The gaming classic Tetris has been packaged into a standalone gaming device that connects to any television.
Japan’s Epoch company had taken the retro puzzler and put a shiny new coating of gloss on the game interface.
Mitsubishi has started to trickle out shipments of their latest massive DLP rear projector set, and it’s loaded with all sorts of newfangled goodies to give you the best picture possible.
The new Mitsubishi WD-73734 features a huge 73-inch diagonal widescreen, but is only 17.5-inches deep.
Sony Japan today revealed a new TV tuner add-on for their PSP portable gaming system. The PSP-S310 tuner plugs into the PSP’s cartridge port and provides digital television reception on the system’s TFT screen.
Unfortunately, the tuner is only planned for markets that support 1seg digital broadcasts at this point, which means that you won’t be able to use it outside of Japan.
The typical Swiss Army Knife is loaded with blades, screwdrivers, a compass and even a toothpick. This all-purpose pocket gadget is a bit more practical for most lifestyles.
The $15 Party Chain from Compact Impact combines an LED flashlight, universal TV remote control and a bottle opener so you can pop open a cold one while you surf your favorite channels.
After what seems like an eternity of waiting, Comcast has finally given the “green light” to TiVo’s software for release on their DVRs.
The two companies reached an agreement way back in March 2005 to offer TiVo’s applications running on Comcast hardware.
I was flipping through my latest Costco Member Passport book when I stumbled across something interesting. It looks like flat-panel display maker Vizio is about to launch a brand new 52-inch LCD set this Summer.
The coupon reveals that the set will be available for purchase starting on August 20th, and it’s simply listed as a ‘Vizio 52″ 1080p LCD HDTV (Item 200552)’.
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.)
If the beer-pouring robot I told you about earlier today isn’t really your cup of tea (no pun intended) maybe you’ll like this one.
Now you too can own a fully functional, life-sized replica of the original Lost in Space Robot B9 from the famous 1960’s sci-fi TV show.
I’m a big fan of Sony’s SXRD display technology, with its excellent contrast and fine (virtually invisible) pixel structure, and I’m really excited to hear about these new models.
Sony’s new A3000 series features three new displays, a 50-inch (KDS-50A3000), a 55-inch (KDS-55A3000) and a 60-inch (KDS-60A3000).
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.
Japan’s JVC is showing off a monster of a television this week, with a whopping 110-inch diagonal screen size.
Just look at how much bigger this TV is than that “tiny” 37-incher on the left (and the life-sized woman to the right for that matter.)
Sure, you could have one of those shiny new Apple TV set top boxes, but why be a lemming? Instead, why not pick up Apple’s original set top box, designed back in 1993, at the low point in Apple’s industrial design heritage.
Toshiba has revealed two new lines of 1080p LCD televisions in their REGZA line. Toshiba’s X-series sets will come in 40 and 46-inch sizes, while the Z-series will offer buyers a wide range of sets from 37-inches all the way up to 57-inches diagonal.
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.
The $1150 HANNSvibewhite is a 32-inch LCD television with a chunky, contemporary design, highlighted by white and black accents.
Are your kids not sedentary enough? This LCD television from Hannspree lets your little ones enjoy all their favorite product-placement-enhanced TV programming, all the while reminding them of what they’ll probably be eating for dinner tonight, junk food.