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YouTube® to Join VIZIO® Internet Apps Family

VIZIO Internet apps will shortly see a YouTube widget.

At the commencement of CES 2012, it got clear that technology is really moving at a rapid pace. The entire show revealed an exciting line of products all ranging from mobile phones, computing devices, digital cameras, and some luxurious televisions. VIZIO, an American television manufacturer, showcased several impressive TV models. But, the thing which made them stand out from other brands was their Internet apps. VIZIO Internet apps are pre-configured in an Internet TV with a purpose to deliver high and rich media content directly from the web. Thus far, VIZIO does authorize to take advantage of apps like Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo news, Skype, and many more. In fact, you can request some movies or videos from the integrated widgets. Just recently, the company has tweeted that YouTube app is likely to join their Internet apps family.

Although it is too early to predict about the models supporting this feature, yet it will be great to stream and watch YouTube videos on a high-definition screen. Unquestionably, the functionality is dynamic in nature and one can easily play with the built-in apps using a wireless remote control. So, your television is no more an idiot box. Get ready to surf the web and access the popular Internet apps along with your favorite TV programs.

LG Planning 3D Technology without Glasses

LG is planning to unveil a Smartphone with 3D viewing and recording capability. And an added benefit of viewing 3D videos without the bulky glasses. Named as Optimus 3D it is planned to unveil at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona this year. The phone touted to be the most advanced and running on innovation will feature a dual-lens camera for 3D recording and a LCD screen for displaying the visual content. It comes with a 4.3 inch LCD with 800×480 resolutions. Parallax barriers are used as a series of light-blocking slits attached to the front of the LCD panel according to LG to help differentiate between the left and right image without requiring special 3D viewing glasses which gives us the perception of depth. It comes with HDMI and DLNA connectivity options to connect with a visual display or another media device for a rich media experience. It is rumored to run on NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor to power its 1080p HD video playback and recording.with a 8 megapixel camera with flash a front camera for video calling. The high resolution screen display is guaranteed to ensure an ultimate gaming and video experience. 3D enabled visual experience in a handheld device is not a new experience, Nintendo 3DS already has made an entry in this market. It also boasts of glasses free 3D experience. However the 3D effect can only be seen if you are staring at the screen from the front end, tilting negates the 3d effect. However the 3D effect is so mind-blowing that you would forgive Nintendo for this. It is not “characters coming out of the screen” 3D but depth 3D, and all this without the cumbersome 3D glasses.

LG’s press release states that the LG Optimus 3D addresses the lack of 3D content issue – one of the biggest challenges facing the 3D market – with a complete platform for a one-of-a-kind experience on a mobile device. They continued, stating that LG’s most advanced Smartphone to date would be featuring a dual-lens camera for 3D recording, a glasses-free LCD panel for 3D viewing and diverse connectivity options such as HDMI and DLNA for 3D content sharing anytime, anywhere.

The market trends are currently moving towards 3D with gaming Smartphones and televisions all moving towards this future. Sooner or later more and more companies will embrace 3D. LG has made the first steps towards this in cell phones. This was a future only imagined and now LG has brought it to our hands. Shape and form has been given to one of our fantasies. LG will have to be careful though that only 3D will not make its phone sell, it should have complimenting power packed features like a high processing power and a good battery life to make it against the huge array of Smartphones lined up for a release. This 14th of February in Barcelona at the Mobile World congress be prepared to be bedazzled.

Toshiba to offer 3D LCD TV Glasses for free

LCD is the abbreviation of Liquid Crystal Display which is used in almost all kind of display devices like monitors, television, motor display panels, digital instruments etc. LCD is very flat and thin visual display and it uses the light modulation attribute of to provide crisp and clear display from liquid crystals.

Earlier computer monitors and television were dependent on CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) technology which was very bulky in size and was power consuming as well. Although the discovery and research on LCD was started in 1988, but the actual use of LCD in computer and electronic equipment started in 2008. Since then it has vanished all other type of display motions from the marker as it is clear, light, and reliable and takes very less space to fit in. LCD monitor do not face the problem of image burn an it does not contain phosphors.

The latest development in LCD television is Glass-free 3D LCD television. 3D is tree-dimensional representation of the graphics used in computer or on your television but earlier you need to have special goggles to get the real 3D experience on theatre or on television. The new glass-free 3D LCD TV will eliminate the need of these special goggles and you can enjoy any 3D movie or game on at your home on you LCD TV.

Recently, Toshiba had announced that company will be selling glass-free 3D LCD televisions in Japan.

Toshiba is one of the largest company which deals in consumer products, infrastructure, electronic products and devices. It is based in Tokyo, Japan and has been in business since ages and has been providing quality products to its customers.

Toshiba has been a pioneer in home appliances and has been providing innovative products for long. The company has built a great brand and creates a name value for itself.

Toshiba’s latest prototype on glass-free 3D LCD TV was recently displayed in a largest gadget expo in Japan and it has already created news there.

This small screen size glass free 3D TVs are designed to especially for the small home user groups. Many experts believe that the product is definitely going to change the market strategy and consumer experience in home cinema market.

It is also to be considered as the pioneer step in 3D TV development however it might take longer to build the larger 3D television and monitors.

Toshiba’s 3D TV will be launched with the brand name as Rezga which does not require any glasses for 3D experience. It will be launched with 2 models in the beginning which are 12’ inch and 20’ inch in size. Although there has not been any announcement of the price for these 3D TVs, but it is suspected that it can cost between the prices of $1300 to $1800.

So just wait and watch for the amazing product to hit the market and have the wonderful 3D experience at your home, but of course if you can shell out a handsome amount of money.

LG 47LE5500 Presents great Visual Acuity

LG 47LE5500 47 inch screen presents great picture quality in terms of HD video playback. With a mega contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1, you can watch movies on this LCD screen with greater clarity. If you are thinking of having more space in your living room or bedroom then the ultra slim design will give more prominence to your interiors.

Some of the specifications of LG 47LE5500 LCD TV are as follows:


  • Series Name: LE5500
  • Screen Size: 47
  • Backlight: LED
  • IPS – Advanced LCD Panel: Yes


  • Wireless Ready: Yes
  • Spot Control: Yes
  • Broadband: Yes
  • DLNA: Yes


  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080p
  • Viewing Angle (degree): 178 / 178
  • Color Reproduction (RGB): 10 bit
  • Life Span (Hrs): 60000


  • Full HD 1080p: Yes
  • TruMotion 100Hz: Yes
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1
  • Response time (millisecond): 2.4ms
  • DivX through USB 2.0: Yes
  • XD Engine: Yes
  • Color Gamut control: Yes


  • Clear voice II: Yes
  • Surround System (SRS TSXT): Yes
  • Mono/Stereo/Dual (MTS/SAP): Yes/Yes/Yes
  • Audio Output (Watts – THD 10%): 10W+10W
  • Speaker System: 1 Way 2 Speakers
  • Surround System: Infinite Surround
  • Dolby Digital Decoder: Yes


  • PC Connectivity: Yes
  • HDMI (ver. 1.3 deep color): Yes
  • Simplink (HDMI-CEC): Yes


  • Stereo Headset: Yes
  • Mono Headset: Yes
  • MP3 Transmission: Yes
  • JPEG Transmission: Yes


  • HDMI in: Yes (1)
  • USB 2.0: Yes (1)


  • Antenna In: Yes (1)
  • AV In: Yes (1)
  • Component in (Y, Pb, Pr) + Audio: Yes (2)
  • HDMI/HDCP In: Yes (3)
  • RGB In (D-sub 15pin) – PC: Yes (1)
  • PC Audio Input: Yes (1)
  • RS-232C (Control / SVC): Yes


  • Stand: Yes
  • Remote: Yes
  • Battery (2 AA): Yes


  • Voltage, Hz: 100-240Vac 50/60Hz
  • Consumption (Typical): 170 W
  • Stand-by Mode: 1W ↓

Bose releases new VideoWave LCD TV

Recently Bose has broken it’s tradition of releasing sound based products and now has released its LCD TV  called the VideoWave which 46-inch LCD in length. The LCD TV also contains an enlarged Wave Radio speaker which has been attached to the back of the TV. If you seen the advertisement in which Bose has quite spuriously shown a layered understanding of the TV, then it looks quite like a racing car engine.

The technology enhancement that Bose has used in the VideoWave is impressive as it does not only have a great display, but Bose has also utilized it’s sound technology to create a great entertainment product.  As the VideoWave 46-inch LCD supports superior technology, it is currently being priced at $5,349.

There are a lot of accessories that come with the Bose VideoWave 46-inch LCD. One of the main accessories is touchpad based remote control that enables you to scroll through the menu.

Review and Specifications of Panasonic TC-P65VT25

The Panasonic TC-P65VT25 is a large screen plasma panel which has a superior black-level performance with great shadow detail. One of the greatest plus points of the Panasonic TC-P65VT25 is its precision based primary colors in THX mode with good color saturation. In terms of the screen features the Panasonic TC-P65VT25 has an effective antireflective screen that has the capability to produce 1080p/24 cadence. It is one of Panasonics leading 3D TV as it comes with a free set of 3D glasses.


Model Type

  • Plasma Series VT25


  • Screen Size: 65″ Class (64.7″ diagonal)
  • Contrast Ratio: Infinite Black Pro/5,000,000:1 Native
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Native Resolution (Number of Pixels): 2,073,600 (1,920 x 1,080)
  • Moving Picture Resolution: 1080 lines
  • Shades of Gradation: 6,144 equivalent
  • HDTV Display Capability (1080p, 1080i, 720p):      Yes
  • EDTV Display Capability (480p):  Yes
  • Aspect Control: Normal, Zoom, Full, Just, H-fill for TV/AV modes, 4:3, Full for PC mode
  • Full HD 3D: Yes
  • AR (Anti-Reflective) Filter: Yes
  • 600Hz Sub-field Drive: Yes
  • 24p Cinematic Playback: Yes
  • 24p Playback(2:3): Yes
  • Deep Color: Yes
  • x.v.Color: Yes
  • Pro Setting: Yes
  • THX Mode: Yes
  • ISFccc: Yes
  • 3D Color Management: Yes
  • Sub Pixel Control: Yes
  • Motion Pattern Noise Reduction: Yes
  • 600 Hz Sub-field Drive: Yes


  • Speakers: Woofer x 1, Full-range x 2 (L, R)
  • Number of Speakers: 3
  • Audio Output: 30 W (10% THD)
  • BBE® VIVA HD3D Sound: Yes
  • Surround Sound: Yes


  • Integrated ATSC Tuner: Yes
  • VIERA Image Viewer™: Y (AVCHD/MPEG2/JPEG Playback)
  • HDMI Input: 4 (1 side)
  • Composite Video Input: 2 (1 side)
  • Audio Input (for Video): 2 (1 side)
  • PC Input: D-sub 15-pin x 1 (side)
  • Component Video Inputs (Y, PB, PR): 2
  • Audio Input (for Component Video): 2
  • RS232C: 1
  • Digital Audio Output: 1
  • HDMI Input-Support Feature: Audio Return Channel (Input 1) / 3D Input (All)
  • Analog Audio Input ( for HDMI/DVI): Yes
  • USB: 2
  • LAN Port: 1


  • VIERA Link™: Y (with Network Camera)
  • VIERA Cast™ (IPTV): Yes
  • Skype Ready: Yes
  • VIERA® Tools: Yes
  • Game Mode: Yes
  • 3D Active Shutter Eyewear: 1 included
  • Clean Touch Bezel: No
  • Pixel Orbiter (Anti-Image Retention): Yes
  • Built-In Closed Caption Decoder: Yes
  • Off – Timers: Yes
  • Trilingual Menu: English/Spanish/French


  • Power Supply: AC 120 V, 60Hz
  • Energy Star: Yes
  • Receiving System: ATSC/QAM/NTSC
  • Operating Temperature: 32°F – 104°F (0°C – 40°C)
  • Safety Standard: UL6500/C-UL
  • Swivel Angle: No
  • Optional Wall-mounting Bracket: TY-WK6P1RW


  • Dimensions (H x W x D) with Stand: 40.2″ x 62.2″ x 16.4″
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) without Stand: 38.1″ x 62.2″ x 3.6″
  • Weight (lbs.) w/Stand: 120.2 lbs
  • Weight (lbs.) without Stand: 105.9 lbs
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