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Pinball Tries the Digital Route Once More

Pinball Tries the Digital Route Once More
Every once in a while a company takes a stab at trying to resurrect pinball machines using modern technology. The latest entry into the digital pinball genre replaces the old mechanical table with a large flat screen display and interchangeable digital games. The system offers up the familiar top-down view and flipper controllers you’d find on a traditional pinball machine, but that’s about where the similarities end.

Philips Wowzone: Massive 132-Inch, 3d Display

Philips Wowzone: Massive 132-Inch, 3d Display
At this week’s IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Philips is showing off a presentation system that can display images in 3D on a huge wall-mounted display. The 132-inch display was made by connecting nine of Philips 42-inch 3D displays in a 3×3 grid.
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Jvc 1080p LCD 688 and 788 Series Tvs Announced

Jvc 1080p LCD 688 and 788 Series Tvs Announced
JVC took the wraps off of its latest series of widescreen LCD televisions today. The new sets range in size from 37 inches to 47 inches, and from $1600 to $2700. First off, there’s the 688 series, consisting of a 37-inch model (LT-37X688) and a 42-incher (LT-42X688.)

Pioneer Rolls Out New Plasma Tv Lineup

Pioneer Rolls Out New Plasma Tv Lineup
Pioneer today revealed a series of eight new plasma televisions, ranging ins size from 40 inches up to 60 inches. The new sets feature improved display panels which are said to offer 80% darker blacks than prior sets, as well as improved color rendition. The lineup ranges in price from $2700 all the way up to $7500 for the top of the line 60-inch Elite model.

Microtek Cineon Plasma Televisions Announced

Microtek Cineon Plasma Televisions Announced
Known primarily for their scanners and other peripherals, Microtek has announced the release of their new line of reasonably priced plasma televisions. Microtek’s new Cineon line of plasma displays includes 42-inch (CP42HA) and a 50-inch (CP50HA) models, ranging from $1600 to $2200 retail. Both sets feature WXGA (1366×768) resolution and can handle 480p, 720p and 1080i source signals.
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