Hands On: Sony’s XBR-84X900 and XBR-HX950
Today I got to take a close look at Sony’s new 84-inch, $25,000, 4K resolution LCD. It’s big, it’s beautiful, but is it worth it? Then there’s the local-dimming HX950 HDTV series, a rare breed itself. All the info after the jump.
Sony Announces Two New HDTV Series
Updated and Corrected Today Sony revealed the remainder of its 2012 HDTV product line. It consist of a 84-inch 4K edge-lit LED LCD with four times the resolution of HDTV (3840 x 2160) and a replacement for its current (2011) top of…
New Fiber Optic HDMI Cables Can Solve Long Length Install Issues
Running long HDMI cables through walls is not an easy proposition. Inexpensive cables tend to be inflexible, putting a lot of stress on the HDMI connectors. They are also thick making it difficult or sometimes impossible to get them through a wall or conduit. There’s…
2012 HDTV Technologies Worth Ignoring
A few weeks ago, we wrote about 2012 HDTV Technologies that are actually interesting. Now, let’s take a look at the other side of the pixel: tech worth ignoring. Either it has no use, or its use is so marginal, that it’s not worth your…
CES 2012 Post Show Report Part Three-Toshiba’s HDTV Line
Toshiba came to Las Vegas with nine new series of HDTVs. Its top series include Smart passive 3D models and all new slim styling. Toshiba also showed its latest iteration of glasses-less 3D TV with a promise of delivery later this year.
The HD GURU CES 2012 Top Pick Award Winners Announced
The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show is packed with new and innovative home theater products as all major home entertainment manufacturers debut their latest product lines. HD Guru and Geoff Morrison spent the week scouring press events and company booths seeking out the best new…
CES 2012 LG’s HDTV Line
LG comes to Las Vegas with the most innovative and advanced HDTV models they ever produced. New technology offered in its 2012 model line includes the first large screen OLED HDTV, the first 84″ HDTV with 4K resolution and more.