Comments: 0Thursday, May 15th 2008 - 10:44 CEST
Parrot, the specialist in wireless mobile telephony devices, is launching an exceptional digital photo frame created by the leading lady of French design, Andrée Putman. Sporting a pure and sober design that skilfully contrasts the black and white tones with a subtle play of transparency, the frame faithfully respects the Putman style sought-after worldwide from New York to Tokyo. The Parrot digital photo frame by Andrée Putman combines technology with art: with this frame, savour the luxury provided by an extraordinary artist.
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Comments: 0Sunday, April 6th 2008 - 10:00 CEST
Pandigital, a big name in the U.S. digital photo frame market, debuts its new PanTouch line of digital picture frames that greatly simplifies and enriches the way customers enjoy their digital images. The cornerstone of the new PanTouch line of frames is its user-friendly, touch-operation interface. Clear, convenient icons on the screen direct customers where to touch and swipe on the surrounding matte for completely intuitive control and access to digital images, MP3 and video clips. Plus, the touch-operation matting resists fingerprints in the viewable area, so the frame always looks great. Each of the Touch screen picture frames also comes with a remote control, so the frames can be controlled from a distance.
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Comments: 1Tuesday, October 23rd 2007 - 23:15 CEST
Microsoft intros the Xbox 360 Arcade game console. With a estimated retail price of 280 US dollars and a quick product launch just before Christmas, the Xbox 360 Arcade game console will make a good change to pick a piece of the pie. Bundled with five family friendly games and a wireless game controller Xbox users will experience a complete chapter in game land. The release of Xbox 360 Arcade comes as part of a broader initiative by Microsoft to spread the Xbox 360 experience to families everywhere around the globe. Microsoft also announced that it is significantly expanding its game catalogue of family fun content that is available on demand direct to the users living room.
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Comments: 0Monday, October 22nd 2007 - 23:06 CEST
SanDisk announced the availability of the Sansa TakeTV video player, a breakthrough media player that gives users smart, convenient and affordable way to move digital video content from their personal computer to the TV. The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV flash memory based player comes in a 4 GB model, which holds approximately 5 hours of video, and 8 GB model, which can hold up to 10 hours of video. The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Video Player is available today for MSRPs of $99.99 and $149.99 respectively.
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Comments: 0Sunday, October 21st 2007 - 23:15 CEST
Sony announced the introduction of its new 40GB of its Playstation 3 (PS3) game console. The Sony playstation 40GB model will be hitting the game stores beginning of November. The 40GB version of the PS3 will be bundled with the blockbuster movie Spider Man 3 Blu-ray Disc from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, and will be available in North America for a suggested retail price of $399 (USD). Sony also announced that effective immediately, the current Playstation 80GB PS3 will be available in North America for $499 (USD), $100 below the original launch price.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 21st 2007 - 17:00 CEST
Last year, Harman Kardon, Inc., set a new standard in home entertainment with its Digital Lounge systems. Now, five new systems in this product line, with improved equipment features and extended connection options, will be introduced at IFA 2007. The Digital Lounge 232EX has been designed as a 2.1 system comprising a DVD player/receiver, two speakers with subwoofers and a 32-inch liquid-crystal display (LCD) flat-screen TV. The Digital Lounge 240HD system - also a 2.1 system - is supplied with a 1080p Full HD LCD TV with a diagonal screen measurement of 40 inches. The Digital Lounge 632EX is a 5.1 system that provides real movie theater-quality sound; it features a DVD-Audio player/receiver and a 32-inch LCD TV.
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Comments: 0Thursday, September 13th 2007 - 17:33 CEST
Logitech announced its continued support of the PS3 (PS3) computer entertainment system with the Logitech Cordless Vantage Headset for PS 3 and Logitech Cordless MediaBoard Pro Bluetooth Keyboard for PS 3 - giving gamers the freedom and reliability of Bluetooth wireless technology for their PS3 gaming experience. “Logitech is pleased to offer two Bluetooth-enabled products for the PS 3 console platform, making the PS3 experience even better,” said Bruce Lancaster, vice president of Logitech’s interactive entertainment business unit.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 10th 2007 - 15:07 CEST
Samsung Electronics, announces that it stakes out new, premium territory in the crowded Full HD TV market with a new line of large-screen LCD TVs that combine the latest in high definition picture technology with inspired, timeless designs. The goal of the new F9 series TVs (52", 70") is to roll out the new LED Smart lighting technology, known as “local dimming,” in some of the largest screen sizes available in the marketplace. Samsung also maintains its premium standards by packaging the lineup with its patented Full HD 1080p super clear LCD panel (52") and Wide Color Enhancer to deliver superior HD quality with blacker blacks, more vivid colors and ultra-sharp images.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 7th 2007 - 11:22 CEST
Samsung's new BD player lineup offers full compatibility with 24 movie frames per second playback. Since most movies are filmed at 24 frames per second, these new Samsung Blu-ray players will be able to playback movies in their native format, significantly reducing unwanted artifacts. Setting the player’s Movie Frame (24Fs) feature to ON allows the consumer to adjust the HDMI 1.3 output to 24 frames per second for a crisp, theater-like experience. Each of these players will also support 60Fs for enhanced compatibility with many of today’s HDTVs.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 7th 2007 - 11:21 CEST
Consumers can now enjoy the full HD 1080p cinematic video quality of a Samsung Blu-ray disc player with an immersive audio experience that takes watching movies to a whole new level. The Samsung HT-BD2 7.1 channel HD receiver speaker system provides richer and powerful sound with its industry leading Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio format support. With its slick, piano black design and soft blue LED accents, the Samsung HT-BD2 augments both the audio presence and visual aesthetics of home theater. A fully powered subwoofer, accentuated by four towers, a center channel, and two satellite rear speakers, gives the HT-BD2 a rumbling 1,100 Watts of total output power to keep movie and audio fans satisfied - all from a sleek and single compo
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