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Epson Announces Latest Home Cinema Projector, Delivering Big and Bright HD Experience for the Whole Family

Epson Announces Latest Home Cinema Projector, Delivering Big and Bright HD Experience for the Whole Family

Projector – Home Entertainment - Epson America, Inc. (Long Beach, CA) announced its latest Epson PowerLite Home Cinema product, the 730HD 720p 3LCD projector, providing families and first-time home theater enthusiasts the power to harness an extremely bright and affordable widescreen experience at home, in the backyard or for the next get-together. The Home Cinema 730HD […]

What Does it Take to Increase TV Sales?

TV - For the last year we have heard from the LCD panel makers about the overcapacity of large sized TV panel production.   The latest warning comes from IHS in their ‘LCD Industry Tracker – TV – Monthly’ where they state that according to their analysis, TV panel inventory will increase to 4.9 and 5 weeks […]

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HDBaseT Alliance Releases 2.0 Specification, Introduces HomePlay

Standards - New version of HDBaseT technology brings the expertise and user experience of high-end A/V to the living room HDBaseT Alliance (BEAVERTON, OR) releases the specifications for HDBaseT 2.0, making the latest version of the HDBaseT technology available to manufacturers of professional AV and consumer electronics products. The new HDBaseT HomePlay feature set, based on […]

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Projection – Home Entertainment – Acer America announced its latest home entertainment projector for customers in the U.S., the Acer H5370BD.   It delivers a native HD-ready resolution in the 16:9 widescreen format, robust performance and 3D projection for exciting 3D gaming and movies for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $549. The Acer H5370BD […]

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TV – Recent introductions of video redirection products may answer the question whether the TV of the future will be smart or dumb. No, I’m not talking about content. The question concerns the value structure of TV hardware: will we see smart (entertainment hub) TV or just big, dumb TV? If the TV is just […]

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Broadcast & Distribution – As if there weren’t enough players in this area, Intel is apparently working on a new Internet service to be delivered on a platform of their design.  Speaking at the recent AllThingsD Dive Into Media conference in Dana Point, California, Erik Huggers, corporate vice president at

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The End of an Era: Philips Consumer Electronics is Sold

Business & Strategic – It is with some sadness that I report on the passing of an old friend: Philips Consumer Electronics.  Last week, Royal Philips Electronics announced that it has signed an agreement transferring its Lifestyle Entertainment business – including audio, video, multimedia and accessories – to Funai Electric Co., for which the Dutch […]

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TV – At CES there was an extensive and exuberant RCA TV booth, the likes of which have not been seen for many years.  RCA created all-electronic color TV, invented the liquid-crystal display, and – within the memories of people who aren’t all that old – dominated the consumer television

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Projectors — Home Entertainment - Insight Media had a chance to visit with Bob Wudeck, Director of Retail and eCommerce of BenQ America Corporation (Irvine, CA) while he was in New York on December 5th.  There, we previewed the 3D short-throw home theater projector, the W1080ST, that will You need

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British Report Shows Broadcast Industry Not Embracing Second Screen

Market Intelligence - The majority of British viewers have tried “dual screening,” with 86% of smart device owners having used their phone, tablet or computer while watching TV, according to a recent report by Red Bee Media.   But the industry’s take-up of synchronous apps remains slow. Despite this behavior, You

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