Sharp release two new LED HDTV ranges.

With “unprecedented image quality and energy-efficient, eco-friendly performance”, Sharp have launched two LED backlit HDTV ranges.   The Aquos LE600 and LE700 have LEDs positioned behind the screen to give a much brighter and improves the cleanliness of the colours. Both models come in 32”, 40” and 46” while the LE700 also comes in a … Read more

Pioneer intros their last Plasmas: KRP-500A, KRP-600A, KRP-500M, KRP-600M

Sadly Pioneer are stepping out of the Plasma TV business and they have putting the last few nails in the coffin with the announcement of their last range of Plasma TVs. The external-tuner-equipped KRP-500A and KRP-600A as well as their all-in-one equivalents, the KRP-500M and KRP-600M, all produce 1080p images at 50 and 60 inches … Read more

Philips’ Ultra-Widescreen Cinema 21:9 TV Video’s

Philips recently showed off their new Ultra-Widescreen Cinema 21:9 TV in London that we previously blogged about.

The TV is reported to be 56", 5 HDMI sockets and is likely to be launch in spring at a cost of £3,000. I think that is a pretty decent price considering it is a highly niche market and quite a big screen, I would certainly take it over Sony's XEL-1 OLED which retails at £3,489.

Video via Pocket Lint and A YouTube video of the Demo Film after the jump

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LG Announces New TVs With Direct Internet Access

With the rife competition in the HDTV market it is good to see companies like LG trying to come up with innovative ideas to help improve market share. Shortly after announcing a blu-ray player with the ability to play YouTube videos and receive on demand content they have announced a new TV that will have … Read more

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