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Mitsubishi 3D-Ready Flatscreens

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: HDTV, Home Entertainment,

Mitsubishi 737 TV

Mitsubishi has announced that it has a new series of 3D-ready flatscreen TVs, however they only work if the content is in “checkerboard display format.” The 737 series comes in 60, 65, 75 and 82-inch models with 1080p display and 120Hz refresh rate. An 837 series will also be available, except in a 60-inch model. While there may not be much 3D content out as yet, it’s still nice to know that they are coming. Pricing starts at $1500.00 and the high end will be $5000.00.

 

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Panasonic Free-Angle HDMI Cable

Panasonic HDMI Flex CableWhile there are plenty of flexible cords and cables for computers, Panasonic claims they have the planet’s first “free-angle” HDMI cable. The device has a version 1.3a high data transfer speed and is meant for flat panel displays. The cable can move 180ยบ, which means you can reduce the 9cm of space usually needed behind a flatscreen to only 3 cm. Look for the flexible 1.5 and 3 meter cords to become available in August.

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Which New Series Will be Canceled?

Posted by Wendy Michaels Categories: Comedy, Drama, Prime Time, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, UPN, WB, Cancellations, HDTV,

Brilliant But CancelledWebsite Brilliant But Cancelled is offering visitors the chance to vote on which new series they think will get the axe. Their contest, Death Watch Fall ‘06 offers weekly iPOD prizes and a grand prize of a 37 inch Aquos flatscreen HDTV. Hey, not too shabby, considering you probably have your own ideas about which shows will succeed or fail. Just log in each week and make your selection—each correct bet puts you into a drawing for the prizes. Place your bets now, since the contest starts today, September 8th and runs for nine weeks. Visit http://www.brilliantbutcancelled.com/deathwatch/ for more details. The odds change often, with 2:1 most likely to get the axe.

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