LG Electronics has announced that due to the economic downturn in LCD purchases, they will be cutting their LCD HDTV production by 10 percent. Samsung admits to a slowdown, but will continue their current LCD HDTV production levels. Recently, manufacturers had announced price drops on LCD and Plasma HDTVs due to the slow in the economy.
Pantel is proud to announce that it will launch its new water/weatherproof “Mirror TV” product line at the 2008 CEDIA Expo. The three new 20-, 32-, and 42-inch screen sizes are now shipping via special order, and are perfect for not only the outdoors, but for indoor bathrooms, showers, and saunas, as well.
Samsung keeps the releases coming with their third set of HDTVs. Samsung Electronics America Inc. enhances its "functional art" home technology collection with the introduction of two new LCD HDTVs. The Series 8 850 and 860 LCD HDTVs feature a next generation implementation of Samsung's ToC™ (Touch of Color™) design – a new slim and narrow frame with a depth of 1.9 inches at its widest.
Samsung Electronics America Inc. unveils the successor to the company's award-winning 81 Series LED LCD HDTV, with the launch of the new Series 9 LED LCD HDTV. The 2008 flagship Series 9, Samsung's 2nd generation LCD HDTV to use LED SmartLighting™ technology, offers consumers the powerful combination of LED and 120Hz technologies, resulting in a 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for a crisp, full HD 1080p picture.
Sharp Electronics is expanding its award-winning AQUOS LCD TV range with a further three additions to its portfolio. Ranging from the ultimate compact HD-ready TV at 19” to two super-slim HD-ready 1080p televisions which benefit from 100Hz technology at 32 and 37”, Sharp has again surpassed expectations with LCD TVs that pack a technological punch whilst making a style statement all of their own.