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a television system that has more than the usual number of lines per frame so its pictures show more detail

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The report, "4K and 8K Ultra HDTV Global Market Forecast", predicts that 222m homes will own an Ultra HD TV by the end of 2018, an increase of nearly 50% over the past twelve months.
HDTVs manufacturers that currently sell passive 3D HDTVs: LG, Panasonic, and Vizio
Smartphones were the number one, the major market intelligence company said, with nearly 60% of respondents; compared to 43% of respondents were interested in HDTVs.
VIZIO Internet Apps Plus also makes its entry in the emerging smart TV category with the new XVT3D476 and XVT3D556 Theater 3D HDTVs, VIZIO's most advanced connected HDTVs yet.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 13, 2010-Silicon Image introduces new MHL-enabled HDTV port processor(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
"Embedding the Skype software in our broadband HDTVs enriches the user experience, allowing consumers to connect with family and friends from the comfort of their family room without a PC," said Kevin Cha, MD of LG Electronics Levant.
The two new series of HDTVs with the LG's "Netcast Entertainment Access" feature enable viewers to access online content and services and are the first high definition televisions in the world to feature Netflix(R) instant streaming and Yahoo!(R) Widgets.
Currently, all VIZIO LCD HDTVs meet Energy Star 3.0 requirements for lower energy consumption.
Ltd, a world leader in the digital television market, yesterday launched its new line-up of LCD Full HD and HDTVs in Oman.
With some HDTVs, you have to sit close to the center of the screen to see it clearly.
The four PX600 VIERA HDTVs feature a new plasma display panel, giving viewers deeper, richer blacks and superb images with the industry's highest contrast ratio.
Because manufacturing such screens could prove simpler than making other types of high-definition television (HDTV) screens, such as liquid crystal or plasma displays, this new development may yield more-affordable HDTVs, claims James E.
But take-up rates will be slow due to the high cost of HDTVs - currently averaging $4,900 across Europe - and the limited availability of HD content.
Members of his group do custom installations and, in his words, "cater to a more affluent clientele." Still, as he bluntly put it, the industry "should be selling double the amount of HDTVs that we sell now.