The Consumer Electronics Show is coming to Las Vegas in the first week of January, and here are some highlights.
Sony announced that it will be introducing 11 hard disk drive and flash memory-based camcorders in Canada this coming spring.
The line-up includes both high definition and standard definition models ranging in price from $350 to $1,500 Canadian.
At CES in Las Vegas, Panasonic showed off their new 3D-capable home theatre which included new 3D capable Plasma HDTVs, 3D capable Blu-ray player and 3D active-shutter glasses. The company says consumers will be able to get their hands on the new line of 3DTV’s in spring 2010 with models ranging in size from 50 […]
At CES, Panasonic introduced three high definition flash memory camcorders to its 2010 line-up, the HDC-HS60, HDC-TM55, and HDC-SD60.
All three camcorders come in black and feature 25x optical zoom, Intelligent Zoom, Intelligent Auto with Face Recognition, AF/AE Tracking, Intelligent Scene Selector, Intelligent Contrast Control, and Face Detection.
Sony this week announced a new line-up of LCD HDTVs at CES which consisted of thirty-three models in screen sizes ranging from twenty-two to sixty inches in size.
Perhaps the most interesting new models are the LX900 series which include 3D functionality when paired with Sony’s 3D active shutter glasses and 3D transmitter.
At CES, Sony has unveiled its stand alone Blu-ray disc player line-up for 2010. New models for the new year include the entry level Sony BDP-S370, the mid-level BDP-S570 and the Blu-ray 3D capable BDP-S770.
All three units feature Sony’s new Monolithic Design Concept, 1080p playback, dvd upscaling, BD Live and various internet streaming capabilities.
Sling Media, makers of the popular Sling Box and Sling Catcher, this week announced the SlingBox 700U in Las Vegas this week.
The company says the device is the fastest way for television service providers to add Slingbox capabilities to existing cable or satellite set top boxes.