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Friday, 26 August 2005 ,  Written by
Sony is launching its latest LCD televisions under a new sub-brand – BRAVIA which stands for Best Resolution Audio Video Integrated Architecture. The new brand was introduced on Monday with an unveiling of a right field sign at Yankee Stadium before the New York Yankees – Toronto Blue Jays game. Part of the sponsorship agreement with the Yankees designates the company as the official LCD TV of the team.
Friday, 05 August 2005 ,  Written by Naitze Teng
A study by iSuppli, an electronics research firm, revealed LCD TV prices are dropping. In July prices for lower end 40 to 42-inch panels fell to $950, marking the first time panels of this size have come in at under $1,000. Meanwhile, average prices for 40/42-inch panels dropped to $1,125. This could mean the actual LCD TV sets of the same size could be priced as low as $2,500 by the end of the year. According to iSuppli, panel suppliers are behind the price drop as they increase production of 23, 26, 32, 37 and 40/42-inch screens, hoping to accelerate consumer’s adoption rate for LCD TVs.
Friday, 15 July 2005 ,  Written by
Sharp recently announced its latest development, a two-way viewing-angle LCD that shows two different images on the same screen at the same time. The image viewers see depends on whether they look at the screen from the right or the left side. For home users this could mean the end of the fight for the remote; a couple can watch a football game and a romantic comedy on the same screen or a parent can watch the news while a child watches cartoons. There are obstacles of course, images overlap if viewers are not far enough to the left or right, and sounds can drown each other out, making a pair of headphones necessary.
Wednesday, 13 July 2005 ,  Written by
JVC is now shipping a new line of high definition LCD televisions with HDMI inputs, CableCard compatibility and integrated ATSC tuners that gives users a clean look by eliminating the need for separate set-top boxes. The line features high-resolution, 770p, 1366x768 W-XGA LCD displays in a range of sizes from 26 to 40 inches and retails between $2,499.95 and $4,999.95. A dual IEEE 1394 input allows users to connect the set to a video camera or other device, while the top of the line’s 40-inch set also features a memory card slot for easy viewing of images from a digital camera.
Monday, 16 May 2005 ,  Written by
Apple announced that it has reduced the price its line of widescreen flat panel Cinema Displays making the 20-inch model $799 and the 23-inch HD model $1,499. In addition, Apple’s 2.7 GHz Power Mac G5s and 1.67 GHz 17-inch PowerBooks now feature built-in support to drive Apple's 30-inch Cinema HD Display.
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