Monthly Archives: January 2012

Panasonic VT50, GT50 & ST50 3D Plasmas Launched At CES 2012

Panasonic has launched its 2012 Smart Viera range of 3D plasma TVs amid little fanfare at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 in Las Vegas. Usually products that excite videophiles all around the world (especially since the withdrawal of Pioneer from the TV market), Panasonic HDTV models received surprisingly little mention at the Japanese manufacturer’s CES 2012 press conference which ... Read More »

Samsung Unveils Own 55-Inch Super OLED TV To Match LG

Not wanting to be outdone by its cross-town rival LG, Samsung Electronics has just pulled the covers off its very own OLED TV, which also happens to be 55 inches in screen size. Guess the honour of “the world’s largest OLED television” will have to be shared by these two Korean HDTV manufacturers. Samsung unveils own 55-inch Super OLED TV ... Read More »

LG 55EM9600 55-Inch OLED TV Breaks Cover At CES 2012

The LG 55EM9600, reputedly the world’s largest OLED TV, has been launched at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 in Las Vegas today. LG Electronics has been building up hype about this revolutionary display even one week prior to CES 2012, so naturally the EM9600 is the undisputed star at the company’s press conference (and perhaps even the entire event). ... Read More »

Sony Adds BBC News App To UK Bravia Internet TVs

Sony has today announced the imminent addition of the BBC News app to its Sony Entertainment Network portal that is available on its 2011 UK range of web-enabled Bravia HDTV displays. This is the second video-on-demand (VoD) application from the Beeb to grace the Japanese manufacturer’s internet-connected platform, following the introduction of the ever-popular BBC iPlayer to what was then ... Read More »

LCD Still No.1 TV Technology In 2012, 68% Being LED-Lit

Recently released figures from prominent market research firm DisplaySearch have shown that LCD is expected to remain the number one television display technology in 2012, with LCD TV shipments set to increase by 9 percent over the course of the year, rising from 206 million units last year to 225 million units this year. LCD still No. 1 TV technology ... Read More »