This is the year for 3D entertainment and at the front are two of the world’s leading consumer electronics manufacturers, Samsung and Sony. At the beginning of this year both companies made some major announcements concerning their 3D HDTV and other home entertainment systems. Sony has grown their BRAVIA range to include the X900 Series and Samsung is offering their most sophisticated 9000 series along with their 3D Blu-ray players.
NEC Electronics America, today announced it will highlight the breadth and depth of its smart energy and liquid crystal display (LCD) module offerings at Embedded Systems Conference Boston 2009 (booth #701), September 22-23, at the Hynes Convention Center. The demonstrations will rangefrom smart home, solar and smart metering solutions to emerging LCD technologies such as e-paper, and 2D/3D and light emitting diode (LED) backlit LCD modules.
If you had visited the Sharp Electronics booth at this year’s CEDIA show, then you would have been introduced to some of Sharp Electronics’ latest in AQUOS LCD TVs technology. The home entertainment specialist introduced some premium quality large-screen AQUOS® LCD TVs at value price points and demonstrated a full line of LED-backlit LCD TVs that provide excellent picture quality and ultra-low energy consumption.
Led by the new SL80 and SL90 HDTVs with their seamless design and ultra-thin bezel, LG Electronics highlighted its latest collection of home entertainment, home appliance and mobile communications products at the company's 2009 holiday preview event.
During its annual Summer Line Show today - at New York City's newly renovated Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - LG showcased its products' "unparalleled performance by design" and latest technological innovations.