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Samsung Electronics America, Inc., and Blockbuster Inc., a global leader in entertainment announced the immediate availability of Blockbuster’s vast and growing library of premium digital entertainment for rent or purchase on select 2009 Samsung HDTVs, Blu-ray Players and Blu-ray integrated Home Theater Systems..

With this service rollout, Blockbuster is introducing a seamless entertainment experience that allows consumers to watch BLOCKBUSTER On Demand content across multiple Blockbuster-enabled devices in the home. For example, Mom or Dad could order “Scooby Doo: The hd6Goblin King” from BLOCKBUSTER On Demand on blockbuster.com at work, and the kids could start watching right away on their Samsung TV in the living room and watch it again on a Samsung Blu-ray player in the den. Mom and Dad could later order “Observe and Report” directly on the Samsung Blu-ray in the den, start watching, and then continue watching it on the Samsung TV in the bedroom.

Specific models featuring the new BLOCKBUSTER On Demand service include Samsung Series 650 and above LCD and Plasma HDTVs and Series 7000 and above LED HDTVs. The service is also available on Samsung BD-P1600, BD-P3600 and BD-P4600 Blu-ray players, as well as select Samsung Blu-ray integrated Home Theater Systems (HT-BD1250, HT-BD3252, HT-BD7200 and HT-BD8200) via firmware upgrade

With the BLOCKBUSTER On Demand service, owners of these Samsung devices now have the hottest new releases from Blockbuster right at their fingertips — whether it’s the latest comedies such as “Year One,” action-packed thrillers like “State of Play”, hot box office hits such as “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past”, and award winners like “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” The video on demand (VOD) movie rentals range from $2.99 to $3.99, while purchases will typically range from $7.99 to $19.99.

The BLOCKBUSTER On Demand service provides comprehensive on-screen search and browsing capabilities, as well as full details, ratings, trailers, and other information about each movie directly on the television, eliminating the need for customers to manage a viewing queue on their PC. The offering will be easily accessible by selecting the Internet@TV feature on Samsung TVs or clicking a color-coded button on remotes for Samsung Blu-ray players and home theater systems. Once a customer rents or buys a movie, they simply press play to begin instant viewing.

To support the launch, Samsung Blu-ray disc players with the integrated BLOCKBUSTER On Demand service will be sold in Blockbuster’s thousands of corporate-owned stores and participating franchise stores.

Source: Blockbuster Inc.; Samsung Electronics America, Inc.

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Sony next step HDTV technology 3D TV .

Sony announcing plans to sell 3D televisions globally by the end of 2010.

Sony chief executive Sir Howard Stringer, announce plans at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, not only to sell 3D Bravia television sets, but to make Sony’s Vaio laptop computers, PlayStation3 games consoles and Blu – ray record players compatible with the technology.

Mr Stringer is expected to to tell the audience: “Today, 3D is distinctly on its way to the mass market washed-up technology, system and content.

“As with high definition a few years back, there are a variety of issues yet to be addressed. But the 3D train is on the track, and we at Sony are ready to drive it home.”
The consumer electronics industry has yet to agree on a single 3D standard, posing the risk of a format war like VHS and Betamax or Blu – ray and HD – DVD.

There are several types of 3D technology. Sony has opted for “active shutter” technology, using electronic glasses containing tiny shutters that open and close rapidly in synch with the television image to create a 3D impression.

Cinema 3D uses “polarisation” technology with simpler glasses. However, this only works when viewers are at a certain angle to the screen making it less suited to home viewing.
The electronics industry is looking for the next technology to boost sales, as high-definition television sales move past their peak. Hyundai is producing early 3D sets for the Japanese market and Panasonic has flagged up plans for products.

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With the growth in networked products, the quantity of cables used to connect these products has increased more. While data cables are being replaced with wireless communication systems such as Wi – Fi, the demand for wireless power transfer systems is also continuing to grow.. Sony will proceed with its efforts to develop technologies that applicable customer needs for the wireless transfer of power across a wide rang of  products, distances and energy levels. It would be truly amazing to see a television one day that has wireless HD, power, and Internet capabilities

Sony has announced the development of a highly efficient wireless power transfer system that eliminates the use of power cables from electronic products such as television sets. Using this system, up to 60 Watts of electrical energy can be transferred over a distance of 50cm ( at an efficiency of approximately 80 %, approximately 60 % including rectifier ). This new wireless power transfer system incorporates a form of contactless electrical energy transmission technology based on magnetic resonance. With magnetic resonance, electromagnetic energy is only transferred to recipient devices that share the identical resonant frequencies as the energy source, so energy transfer efficiency is maintained, even when misalignment occurs. Furthermore, even if there are metal objects located between the transmitter and receiver, no heat induction occurs

Sony has and drawn on its senescence of skill developing high radio frequency ( RF ) technologies for use hold wireless communications and broadcast products to shape a new rectifier that realizes both high efficiency and speed. The new wireless power transfer system combines these technologies to transfer efficiency of 60 %, even when a rectifier is included. Sony has developed passive extender units that are set to the same frequencies as the transmission and recipient devices, enabling the transfer distance to be extended from 50cm degradation free in transfer efficiency.

Hope to see it on the market soon.

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Sony XBR8

If you’re seeking out the best Sony has to suggestion the 1920 x 1080p 55 – inch KDL – 55XBR8 and 46 – inch KDL – 46XBR8 models which incorporate Sony ‘ s proprietary three – color LED backlight technology and a vastly improved colour gamut.

By using LED news to backlight the LCD panel, the XBR8 television deliver superlatively superior black levels than you would see on average LCD televisions.

In addition to LED backlighting, the Sony XBR8 series features a new video processing chipset from called the Bravia Engine 2 Pro which Sony says provides superior picture standard over previous Engine processing chips.

The XBR8 series also features 120HZ motion technology to reduce the vapour trails and judder common 60HZ LCD panels.

Inputs on the XBR8 models include four 1080 / 60 24p HDMI connections ( HDCP ), two 1080 / 60p HD component inputs, a 1080 / 60p – capable PC input, Ethernet ( RJ – 45 ) port and a RS – 232C connection.

Although the Sony XBR8 series of LCD televisions sets a new standard for Sony picture sort, it does posses two notable drawbacks.

Price and the second is power consumption. The Sony 46 and 55 inch panels are priced at $5, 000 and $7, 000 respectively. For example, Sony ‘ s 46 – inch XBR6 series panel is currently priced at $2, 700 which means you will pay an 85 % premium for the benefits of backlighting.

Secondly the XBR8 series of LCD panels are power intensive. The 46 inch XBR8 model consumers 23 % more power ( 350 W vs. 285W ) that the 46 inch XBR6 series. The 55 – inch XBR8 panel consumes a vast 480W.


Sony XBR9

The Sony XBR9 series will come in four sizes: 32″, 40”, 46”, and 52”.

Features of 40 ” and larger sets of the Sony Bravia XBR9 series include 1920×1080p resolution, 240 Hz framerate technology, the Sony Bravia Engine 3, 24p 24p True Cinema support, 4x HDMI 1. 3 inputs, XrossMediaBar ( XMB ) menu, an Internet powered TV guide, Bravia Sync / Link, and PC VGA and component inputs. A USB 2. 0 input is also used for display photos or playing video or audio from a USB storage device.

The 32 ” panel is 120Hz and uses the Bravia Engine 2.

The primary selling point for the flagship XBR9 series will produce the sets internet connectivity and DLNA compliancy for streaming cd from a computer on your national network.

Bravia VE5 ( eco televisions )

The BRAVIA VE5 – series comes in three models ( 40 “, 46 ” and 52 “ ) and suggestion substantial power savings over standard LCD panels thanks to zero-watt standby power switch, with motion and light sensors that minimize energy usage.

The 52 – inch KDL – 52VE5, the 46 – inch KDL – 46VE5 and the 40 – inch KDL – 40VE5 models are also the first to incorporate Sony ‘ s micro – tubular Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp ( HCFL ). Sony claims the technology helps lower  power consumption by almost 40 percent compared to the company ‘ s other LCD HDTV models and exceed Energy Star 3.0 requirements.

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