If you are looking for new monitors that don’t take up much space, CTL might just have the perfect product for you. The Portland-based company announced three new LED monitors that offer state-of-the-art features and performance.
The three LED monitors are the 22-inch LP2151, 24-inch LP2361, and the 27-inch LP2701. All of these monitors offer images much like an HDTV does with its 1920 x 1080p display and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Additional attraction to these monitors is the professional finish and anti-glare coating. These factors make them ideal to use in any environment or situation.
Intending to buy a new TV for better viewing? You might want to hold out for a little bit, at least until the ViewSonic VT2300LED reaches your market. This is a television that looks great and promises excellent performance. This TV is actually both a LED and LCD TV. It sports a 23-inch screen that has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Now for the more technical features, the VT2300LED TV has a response time of 5ms, contrast ratio of 8,000:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m2.
So far, the only Android-based devices we’ve heard about are smartphones. Is this all that the Android is applicable to? Apparently not because an Android-based TV is soon to come our way! You read that right!
A Swedish startup called People of Lava has revealed its creation, a television powered by Android! They call this TV Scandinavia, which is a unique name for a TV if I may say so. Scandinavia has almost all the TV functionalities that all people have grown accustomed to with some great goodies thrown in.
New technologies are introduced almost every day. The LED TV is just one of these new technologies that are being introduced to the world at large today. But what exactly is the LED TV and how does it differ to the LCD TV?
Let’s start with the LED TV. I don’t know how it got to be called that because a LED TV is just an LCD TV that is installed with backlights. These backlights are called light-emitting diodes or LEDs. LED TVs can have two kinds of backlighting, depending on the kind of output desired. One is the “full array” and the other is “edge-lit.” So, LED is simply the lighting technology used on these television sets. I’m clueless why makers call them as LED TV.
Aside from Samsung and Sony, LG is also one of the prime movers when it comes to LED TVs as they are popularly known. It seems that LG wants to overtake whatever success that these two companies have because LG’s goal for 2010 is to ship 7.5-million LED-backlit LCD TVs in 2010. This figure is a very significant leap from its current figure of 400,000 units shipped in 2009. LG is also expanding its line-up of LED TVs for 2010 to be able to reach the goal. This means customers can look forward to new models that will for sure deliver even better performance than before.