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72LEX9 LG’s Largest Commercial 3D LCD TV

72LEX9 LG’s Largest Commercial 3D LCD TV

Are you ready for Monday Night Football? You may not be if you don't have LG's 72LEX9, its newest and largest commercial 3D LCD TV. It's a king-sized masterpiece (72 representing the TV's size in inches). Don't worry if you're wondering why you don't know where to get your hands on this TV, it's not out in the U.S. yet. But the 72LEX9 would definitely be a crowd pleaser for Sunday or Monday night games.

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€799 Galaxy Tab on sale in Germany says Samsung

€799 Galaxy Tab on sale in Germany says Samsung

Samsung Germany has put the Galaxy Tab Android 2.2 tablet up for sale, though the hefty €799 ($1,106) price tag may put many would-be buyers off.  Supplied unlocked and SIM-free, the Tab has a 7-inch touchscreen, 3G/UMTS, WiFi and a 3-megapixel camera

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Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon Announced, Due in the Coming Weeks

Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon Announced, Due in the Coming Weeks

At tonight's CTIA event, Motorola took some time out of their busy schedule to announce the Motorola Droid Pro. While it may not look like the other Droid-based products that have launched on Verizon, from either Motorola or HTC, it's definitely got the feature set to warrant the title. Featuring a candy-bar style, "BlackBerry-esque" look, along with a capacitive touchscreen atop the full QWERTY keyboard, the Droid Pro will stand out amongst the crowd.

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HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

HTC Media Link wireless DLNA adapter due Q4

It fell through the cracks a little at HTC's press event earlier - two new uberphones like the Desire HD and Desire Z will have that effect - but we're quietly excited about the upcoming HTC Media Link wireless DLNA streaming adapter.  Introduced as part of the company's new Sense evolution, the compact box works with the two new handsets and allows you to stream media to TVs that lack integrated DLNA support.

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Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear has outed their latest HD-capable home media player, the Netgear NeoTV 550, together with a range of new HomePlug AV compliant Powerline adapters delivering up to (a theoretical) 500Mbps connection speeds.  The NeoTV 550 (NTV550) has HDMI, component and composite video outputs (together with analog and S/PDIF digital audio outputs) and can play local 1080p HD files on attached USB, eSATA or SD storage or stream from UPnP, DLNA or WMP11 network sources.  Meanwhile a second version, the NeoTV 350, swaps the eSATA for another USB port and has a more basic remote.

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HP StorageWorks X300 Data Vault Review

HP StorageWorks X300 Data Vault Review

HP continues to push ahead with Windows Home Server, offering domestic and small business users a central storage point for backups and media server duties, together with drive redundancy and more. Latest to the SlashGear test bench is the HP StorageWorks X300, a new Data Vault product that offers up to 7TB of internal storage shared between up to ten users. Check out the full review after the cut.

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Samsung 2010 HDTV, Blu-ray and 3D home theater systems unveiled

Samsung 2010 HDTV, Blu-ray and 3D home theater systems unveiled

We're at Samsung's home entertainment event in NYC this morning, and the company has taken the wraps off of their latest LCD and plasma HDTVs, Blu-ray players - including the world's first portable model with 3D support - and a trio of surround-sound home theater systems.  3D is definitely Samsung's watchword today, with the new 65-inch UN65C8000 ultra-slim LED HDTV ($5,999.99), 50- and 58-inch PN58C680 ($2,299.99) and PN50C680 ($1,599.99) plasma HDTVs and 50-inch PN50C490 ($1,099.99) plasma all 3D-capable and supporting 1080p HD.

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Galaxy S official accessories revealed: Desk & Car docks, DLNA HD streamer [Update: pricing!]

Galaxy S official accessories revealed: Desk & Car docks, DLNA HD streamer [Update: pricing!]

Samsung has outed a range of official accessories for their popular Galaxy S smartphone, including both desktop and in-car docks together with portable charger for juicing up a spare battery.  As with docks we've seen for Motorola phones, the Samsung versions recharge the Galaxy S; however Samsung also offer a free Desk Home app in the Android Market that automatically manages daytime/nighttime brightness and provides one-touch access to the Daily Briefing, alarm clock, music, pictures, movie gallery and local weather.

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Acer Stream due August 3rd tips UK retailer

Acer Stream due August 3rd tips UK retailer

Acer's Stream Android 2.1 smartphone went into a stealth mode of sorts after its official launch at the end of May, but UK retailer Expansys has just announced that the handset should be arriving on August 3rd.  They'll be the exclusive source of the Stream, in fact, priced at £399.99 ($610).

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Parrot’s Philippe Starck Zikmu ‘in Color’ wireless speakers go on sale

Parrot’s Philippe Starck Zikmu ‘in Color’ wireless speakers go on sale

Parrot has updated its distinctive Zikmu speaker range with a new selection of colors together with an improved software client that boosts remote iPod functionality.  As well as the original black versions, Parrot will offer white, grey and lime-green/yellow models; each uses the same NXT flat-panel speaker system for 360-degree audio.

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Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and Ultra 6: TiVo streaming, RAID and more

Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and Ultra 6: TiVo streaming, RAID and more

Netgear has outed a pair of new NAS boxes, the ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and ReadyNAS Ultra 6, packing up to 12TB of storage together with TiVo and Orb compatibility.  The new media functionality means that TiVo owners will be able to use the new ReadyNAS Ultra units to stream content stored on the mini-server, together with Orb and DLNA compliant kit.

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Android LG tablet and flagship Optimus Z refresh due Q4

Android LG tablet and flagship Optimus Z refresh due Q4

LG are planning to release an Android-based tablet in Q4 2010, as part of a new push for the Google OS both in its home Korea and abroad.  The unnamed tablet is yet to be detailed; however, LG has also revealed it's working on an updated version of the Optimus Z SU950, with the same OMAP3630 processor as found in the DROID X and a 3.8-inch display, for launch in Q4.

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