2012 Panasonic HDTV Plasma Prices Leaked
Updated 2/16/12 The retail prices and release dates for the entire 2012 Panasonic Plasma HDTV line have been leaked. How about a $1,799 60-inch and an $799 42-inch? All the numbery goodness after the jump.
CES 2012 Post Show Report Part Two-Vizio’s HDTV Line
Vizio once again displayed its new line off-site at a Las Vegas Hotel. While Vizio continues to be in the number one or two LCD HDTV sales position, they remain the only top five TV company to opt out of a booth at the Las…
5 New 2012 HDTV Technologies that are actually interesting
With the industry showcase CES over, and now that we’ve had a few days to recuperate, it’s time to take a look at new technologies coming out this year. For the most part, this year’s CES was about bigger, cheaper flat panels, but in the…
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 Sony’s HDTV Announcements
At CES 2012 Sony announced a dramatic shift in its television marketing, reducing the number of model series from six in 2011 to just four for 2012. The remaining series are the entry level BX, the step-up EX and the flagship HX models.
Samsung OLED! (and LED, Plasma and more…)
Samsung, today, unveiled a 55-inch “super” OLED flat panel TV. They also announced new LED LCD and plasma models. What makes them “super?” What makes the LED and plasmas “new?” All that, plus a lot of HD Guru-exclusive info, after the jump.
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.
US Version of LG’s 55-Inch OLED HDTV Revealed-First Photos
LG just announced the future of television with the US introduction next month (Jan.) of its 55-inch class (54.6-inch diagonal) Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. LG USA senior vice president James Fishler calls it “the ultimate display device” stating “This next-generation display will further…