Monthly Archives: November 2010

Samsung PS50C6900 Plasma 3D TV Review

You could be forgiven for forgetting, but the LCD innovators at Samsung do produce Plasma HDTVs, too. We’ve been asking the company if we can take a look at one of their 3D-capable PDPs – such as the Samsung PS50C6900 – for some time now, but Samsung’s publicity focus is on their LED LCD sets. As a result, we’ve been ... Read More »

Panasonic Makes The Most Reliable HDTV Sets: PC World Survey

Panasonic makes the most reliable HDTV displays in the year 2010, according to an owner satisfaction survey conducted by PC World magazine. The Japanese corporation claimed this year’s HDTV reliability throne ahead of other TV manufacturers such as LG, Sony and Samsung. Each year PC World asks its readers to rate the support and service among the major technology brands ... Read More »

Sony Throws In Free PS3, GT5 & 3D Glasses For 3D TV Buyers

Coinciding with the long-awaited launch of the Gran Turismo 5 (GT5) racing game on the Playstation 3 (PS3) platform, Sony is giving away for free a copy of the game and a PS3 console, along with two pairs of 3D glasses and a 3D sync transmitter with every Sony 3D TV purchase. The offer is available in Sony Centre stores ... Read More »

Toshiba & Vizio May Unveil Google TV HDTV Sets At CES 2011

TV manufacturers Toshiba and Vizio are planning to unveil HDTV sets powered by the Google TV software at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, according to inside sources at the two companies who wish to remain unidentified. If true, the backing of these TV makers will come as a timely boost for Google who has in recent ... Read More »

Brits Prefer Big-Screen HDTVs Over Handhelds For Watching TV

Despite the emergence of new media consumption technologies such as IPTV (internet-protocol television) and mobile TV viewing, the majority of UK viewers prefer watching TV on large-screen HDTVs in the comfort of their living rooms, according to a new study that looked into the increasing influence of television viewing on the lives of British people. Out of more than 2000 ... Read More »