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LG LH-Series Wireless HDTV Make Their Way Past The FCC

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Last month, LG's LH-Series Wireless HDTV was released in South Korea. Luckily for us, that same HDTV has just made its way past the FCC. This obviously means that it will make its way over here eventually - in America at least - as the 55LH85. This HDTV will come with the ASW1000 Media Box, "which has three HDMI jacks, a pair of component inputs, antenna in, and VGA, all of which it can wireless[ly] send to your set from 10 meters away at 60GHz." According to Engadget, you won't be able to hide the Media Box because it needs to be in the line of sight to work properly. No word on the availability or price, but we should have that information soon.


Mitsubishi Now Shipping 3D-Ready Home Threatre and 16-Speaker Unisen HDTVs, Showcased in NYC

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Mitsubishi has just shown off their 3D-ready Home Theatre HDTV and their 16-Speaker Unisen HDTV. They were being showcased over in NYC. You may remember them because I talked about them back in April. Check out the specs here if you like, and keep in mind, they are now shipping!


Could This Be The New Samsung Bigfoot?

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Remember the Samsung "Bigfoot"? Well, apparently, that model we saw in early May might not have been the final product that Samsung intends to launch. This "Bigfoot" has: a 3-inch capacitive AMOLED touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 3MP camera, HSDPA connectivity, and will run Android. Apparently, this is scheduled to launch "really soon", but they haven't announced an official date or price yet. On a side note, I do hope they change the colour before it launches.


Archos Announce PMP, Windows 7 Tablet, and Two Laptops

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Archos announced a slew of products today, the 3 PMP, 9 Windows 7 Tablet, and the 10 and 13, which are laptops.

Like I said, Archos just announced their latest PMP, the Archos 3. Not much is known about this device, but it does have 8GB of storage, a 3-inch touchscreen, photo / video recording, and 14 hours of audio playback. The price and availability have not been announced yet.

Next up is the Archos 9 and it's a tablet that will run Windows 7. This tablet has: a 9-inch touchscreen display, an Atom Z515 1.2GHz CPU, 80GB of storage, Bluetooth, and dual DVB-T antennas. The said tablet should be available by October, but a September release date could also be possible. Pricing has not been mentioned yet. Check out the correct link below for some hands-on pictures.

Archos continued their onslaught with their recent announcement of a netbook, the Archos 10 "MiniPC." Now much is known about it, but it's said to be lighter and slimmer than the old Archos 10 and will have basically the same specs. It will be available later this month, but the pricing hasn't been mentioned. The Archos 10 will debut with 2 battery options, a 3 and a 6-cell option. Last, but not least, is the Archos 13. The Archos 13 has: a 13-inch display, a 1.2GHz Celeron ULV CPU, and other "standard specs." It will be available towards the end of the Summer and will be retailing for around $800 USD.

[Engadget (PMP), Engadget (Tablet), Engadget (Laptops)]

LG Tritan Now Available From Alltel

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Remember the LG Tritan that was supposed to launch 2 days ago? Well, it got a short delay, but it is now available on Alltel. To recap, the LG Tritan has: a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, and a 3MP camera. The phone is now available on Alltel for $99, but is available online for $79 USD after a $100 mail-in rebate. The site also says that it's a buy one get for one deal, so and  scoop one up now.

[Boy Genius]

Sony Vaio TT Netbook Has a Blu-Ray Drive, Price Tag is of the Charts

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Most netbooks that come out don't have DVD drives, and it's pretty interesting when a manufacturer actually decides to pack one in there. Putting in a Blu-ray drive would be downright insane, wouldn't it? Yes, for the idea; No, for our wallets.

Sony's latest netbook, the Sony Vaio TT, has a Blu-ray drive and Sony claims this to be the "world's lightest Blu-ray notebook." Along with the Blu-ray drive, the Vaio TT also has: an 11.1-inch LED-backlit display with a 1,366 x 768 resolution, an Intel Core 2 Duo SU9600 1.6GHz CPU, a 250GB HDD, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, HDMI / VGA out, Intel's 4500MHD graphics, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR / A2DP, and 2 USB 2.0 slots. This netbook's standard battery is said to last up to 7.5 hours, but it's probably a false claim. The Vaio TT only weighs 1.3kg, just in case you wanted to know. The specs are great for a netbook, but how much will it hurt your wallet?

The cheapest Blu-ray model of the Vaio TT is available for an insane $2,899 USD. Is it still worth it?

[CD Freaks, Sony]

Construction Done... For Now

So, I think I've finished sprucing up this pre-made blog layout. I'm going with a cleaner and brighter layout this time around and I'll try to keep it for a while. I like the general layout, but the colours are a bit plain to me. I'll keep this layout for now though, so tell me if you like it.

On a side note, I will be talking about some tech tomorrow and I'm definitely excited. Although, these past 2 days have been quite boring in the tech world.