Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 7-40 3D TV Comes With Integrated Blu-ray Player

The premium electronics brand, Bang & Olufsen, has unveiled the BeoVision 7-40 3D HDTV that comes complete with a built-in Blu-ray player. The new BeoVision 7-40 uses two-sided edge-type LED backlighting with 1.5D local dimming, which improves the contrast level. What’s more, the screen also supports a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz and provides a 450 cd/m2 of brightness.
Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 7-40 3D HDTV with Built-In Blu-ray Player

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 7-40 3D HDTV with Built-In Blu-ray Player

For viewing 3D images this has to be used together with active shutter glasses, and the 3DTV also features the so called VisionClear package of advanced video processing technologies that were designed to work together for improving the quality of the images displayed. Also, Bang & Olufsen has made sure that the TV’s 3D capabilities do not, in any way whatsoever, compromise on 2D viewing, giving that most viewers prefer watching television in 2D on a daily basis. Additional features include a motorized stand, a built-in sensor which measures ambient light, a built-in digital surround sound module, a wide series of video inputs, and support for the Beo6 remote. The BeoVision 7-40 is currently available via authorized Bang & Olufsen dealers. [Bang & Olufsen]

Limited Edition Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle TV

Of the latest things that come in Limited Edition, we now have Bang & Olufsen televisions too. If you loved the BeoVision 10-46 but missed the bus, then world renowned audio and video manifacturer is just out with yet another limited edition version called the Chanterelle TV.  Inspired by Scandinavian interiors and the warmth of the color wood represents, the Chanterelle collection carries an earthy and sleek look which was seen in the earlier collection. The quality of product is of course complimentary.
Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Limited Edition Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Apart from its new colour scheme, the TV itself is the same as the conventional BeoVision 10-46; Full HD (1080p), with edge LED backlighting and has a 200/240Hz refresh rate depending on the region. Naturally, the 46 suffix is a clue to its screen size, 46 inches, and has an integrated stereo speaker that can double as a centre speaker in a surround sound set-up (with connections all supplied on the set itself). Like all modern flat panel TV, it can be mounted on the wall or you could just let it sit on the floor. The unobtrusive stand concealed behind the TV allows it to lean back like a painting readying for a gallery show, while a pair of thin, anodized spikes in matching color, appears to lift the TV up. Also available for purchase, and for only those who buy the TV are Beolab 6002 speakers which shall also be available in the same Chantrelle color. The rear part is made in dark-brown anodised aluminium and the front fabric matches the front of BeoVision 10. The BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle Edition was envisioned and the completed by David Lewis Design Studio that saw this new television as a means of providing a unique appeal to the edition and help it stand out among the rest in the markets. Only 500 BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle TVs will be made, with numbers 8 and 88 already having been sold to Chinese customers (the number 8 is considered very lucky in Chinese culture). The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle costs £7,400 ($11,670), the BeoLab 6002 Chanterelle speaker £2,600 ($4,100), and the easel stand £360 ($565). [youtube][/youtube]
Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle
Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle

Panasonic Unveil Massive 103-inch 3D TV

Panasonic's 103-inch 3D TV Panasonic’s 103-inch 3D TV Panasonic has launched its massive 103-inch 3D plasma, the TH-P103MT2. The TV also comes with a price tag to match its dimensions and will be retailing in Japan for the equivalent of around $100,000. For that money you’ll get four HDMI ports, full 1080p 1920 x 1080p resolution, a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 and just one pair of 3D glasses. Well, that’s a bummer. I guess friends will just have to shell out for their own Gucci or Oakley 3D glasses when I invite them over to watch Avatar in 3D.

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-32 inch – the Slimmest Flat Screen TV

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-32 inch LED TV Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10-32 inch LED TV With the new 32-inch version of the successful BeoVision 10, Bang & Olufsen continues the success of the BeoVision 40 and 46-inch model. Like all the other models in the BeoVision 10 Series, the 32-inch model features a 1920x1080p HD resolution, LED Backlit, a 5000:1 contrast ratio, 240Hz refresh rate and a 450cd/m2 brightness and built-in DVB-HD tuner. BeoVision 10-32 also features removable front fabric in varied hues and polished aluminum frame to give it a slimmer look. You can opt for a black or white rear depending on the decor of your room. Despite its ultra slim profile, BeoVision 10 stays loyal to the celebrated Bang & Olufsen tradition for great sounding televisions with high quality speakers and amplifiers built into the cabinet. As expected, the BeoVision 10-32 includes an active, two-way loudspeaker system with high quality drivers that deliver an unrivalled sound quality compared to other TVs of this size.

Ad Notam’s 3D Mirror TV Line Takes 3D Experience to a New Level

Ad Notam's 3D Mirror TV Line Ad Notam’s 3D Mirror TV Line Ad Notam presents the wonder of 3D and high resolution LCD combined with customised mirror and glass solutions for countless applications. Combining the two revolutionary ideas of mirror televisions and 3D technology, Ad Notam takes the Mirror TV to a whole new dimension. The company’s 46.0” diagonal monitor has an integrated 3D formatter box for converting Above & Below or Side-By-Side 3D format into 3D mode for 2D content. The other highlights include a full HD resolution at 16:9 format, and 3D stereo through horizontal interlaced 3D stereo signal.

Mitsubishi 155-inch Diamond Vision Modular OLED – World’s First Large-scale OLED Screen

Mitsubishi 155-inch Diamond Vision Modular OLED Mitsubishi 155-inch Diamond Vision Modular OLED Mitsubishi certainly thinks that bigger is better, and has prepared its 100-inch Diamond Vision OLED display to go on sale from September 21st onwards. Of course, those who are feeling extra flush can always fork out more for larger sizes, which will hopefully include the 155-inch prototype. Diamond Vision is a huge 155-inch OLED display is a join collaboration product between Pioneer and Mitsubishi, from the prototype model, it has a brightness of 1,200cd/m², twice the constrast offers by standar LED display. The Diamond Vision which was announced in October 2009 is meant for indoor use, where each module measures 234mm x 234mm with 128 x 128 resolution. This means each pixel is around 3mm in size, where you will need to view the displays from at least a couple of meters away.

D-Link’s Boxee Box Available for Pre-order Exclusively Through Amazon

D-Link's Boxee Box D-Link’s Boxee Box D-Link has announced that its widely anticipated Boxee Box is available for pre-order for $199. The pre-order is being conducted exclusively through Amazon, but international consumers will be pleased to hear that the device will be available in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. The Boxee Box by D-Link reinterprets what TV should be. The Boxee Box delivers movies, TV shows, music, and photos from a user’s computer, home network, and the Internet to their HDTV with no PC needed. In addition to video content, Boxee users can access great music from sites like Pandora,, shoutcast and We are Hunted as well as stunning photos from sites like flickr and Picasa. Additionally, Boxee’s core social features make it easy for friends to discover new content from each other through social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and more.

Panasonic 152 Inch 4K Plasma HDTV Available This Fall

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Panasonic is demonstrating one of the biggest plasma displays that we’ve ever clapped eyes on – it’s a massive 152 inches Plasma TV. Those who were seduced by the charms of this large offering can now finally take this baby home as Panasonic has announced, it will begin shipping the 152 inch monster this fall.
Panasonics 152 Inch Plasma TV

Panasonics 152 Inch Plasma TV

The display has a 4096×2160 resolution, which is equivalent to nine 50-inch screens. The aspect ratio is 17:9, and the set is mostly meant for use in work such as 3D CAD work, health care, although it’s also seen as being useful for ultra-luxury home theaters. Just in case 4096 x 2160 is too much resolution, there are 103- and 85-inch 1080p versions available as well. Several breakthrough technologies enable the 3D displays´ Full-HD images and even improve 2D performance. Panasonic´s 3D ultra high-speed drive technology and new motion prediction technology eliminate crosstalk (ghosting) between left and right images to produce super fine crisp images, and facilitate an overwhelming, near-infinite contrast ratio of 5,000,000:12, around twice the tone gradation of conventional models3, as well as excellent color reproduction.

Samsung i8910 HD Gold Edition – First Smartphone Equipped with 720P HD Video

The Samsung I8910 HD Gold Edition brings together high performance, style, multimedia and functionality in one device. This special edition comes in two fashionable colors — Champagne Gold and Luxury Brown — both of which are inlayed with 24 karat gold, giving the device an extra touch of style.

Samsung i8910 HD Gold

The Gold Edition package also includes a leather case, together with special accessories including a mini-cradle and TV-out cable to enhance its superb multimedia features. At the same time, the device also comes with high performance capabilities, including HD quality (720p) video capture, a 3.7-inch auto-rotating AMOLED display for a great viewing experience. Users can enjoy HD content on an HDTV via DLNA technology and share real-time live video via the video sharing site The 16:9 screen with 16 million colors and dual stereo speakers allow users to experience SD (Standard Definition) and HD videos in cinema-scale quality.