New HDTVs are going to hit the market soon from Sharp: the Aquos D Series. These TVs include 32-inch, 40-inch, 46-inch and 52-inch Full HD LCD screens and will be available to the Japanese market on June 10th.
iSuppli is reporting that Vizio has overtaken Samsung as the North American leader for LCD TVs. Vizio has increased its market share from Q4 2008, going from 13.8% to 21.6% in Q1 2009. Samsung went from 16.5% to 19.9% in this same period.
A new report from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) shows that consumers are increasingly demanding web-enabled HDTVs. The survey showed that about 14.5 million people want to buy a web-enabled TV – half of all those looking to buy a TV in the next year.
LG has partnered with DivX to produce more than 200 new digital TVs that are DivX Certified. These TVs are able to play DivX HD 1080p videos, and are the first in the world to be certified to play DivX at this level of definition.
The Unisen line from Mitsubishi come in a range of 40-inches to 52-inches in diameter incorporate a Dolby™ Digital 5.1 channel surround system in 16 speakers at the bottom of the screen. These produce surround-sound emulation by managing and directing audio waves in order to immerse the viewer in the music, dialogue and sound effects.