As you can see the high-definition TV a.k.a HDTV below, some of the most advanced model announced at January from consumer electronics shows. Most will not ship until at least March of this year.
(Left) thin and wireless, LG LHX, can connect cables to an included external control box, which communicates with the TV set wirelessly.
(Right)Thin and Wireless or Wired, Panasonic Viera Z1, cables can connect to the LCD via an external control box, also this Viera Z1 can stream HD movies from Amazon.
Few TV sets can be connected to the network, and display Yahoo component, which offer News, weather, and other Information. No television manufacturers at the consumer electronics shows announced sets with Tru2Way technology (The next generation CableCARD technology), but ESPN introduced an interactive function build on Tru2Way technology.
(Left) Samsung Seeing Red, which has a line of computer monitors with a ‘Touch of Color, ’ introduced new TVs that get the same treatment.
(Right) Sharp, Build In BluRay , introduced a line of sets that have built-in Blu-ray Disc drives. The 52-inch LC-52BD80U is the largest screen of them.
Other innovative to see for 240 Hz (and coming soon, 480 Hz) LCD refresh rate, plenty of sets with LED backlight, as well as better Internet connection.
(Left) Sony GREEN TV Model KDL-46Z5100 is invented to saves power with a ‘zero watt’ at standby mode, and by turning it will itself off when you not in the room.
(Right) Toshiba Turned Down TV, Regza 47ZV650U is the 1st set with dolby Volume, which able to moderates audio levels for adjust the consistent volume.
Awesome right? I was thinking if my house own one of this LCD Monitors, that will be very great for me. I definitely will stay at home for the whole week end only for watching Television and Surf net, probably playing some 3D game with this big size LCD monitor.