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Thursday, 12 January 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Vizio Announces a 21:9 CinemaWide 3D TV Line
Widescreen TVs are nice and all, but the aspect ratio is essentially a compromise between 4:3 TV and 2.35:1 theatrical movies.  If you're a dedicated movie buff, those black bars and that smaller picture just doesn't do it. Vizio has announced their solution - a series of 21:9 televisions that fill the screen with your Blu-rays.                     
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
LG Ramps up OLED Production for Release of 55
When LG announced that they were bringing a 55" OLED television to CES, everything they mentioned pointed toward the TV being a prototype.  After all, there hasn't been a TV like it in production - OLEDs have thusfar been ridiculously small.  It turns out the display will be released to general consumers after all, in the latter half of 2012.  According to OLED-Display LG is expanding its OLED output from 4,000 sheets a month to 12,000 with plans to mass produce the panels in the third quarter of the year.
Friday, 30 December 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
LG is Bringing an 84
If LG was simply bringing an 84" set to CES 2012 the news would make the rounds.  But the massive display is more than just a 1080p TV that attracts attention through bigness.  LG's new television has plenty going on under the hood, not the least of which is an Ultra Definition (3840 x 2160) screen resolution that puts it at four times that of full  HD.
Tuesday, 27 December 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
LG Will Show a 55
Jetpacks, flying cars and OLED displays - they're all technologies that we've been promised for years but we've never seen.  Or to be more accurate, we've seen them but we've never had a chance to buy them.  OLEDs  have been shown off for the last four Consumer Electronics Shows at the least and they've been impractical all the while.  They're tiny and unreasonably expensive, which makes OLED sets interesting as a novelty but not as much more.
Friday, 16 December 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Wireless Video Streaming - WiDi - is coming to 2012 LG TVs
LG and Intel have formed a strategic alliance that's going to be putting wireless streaming into 3D smart TVs as soon as next year. The technology is called WiDi, and it works specifically with Intel based products. You won't need an adapter and you definitely won't need any cords between the two devices.
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