D glasses and a generic lack of 3D content, Panasonic is moving full steam ahead to add even more products to its 3D TV range… at least in the company’s home turf. Panasonic has launched the Viera RT2B plasma series in Japan, ... Read More »

BBC Wants All Network Shows To Be Made In HD By April 2011

BBC has updated its official statement relating to the commissioning of high-def programmes, and it’s good news for HD enthusiasts and HDTV owners. From April 2011 onwards, the organisation will be expecting all network programmes to be made in high definition which is the preferred and recognised delivery format for any new BBC network show. BBC explains that this is ... Read More »