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BenQ Projector Featuring Short-Throw Lens

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BenQ Projector Featuring Short-Throw Lens
 

The launch of BenQ MP771 marks the debut of BenQ’s upcoming projector series that features a short-throw lens for big-screen viewing without space constraints.

The BenQ MP771 is a high-brightness XGA projector, features a short-throw lens, a high 3,000 ANSI lumens, BrilliantColor Technology, UNISHAPE, 3D Color Management and Wall Color Correction Technology.

The BenQ MP771 makes big-screen viewing possible in smaller spaces, such as departmental meeting rooms, classrooms, or living rooms. Continue reading...

Retailers, Makers Fined $6.6 Million for Digital TV

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US federal regulators fined Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Sears, Frys and other retailers $3.9 million in all for not properly labeling analog-only TVs for the switch to digital TV next year.

 

The FCC also gave $2.7 million in fines to other companies for violating other digital TV rules that involve shipping analog equipment and blocking technologies such as the V-chip.

 

Retailers in USA must display or affix "consumer alert" labels to analog-only TV equipment (TVs, DVDs, videocassette Continue reading...

LaserVue, Laser TV by Mitsubishi

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LaserVueWhile other makers are downplaying LaserTV as a future standard, Mitsubishi gives its laser-based DLP HDTV a brand name: LaserVue. The company says LaserVue will be "in stores and for sale during Q3" at least in USA.

Today’s HDTVs display less than 40% of the color spectrum that the eye can see. Laser, says Mitsubishi, produces as much as twice the color.

Go LaserVue

NEW 24” WIDECREEN LCD

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NEW 24” WIDECREEN LCD

V7 introduces their first 24 inch widescreen LCD monitor. The D24W33 has good specs (especially for a 399 Euro model): a brightness of 250 cd/m² , a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, and a contrast of 1,000:1.

But it’s not all about specs, is it? Demand for large displays in widescreen format has increased because of the new Windows Vista OS. This widescreen monitor comes with show-boating pivot function that graphic artists, CAD specialists and others need several applications shown Continue reading...

Flatland, Battleground for Displays

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Flatland, Battleground for Displays

It’s no secret that flat panels have made a lot of money for retailers, VARs and distributors in the past few years, certainly far more than high-def DVD. Yet, the news about the skirmishes in the DVD wars got far more attention than the equally decisive battles in display technology at the moment.

Growing video usage, VISTA, and aggressive pricing are skyrocketing sales of wide-format LCD desktop computer monitors over the next five years, making this the dominant format by 2009, iSuppli Corp. Continue reading...

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