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CES 2013 Display Devices, anything catching your eyes?
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Posted January 07 2013 - 04:48 AM
Lots of 4k options that have no content other than upscaled 1080p and a $10k+ price tag, so nothing for me so far. Sony: http://www.theverge....rmed/in/3612897 http://www.theverge....nced/in/3612897 http://www.engadget....hd-tvs-eyes-on/ Samsung: http://www.theverge....hd-tv-announced http://www.theverge....remote-hands-on http://www.theverge....lineup-ces-2013 http://www.theverge....t-evolution-kit http://www.engadget....ds-and-plasmas/ http://www.engadget....ltra-hd-UN85S9/ Just a reminder: http://gizmodo.com/5...mb-10-years-ago Panasonic sez screw you, we ain't going larger than 65": http://www.engadget....-year-none-lar/ http://www.engadget....one-that-break/ http://www.theverge....-oled-tv-at-ces Toshiba is very low key: http://www.theverge....loud/in/3610687 Vizio goes Ultra HD: http://www.theverge....dels/in/3610687 LG's asking $10k+ for 4k http://www.theverge....rice/in/3610687 http://www.theverge....k-tv/in/3610687 http://www.engadget....isplay-eyes-on/ http://www.engadget....isplay-eyes-on/ Sharp is.... second screen what? http://www.engadget....-hdtvs-eyes-on/ http://www.engadget....s-led-tvs-2013/ http://www.engadget....-second-screen/ Catch up with all the news here: http://www.theverge....tvs-of-ces-2013
Posted January 07 2013 - 09:27 AM
Not me either. BUT I am interested in the new A/V receivers and Blu-ray players.
Posted January 07 2013 - 09:57 AM
Cool! Hopefully someone else is tracking those announcements, I only have enough interest in the displays and the few gaming announcements to give any kind of rollup on those...
Posted January 07 2013 - 10:15 AM
I'm wondering if Panasonic thinks the "sumo class" (70"+) is going to be dead for the next two years. Seriously... 80" LCD(which looks like crap) for $9000... 55" OLED(which, boys and girls that are Best Buy shoppers, is not an "evolution of LCD") for $12,000... Panny sitting on the bleachers thinking the sumo class is going to be dead? Personally, if I spent $9000 in 2012 and by 2014 I could have spent $9000 on a OLED.... I'd be pissed.
Posted January 08 2013 - 01:09 AM
Agreed Sam, I have no clue who will buy those other than celebrities and people with more money than sense. There simply is no content to make them viable anyway. I intend to buy a 4k projector eventually, and am leery of spending real dough on a 1080p one, but I'm not going to jump on 4k before the infrastructure is really ready. OP updated with Samsung and Sony announcements.
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