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Toshiba Regza J7 and Z7 TVs pack built-in DVR with recommendation feature, we go eyes-on (video)

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Toshiba Regza J7 and Z7 TVs pack builtin DVR with recommendation feature, we go handson video

Toshiba had its new lineup of Regza HDTVs on hand at CEATEC today, showing sets from both the J7 Series and Z7 series. The J7 Series offers 32-, 40, 50- and 65-inch options, all of which boast 1080p resolutions save for the 32-incher. Pricing starts at ¥75,000 (about 1) and tops off at ¥370,000 for the largest model. The slightly higher-end Z7 Series includes 42-, 47- and 55-inch models, with pricing ranging from ¥180,000 to ¥370,000. The Z7 Series also boats Toshiba’s “time-shift machine” feature, which automatically records up to 40 hours of content on primary channels and suggests programs based on your viewing habits.

We spent a few minutes staring into the high-def abyss at the company’s rather dim booth, and all of the displays looked quite stunning. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to test out the time-shift feature, so we’ll have to take the company on its word there. The premium Z7 models include a thinner bezel and an overall sleeker look, while the J7 featured a more rounded design, with a beefier border around the panel. All of the TVs are expected to debut in time for the holiday season. For now, you can get a sneak peek from our hands-on video below.

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Sony unveils world’s first AV receiver with Wi-Fi built-in

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

Pocket-lint: Sony’s latest home cinema network AV receiver allows you to stream all your media content from your smartphones and tablet devices due to the fact that it’s the first AV receiver of its…



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Best Buy Insignia cTV with DVR-less TiVo built-in launches July 31st

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Best Buy and TiVo announced they were forming a “broad partnership” two years ago, then revealed a connected HDTV product last year, and now it’s apparently just days from being released. This information posted over at ZatzNotFunny pegs the launch date for the Insignia cTV as July 31st, packing the TiVo Premiere’s menu system and apps like Netflix, CinemaNow and Pandora. The 32- and 42-inch models feature built-in WiFi, but no included DVR and don’t require a TiVo subscription. With the recent launch of multiroom streaming on the TiVo Premiere and another DVR-less product from TiVo in the Preview, this is a perfect opportunity to include multiroom access, no set-top box needed. Unfortunately, like the pricetag of the cTV units, that detail has yet to be revealed.

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TEAC ‘mini Aurb’ iPod dock has built-in DAB/FM radio

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

What Hi-fi: TEAC’s Aurb iPod dock has shrunk, this being a more compact version of the original SR-100 model.
It has a similar curved design, and is equipped with a DAB/FM radio as well as iPod…



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2012 Jaguar XJ to have built-in smartphone dock

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

Electronista: Jaguar’s flagship sedan, the 2012 XJ, will come with a smartphone dock that will show the phone’s screen on the car’s built-in navigation screen, Pocket-Lint…



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Evoluce announces 46-inch display with built-in 3D sensors

Friday, March 18th, 2011

We’ve already seen Evoluce toy around with Kinect hacks and multitouch displays, and it’s now inevitably managed to combine the two. The company has just announced its new I-Voluce display, which fuses a standard 46-inch LCD with some integrated “3D depth sensing technology” that’s apparently not simply a repurposed Kinect — exact details on it are light, but it will apparently work from a distance of up to 13 feet, and it relies on Windows 7 for an OS. That’s obviously not designed for home use, but Evoluce does see plenty of potential for the displays in public spaces like museums, as well as in office and education environments. For those that prefer a more hands-on approach, Evoluce also has an updated version of its Surface-style multitouch table, the Evoluce Two, which also packs 3D depth sensing technology and can accommodate up to six users simultaneously. Of course, neither exactly come cheap — look for prices to start at €3,995, or about ,600.

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Sony Bows HandyCam Camcorders with Built-in Projector: HDR-PJ50V, HDR-PJ30V, HDR-PJ10

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Sony innovates with new Handycam models featuring an integrated LCD-mounted projector capable of throwing a 60-inch image.

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