Warpia has this hebdomad disclosed a new acquisition to their compass of products with the propulsion of their new ConnectHD recording conferencing pattern. The ConnectHD is outfitted with an late wide-angle wireless webcam and multidirectional mike, providing you with an soft way to add recording conferencing to your Telecasting. Follow the video after the descent to see it in mechanism.
The system consists of a 720p wide angle webcam with 1080p PC to TV streaming passthrough, HDMI Connector, and 48 kHz, 16-bit Stereo via audio jack or HDMI connector.
The ConnectHD will also allow you to stream content wirelessly in up to 1080p HD from any laptop or PC to an HDTV, and supports 32-bit True Colour support with display resolutions of up to 1920 x 1080 (SXGA+). TheConnectHD is now available to purchase for $200 directly from the Warpia website.
LG’s 2012 Cinema 3D Sharp TV line-up faculty be the firstborn televisions to natively supporting Intel WiDi, the mar manufacturers Wireless Exhibit running video acceptable. The command will see LG’s sets competent of displaying cognition streamed from Intel WiDi-compliant laptops and computers, via WiFi, without the necessary to block in a independent musician as has been the happening to-date.
The product of gadgets that gift be competent to spurt recording over to LG’s new TVs via WiDi is set to increment, nonetheless. The technology is gradually viewing up in smartphones, and is a natively gimbaled film in Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon S4 chipsets, so the likeliness is that much than upright laptops will be capable of actuation their accumulation to the big screen. Existence healthy to use a sound in that manner is arguably more utilitarian, in fact, since you could easily set up a mini-office or gaming send without being caught up in HDMI cables.
WiDi use should also be relatively transparent to the soul, with no brisk WiFi unification – such as to a router – being required, nor indeed an internet connexion. Instead, a point-to-point contrivance is planted with the TV itself.
The first new LG Cinema 3D Smart TV sets with integrated WiDi support will be shown at CES 2012 next month. No word on how much the new models will be, nor when they will go on sale.
LG today announced the availability of a new flagship TV, called the 55-inch Nano Full LED Cinema LW9800 3D HDTV, that’s the first to offer passive 3D technology along with THX certification. The 55LW9800 features a full-array LED local dimming backlight with a new “Nano” backlighting technology to ensure uniform light distribution.
The 55LW9800 features a unique film-pattern retarder that makes it the first 3D TV to utilize flicker-free passive 3D technology to achieve both 2D and 3D THX Display Cerfitication. Attaining the THX certification is no simple feat and requires more than 400 THX tests to evaluate both left- and right-eye images for color accuracy, viewing angles, and video processing performance.
The TV also comes with the LG Smart TV internet hub that provides access to various on-demand content, web browsing, and apps. New services available to LG Smart TV include Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, MOG, and Skype. The 55LW9800 is priced at $3,799.99.
Mobile HD kit was created by a company called DVDO in order to simplify the lives of those turns a lot and want to minimize footprint and cable clutter.
The Mobile HD is an adapter all-in-one HDMI-MHL can recharge their electronic gadgets and smartphones can also connect to a display with an HDMI cable. The tablet or smartphones that support the MHL can be controlled via the TV remote control or projector and also reloaded while streaming.
It ‘can also connect to a computer and transfer data: charge, sync and video all in one versatile kit. To fulfill its duty, the DVDO HD Mobile contains a practical system of winding-A USB cable of 50cm, a micro USB cable and an HDMI cable of 20 cm by 90 cm. The price per hour is still unknown.
LG introduces in Korea the new LW980S CINEMA 3D HDTV featuring the NANO FULL LED backlighting technology. According to LG, with an extremely thin film printed with minuscule dots, NANO FULL LED disperses light more evenly across the screen, to create brighter, clearer and smoother pictures.
Available in 47-inch and 55-inch screen sizes, the LW980S series feature Full HD resolution, TruMotion 400Hz for smooth images, and 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Sporting the CINEMA 3D technology, the new series delivers flicker-free 3D images and offers 2D to 3D conversion technology that guarantees a ready supply of shows and movies in high quality 3D. The LW980S has built-in WiFi and comes with Smart TV and LG Apps. It also comes comes with comfortable, lightweight glasses that don’t need to be recharged and are easily replaceable.
LG will showcase the LW980S series at IFA Berlin on 2-7 September in Germany.
The Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 will be released in the Japanese market in September 2011. The new HDTV features a 1,366×768 IPS panel with a 1,100:1 contrast ratio, a digital TV tuner and USB recording features. What makes the Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 special is that it has a Power Saving button on its remote, which is capable to reduce the TV’s brightness up to 75% without image quality loss or any other kind of image degradation. The Toshiba REGZA 32BC3 HDTV is priced at 65,000 Yen or around $826.
That we didn’t spot a successor to Mitsubishi’s well-received line of Unisen LCD HDTVs at CES 2011 should have been a signal, but now the company has made it official — it is downsizing TV operations, closing some offices and leaving the LCD TV business entirely. As the only company still selling rear projection sets to consumers, a letter from senior VP Cayce Blanchard (included after the break) indicates the plan is to focus on selling DLP and Laservue TVs in sizes above 73-inches where its flat panel competitors rarely reach. It will also keep selling projectors, display walls, printers and large public display screens — like the Cowboys Stadium set — to other companies. Of course, as sad as everyone is to see the LCDs go, that just means there’s even more time to focus on the 92-inch DLP that should hit shelves later this year. Time well spent, we’d say.