Pure Digital launched their latest point and shoot camcorder today, the high-definition Flip MinoHD. Keeping the same, sleek styling of the Mino camcorder launched back in June, the MinoHD adds 720p recording (1280 x 720) and, at 4GB, double the memory of its standard-definition counterpart. But has the Flip gone high-maintenance along with high-definition?
Netflix streaming multimedia players are heating up with HD content. Folk at Roku has revealed plan, at its public discussion forum, to deliver Netflix movies in HD by the end of year. Joining the recently announced Xbox 360, the soon-to-update Roku player will be the next Netflix Networked streaming player to support HD content.
Oh, the world of wireless HDTV just keeps slipping beyond our grasp! And though we know it will come eventually, it's frustrating, to say the least, that the technology keeps being put off.
While HDTV recorders are not anything new, they do still catch our eye because they've yet to enter the mainstream when it comes to consumer electronics. However, DViCO has announced two new products that could change that.
If you have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of all of your favorite TV shows on iTunes, then you'll be pleased to hear the company has come one step closer to making that wish come true.
A lot of prototypes for all sorts of devices are showing up at CEATEC in Japan this week. One such prototype is a pair of "pseudo 3D" glasses from JVC that convert 2D video in real time to something that resembles 3D.
Just weeks ago words got out that Vudu was testing a new format of HD download with quality equivalent of Blu-Ray, and today the HDX is out officially. The new format encodes video at variable bit-rate of MPEG-4 H.264 format in 1080p at 24 frames per second, and promises to deliver twice the quality of any VOD contents currently available on the market.
You know when you go to the local electronics store and see the biggest TV they offer and think, "Geez, that's just too big for my living room." Well, take that feeling and multiply it by 100 and that's how you'd feel about the 150-inch plasma screen prototype from Panasonic. In a word, this thing is massive.
While Vudu is prepping its IP-based HD Video on Demand to rival Blu-Ray disc, some beta testers are seeping out their early tested result-it takes hours to download just for the flick to get started. There is no secret that Vudu is planning on more 1080p HD contents on demand service with upgraded features like full 1080p video over component output, multizone support and lifetime content warranty.