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LG reveals more details about its Ultra HD lineup for 2013

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LG has announced more details about its upcoming lineup of eco-friendly Ultra HD TV’s, which it will be showcasing at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week. Starting with an updated remote control, which has apparently been tweaked for a better user experience, including a voice recognition system for searching and filtering content. Then comes an…

LG Display announces multiple Ultra HDTV’s

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LG Display, one of the core display manufacturers for LG Electronics and several other companies, will be unveiling 55-, 65-, and 84-inch 4K Ultra HD screens at CES 2013 in early January, according to a press release. They will also be exhibiting a 30-inch high resolution 4K Ultra HD computer monitor. LG Display is primarily focused…

Parameter values for ultra high definition television

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For those who are interested, the ITU has provided a technical recommendation document for the Ultra High Definition Television format. “Ultra-high definition television (UHDTV) will provide viewers with an enhanced visual experience primarily by having a wide field of view both horizontally and vertically with appropriate screen sizes relevant to usage at home and in public places….

Samsung to showcase 110-inch Ultra HD TV at CES 2013

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If rumors are true, Samsung will be announcing a 110-inch Ultra HD display at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in early January. This would be the largest Ultra HDTV announced to date. According to the source, a unnamed Samsung official was quoted saying, “At the next year’s CES to be open on January 8…

Sharp Unveils 64-inch $31,000 UltraHDTV

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Sharp unveiled it’s brand new THX-certified 64-inch UltraHDTV Display (What is UltraHDTV?), known as the ICC Purios. It has a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160, which meets the standards of the 4K UltraHD format. It also sports 4 HDMI inputs, 2 USB ports, an ethernet port, and WiFi capability. In addition, it will also have a 35-watt…

Sony’s $25,000 UltraHDTV

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — “The Amazing Spiderman,” ”Taxi Driver” and “The Karate Kid” are getting some real resolution. The new, restored and rebooted films from Sony Pictures are among the content coming pre-loaded on a video player bundled with Sony’s first ultra-high-definition television, a massive 84-inch (213-centimeter) set that retails for $24,999.99 and features nearly…