Safretti may not be a household name to most, but the Dutch company makes some of the most interesting fireplaces around. They're gas powered, but since they use refillable bio-alcohol tanks, they're able to be placed wherever you want – even on a wall.
While Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and the rest are all focused on 3D sets that use active shutter technology, Vizio is going to be launching a 65 inch TV that utilizes the passive technology found in theaters.
Just a few years back, Vizio was the go-to for inexpensive but good TVs. Since then the company has been branching out to the point that it's actually making some sets that even picky enthusiasts need to consider.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
OLED sets may impress with their picture quality, but they've been nothing but a disappointment in terms of size. Tiny TVs may be the most cost efficient but they're doing absolutely nothing to impress and to satisfy the high-end market.
There's something oh-so-cool about having a television that's designed specifically for movie watching, and the new LCD from AUO is just that. It sports a 21:9 CinemaScope resolution which means a film is going to fill the entire screen without any of those black bars we've grown so accustomed to.