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Oct 25, 2004

Wristwatch Television

  In the realm of secret agent type gadgets dwells this Wristwatch Television. A small but still ample 1.5" color screen (yes color!) is built-in to a functioning wristwatch. It receives a good range of channels (VHF: 1~13ch/UHF 14~62ch) and comes equipped with earphones that also act an as antenna. The LCD display is 280 × 220 pixels and the television will run about 1 hour on a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery. TFT technology (Thin Film Transistor) provides a high-resolution digital picture.Learn more at ThinkGeek.com

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Oct 25, 2004

New display 'as clear as a glossy magazine'

The prototype still-image display unveiled at London’s National Gallery this week looked far from ready for the high street, but Hewlett-Packard is confident that the revolutionary liquid-crystal display technology it has developed will ultimately lead to ultra high-resolution flat screens ranging in size from a magazine page to an advertising billboard. What is more, they will use far less power than ordinary LCD screens, and can be made using cheap printing technology.Learn more at New Scientist.com

Guru

Oct 25, 2004

Glossary of HDTV terms and definitions

From Zongoo.com:You have certainly heard about Digital TV and HDTV. You may belong to the people who decided to buy one for themselves but the available information about HDTV seems to confuse you. Much information is rather technical and there are many things hard to understand about HDTVs for common people. So, if you do not belong to the few people who are familiar with the topic, have a look at this HDTV terminology glossary. Check it out and you will find out that things like 1080i, PIP and EPG will no longer mean any problem for you and you will find the whole HDTV issue much more clear when talking for example with a shop assistant. Feel free More…

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Oct 25, 2004

Plasma vs. LCD for Home Theater

This blog article discuss the two competing display technologies with pros and cons of both. Take a look if you are considering putting together your own home theater system and don't know which flat-panel display technology is best for you. Overall, we recommend this blog for any home theater enthusiast as it is loaded with info just for you!

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