Monthly Archives: September 2010

Samsung Considering Using Google Android OS On Its HDTVs

Samsung may implement the Google Android operating system on the company’s future HDTV sets, which will allow users to access a variety of movies, music, games and applications directly on the TVs via broadband internet connection, according to a Bloomberg report originating from Seoul, Korea. Already the world’s number one TV manufacturer, Samsung is seeking to maintain or even grow ... Read More »

LG 31EL9500 31″ OLED TV Unveiled At IFA 2010

Having released a 15-inch OLED TV for sale to the public (albeit at a whooping price of £1,500) back in April, LG Electronics has gone one better at the IFA 2010 trade show in Berlin. Boasting a (diagonal) screen size of 31 inches, the LG 31EL9500 OLED TV delivers more than twice the amount of on-screen real estate compared to ... Read More »

Sharp LC-60LE925E Quattron 3D TV Launched At IFA 2010

Sharp has unveiled its first-ever 3D TV range – complemented by the company’s revolutionary Quattron technology which adds a yellow subpixel to the traditional red, green and blue – at the IFA 2010 expo in Berlin. However, only a 60-inch model, the Sharp LC-60LE925E, will be making its way to the UK, but even that has the misfortune of not ... Read More »

Toshiba Launches 40WL768/46WL768 3D TV & 40VL748 LED TV At IFA

Toshiba has launched a raft of new HDTVs at the IFA 2010 consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, including the company’s initial foray into 3D TVs (which is about 6 months later than when Panasonic and Samsung 3D TV sets first hit the market). Toshiba 40WL768/ 40WL768D Named the Regza WL768 series, Toshiba’s 3D TV range is available in three ... Read More »