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Hannspree HDTV Embraces Modern Design

by Paul Strauss
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LCD television maker HANNSpree is best known for their fun and funky line of TVs for kids rooms. Now, they’re getting a bit more serious by entering the HDTV market.

HANNSvibewhite LCD Television

The $1150 HANNSvibewhite is a 32-inch LCD television with a chunky, contemporary design, highlighted by white and black accents. The unique cabinet design lets you easily remove the stereo speakers if you have an external audio system. Native resolution is SXGA (1366×768) and the set supports 1080i/720p/480p/480i source signals (sorry, no 1080p). It also has an ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner on board so you can receive over-the-air high definition broadcasts without additional hardware.

[via BornRich]




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  1. jump starter says:

    Since the next 360|Flex is fast approaching, I thought I’d post the full recording of my session at the last 360|Flex in Seattle. You can do whatever you want with this video, embed it wherever, watch it wherever, you can even download the original mp4 video file. Hopefully the embedded video is good enough quality to read the code on the screen, if not go ahead and download the full size version, that’s the best quality we got.

    At the next 360|Flex at the end of this month in Atlanta I’ll be speaking on “Using Open Source Flex Projects”. If you’ve never been to a 360|Flex event, maybe this video will give you an idea of what they’re like. An important thing to note in this video is that there might be chunks of silence when people in the audience were speaking. I didn’t do the best job of repeating everything people said, but it wasn’t like I could just repeat questions people asked. The session was really a discussion among lots of people in the audience, and it really had a great community vibe to it, with people answering each others questions and teaching me lots of cool stuff. That’s what I love about the 360 events, it’s just a bunch of dorks hanging out and talking shop.

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