San Antonio — The Progressive Retailers Organization was at the Westin La Cantera Hill Coun
Batavia, N.Y. – Custom video display systems manufacturer Display Development, based here, will travel to CEDIA Expo in Indianapolis, Sept. 6-8, to introduce two in-wall high-definition projection systems to its growing product assortment.
Seoul, South Korea – LG Electronics made good on one of its new TV technology promises from January CES by officially putting its 84-inch “Ultra Definition (UD)” 3D LCD TV on sale in the Korean Market Wednesday.
Montreal, Canada — Sensio Technologies said Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with Chinese TV manufacturer Hisense Electric Co. (HEC) to integrate Sensio Hi-Fi 3D and Sensio S2D Switch technologies in Hisense 3DTVs.
The agreement covers every market in the world.
Sensio Hi-Fi 3D is a frame-compatible technology for high-fidelity stereoscopic signal processing easily integrated into display products.
Dallas – Epson America said Monday it has enhanced its ImageWay Partner Program, which provides professional-level business equipment to small- to medium-sized businesses by including access to the full range of Epson imaging solutions.
Equipment added to the program includes business projectors, business printers and document scanners.
Philadelphia – Glasses-free 3DTV technology developer Stream TV Networks said Wednesday it has teamed up with Chinese TV manufacturing giant Hisense to produce a range of televisions and other products featuring using its Ultra-D (3D without glasses) technology.
The first product to market will be a 42-inch 1080p auto-stereoscopic 3D display, with plans for additional Ultra-D-enabled 3D smart TVs, tablets and smartphones to follow. No pricing was available.
The unit will be sold exclusively on Vizio.com and free shipping is available for a limited time, the company said. The Co-Star turns any HDTV into a smart TV and features 1080p and 3D support; and enables users to access full screen web browsing with Adobe Flash Player and HTML 5, as well as access to entertainment apps such as the OnLive Game Service, Netflix, YouTube and more. That is available without switching inputs or remotes thanks to the universal touchpad remote with keyboard, Vizio said. The Co-Star is said to be the first stream player to offer video games on demand.