This is Samsung's first multi-touch display made for Windows 8, and it features a resolution of 1920x1080. For more information please check out Samsung's website ...
"Samsung Electronics debuted two new additions to its lineup of premium monitors, putting professional-grade picture quality within reach for professional and consumer audiences alike. The innovative Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor comes optimized for Windows 8."
"The TV connect allows you to control your TV just like a tablet - tap, swipe, zoom in, zoom out, select or type. With the TV connect users will be able to play games, stream videos, video chat in HD, email friends or surf the web all from their big screen TV. The ARCHOS TV connect runs Android 4.1TM 'Jelly Bean' and will be available starting in February, 2013."
Press Release: New Flagship JVC Camera Designed to Capture Fast-Moving Action
LAS VEGAS, January 8, 2013 – A new premium camcorder designed to capture high-quality video of fast-moving action was announced today by JVCKENWOOD Corporation. The new Procision JVC GC-PX100 offers high bit rate progressive recording to deliver high resolution HD images and Full HD slow-motion video. The camera's high performance combines with Wi-Fi connectivity and a range of free specialized apps to make the GC-PX100 ideal for capturing and analyzing fast-moving action.
The camera shoots Full HD 1920 x 1080/60p video at 36Mbps, a bit rate that allows Full HD slow-motion playback, perfect for motion analysis or special effects. Premium performance is further assured by the fast F1.2 lens, 1/2.3" 12.8 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and optical image stabilization. Five shooting speeds are available, ranging from 120fps to 600fps, easily selected using a dial conveniently located next to the lens.
It's here and their the first to release such a TV ... a 55in (140cm) OLED TV. It will be showcased at the CES 2013 next week in Las vegas.
"LG has launched a 55in (140cm) OLED TV - kickstarting a battle over the next-generation of high-quality screens. OLED - which means organic light-emitting diode - is more energy efficient than LCD (liquid crystal display) and plasma-based alternatives.
LG's model will be sold in South Korea first with other markets, including Europe, to follow thereafter. Both LG and Samsung announced 55in OLEDs last year, but LG is the first to make its available.
The firms showcased their televisions at last January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, but until now neither company had managed to get a product to market. LG's headstart on its rival helped give it a 5.4% share price boost on Wednesday.
The 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) OLED television will sell for 11 million won ($10,300; £6,300). Analysts said the technology was unlikely to become more affordable until at least 2015 - but that this latest release was more about cementing LG's position as a market leader."
Press Release: SEOUL, Jan. 2, 2013 -– LG Electronics (LG) announced today that it will begin accepting pre-orders for its eagerly-awaited 55-inch class (54.6-inch diagonal) WRGB OLED TV (Model 55EM9700) in South Korea this month with deliveries scheduled to begin next month.
Other markets where the revolutionary LG OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TV will be available will be announced over the next several weeks along with their respective prices. The announcement comes just days before the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where an early version of the TV last year was awarded “Best of Show.”
Interesting ... a bit likethe rollable AMOLED screens from Samsung, but these wires can s-t-r-e-t-c-h ...
"Researchers turned liquid metal into wires that are capable of stretching eight times their normal length. Electronic accessories such as headphones and chargers could get a huge boost from a recent North Carolina State University study. The study, led by NC State Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Dr. Michael Dickey, has turned liquid metal into wires that are capable of stretching eight times their normal length.
This is how it works: a thin tube made of elastic polymer is filled with a liquid metal alloy of gallium and indium. Unlike previous studies, the elastic polymer and liquid metal alloys are kept separate so that the metals can conduct electricity without diminishing elasticity."
Seemingly unknow brand, TVpad is creating a huge stir among the TV lovers around the world. It's an Android based device that lets you watch Chinese TV channels (from China, Hong Kong and most of Asia) for FREE. That's right! no license or subscription fees ... Chinese movies, TV series, sports and news channels are directly streamed to your device!
TVpad is a set top box, in simple words a mini-computer-like device that uses a TV as a display monitor, and a remote controller in place of a mouse. In terms of hardware, TVpad uses a widely used processor that is used in panel computers, and it chooses to use Android as its operating system. The user can customize the TVpad with Apps based on personal needs and preferences, turning a seemingly ordinary TV into a multi-functional media wizard. With this set top box, your TV will become as flexible as a computer and will have unlimited potential waiting to be explored.
Just like our computers, there are numerous apps available to be installed for a variety of needs. A few simple installations are all you need to fully enjoy the maximum entertainment and quality experience offered by the TVPad.
The ultimate display ... with 8 thousand pixels wide. Imagine watching a 33 mega pixel video shot at 120 frames per second! The video is SO high-res, it gives the viewer a totally immersive experience ... way better than your current 3D HDTV!
Our boys will be heading over to CES 2013 ... so we're expecting to see plenty of these new OLED HDTVs and the much talked about 4K HDTVs.
"Although LG and Samsung exhibited dueling OLED HDTVs at CES earlier this year neither has been able to put a model on US shelves yet. that may change soon since we just spotted this 55EM9700-UA from LG in the FCC's database. Flashing WiFi and Bluetooth modules as well as a December 2012 build date, our only picture of the unit is from behind, powered off, although the photographer makes a cameo via reflection.
An appearance in what remains of 2012 seems unlikely, but the odds that next thing in television display technology will actually arrive soon are getting better -- assuming lawsuits don't put the breaks on everything. While you look for an extra $10,000 or so in that holiday budget, check out better pics in the gallery, and a promo video plus a pic of the label after the break."