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Tag: High Definition

Sony Bravia 1080p 46-Inch LCD HDTV Now Shipping

Sony Bravia 1080p 46-Inch LCD HDTV Now Shipping
Sony has begun shipping their new 46-inch BRAVIA XBR LCD Flat Panel HDTV. The Sony KDL-46XBR3 features all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a top-notch display. The panel features full 1080p (1920×1080) native resolution and three 1080p HDMI inputs (two on the back, one on the front).

Epson Announces Full 1080p Projector for Less Than $3k

Epson Announces Full 1080p Projector for Less Than $3k
The new Epson EMP-TW1000 is a front projector which features a native 1080p (1920×1080) resolution LCD panel. The projector features HDMI 1.3 inputs for digital signals, and supports true 1080p inputs. In addition Epson’s new color engine is said to produce a color gamut that’s 115% broader than NTSC standards.

Hp Shows External USB HD-DVD Drive

Hp Shows External USB HD-DVD Drive
The folks over at HP have shown the first of what is sure to be a number of HD-DVD drive add-ons for your PC. Hewlett Packard’s HD100 is an external HD-DVD drive that plugs into your PC’s USB 2.0 port and can read HD DVDs, DVDs and CDs.

Xbox 360 HD DVD U.S. Price, Release Date Confirmed

Xbox 360 HD DVD U.S. Price, Release Date Confirmed
In line with earlier predictions, it’s now been confirmed that the HD DVD add-on for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 will launch in the U.S. in mid-November for $199 USD. The drive will include a HD DVD copy of Peter Jackson’s King King remake for a limited time, and also comes with a universal remote control.

Reasonably Priced High Definition Media Server

Reasonably Priced High Definition Media Server
There are plenty of devices out there these days that let you store all of your media on a hard disk, but the handful of devices capable of outputting high definition video are usually very expensive.