A leading consumer behavior research group’s recent study shows that the Internet connected HDTV is rarely used for Internet surfing.
In a recent research paper from Fuji Film, the company stated they are working on a new recording method in which a disc can hold 1TB of data by the use of a two-photon absorbtion technique.
Normally we wouldn't cover a product announcement from IKEA, but today the company has unveiled a product that falls in the technology department and it's called Uppleva (experience). For whatever reason, IKEA has decided that just selling furniture that fits your home entertainment equipment isn't good enough and as such the company went and integrated
Microsoft's next-generation console, the Xbox 720 or codename Durango, will feature a four- to six-core CPU, two GPUs, and Bluray, and will require an always-on internet connection, according to sources close to the company.
At the South East Asia, Oceania and Taiwan Forum, Samsung has unveiled their new line of products for 2012, with the vision of delivering connectivity and content across all their devices – TVs, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, digital cameras and home appliances.
Movie fans would love the new line-up of Pioneer Blu-ray players – BDP-140, BDP-440 and BDP-LX55 - which claim to support additional popular video and music playback formats, optimized HDMI connectivity and advanced networking features. On top of that, all three models are capable of 3D playback and boast cinema-quality experience.
Sony has announced the availability of five new 3D-capable Blu-ray players, the BDZ-AX2700T, BDZ-AT970T, BDZ-AT950W, BDZ-SKP75 and the BDZ-AT770T, for sale in its domestic Japanese market. According to Sony, the new players will boast support for various features such as the ability to record broadcasted programs into its internal hard disk, as well as voice
Panasonic has announced the availability of six new 3D Blu-ray recorders under the DIGA brand in Japan. The new recorders, which bear the model numbers BZT9000, BZT910. BZT810, BZT710, BWT510 and BRT210, will sport various unique features such as multi-show simultaneous recording and wireless connectivity, among many others.
If you have amassed a significant collection of boxed movie VCDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs over the years and are now thinking of a way to clear out those disc racks and shelves without actually having to junk those precious movies of yours down the trash, you might just be interested with the new product
While some people may prefer to build up every aspect of their home theatre setup with individual, standalone components in order exercise as much control over the hardware as possible, there will always be others who prefer the convenience of having everything baked into a single device so that the initial setup is nothing short
Plextor has announced the PX-LB950UE External 12X Blu-Ray Writer, expanding its Blu-ray lineup. Dubbed the "fastest Blu-ray writer available in the market today", it features both USB 3.0 and eSATA connectors, a 8Mb buffer, Lightscribe technology support, and writes single-layer (SL) Blu-ray discs/ dual-layer (DL) BD-R media at speeds up to 12x/ 8x. The PX-LB950UE
Sony has recently launched their new Blu-Ray home theatre system (BDV-E380) and Blu-Ray player with wireless LAN (BDP-S380), designed to offer immersive online cinematic experience to users. Both are available now at all Sony authorised stores.
Do you happen to own an iPhone, along with any Panasonic-branded home-theatre entertainment devices in your home? If you do, Panasonic's latest announcement will probably be just the thing you need to chuck out those clunky remote controls for good; this is because the Japanese electronics company has just announced the launch of three apps
If you are in the mood to expand your desktop or notebook PC's functionality with a few new peripherals, ASUS's latest product launches for the day would probably be of great interest to you. This is because the Taiwanese OEM has just announced two new accessories to enhance a PC user's multimedia experience: an external
How 'smart' do you think the humble television set that we take for granted today can be, if given the right mix of hardware and services? Well, Samsung thinks that it can be smart enough to completely change the way average consumer looks at their television sets. In a media event held at the company's
Today might be only the second day of CeBIT, but it seems that ASUS is not about to sit down and take it easy in this particular exhibition. Unveiled today at ASUS's booth in the exhibit are three new consumer electronics device, and they come in the form of a new Blu-ray player, a Blu-ray
This morning, Sony Singapore held their "Inspiring Innovation" 2011 product launch at Marina Bay Sands Convention and Expo, showcasing the new products this year.
Korean manufacturer Samsung also had a few announcements at CES 2011 which include their new Blu-ray player and set-top box, and their partnership with Adobe to bring Adobe Air to the TVs.
This year’s CES is so huge that even the Star Wars Sith Lord, Darth Vader, has come to pay a visit. Yes, you heard right. Apparently, Lord Vader is there to promote the Star Wars Saga, all six episodes on Blu-ray. Better pre-order yours before you get force-choked to do so.
Still relying on optical media as your form of backup? Not enough storage capacity on CD and DVD media? Perhaps it is time to make the jump to Blu-ray with ASUS’ latest affordable external Blu-ray burner, the SBW-06C1S-U.