Moser Baer, the maker of storage media such as DVDs and CDs, has forayed into the television market with the launch of its new range of LCD TVs under the Ice brand name. The TVs fit into the “personal viewing” category of LCD TVs, with screen sizes of 20 inches, 22 inches and 24 inches.
That old 21-inch TV is so yesteryear. It’s now the era of the LCD or liquid-crystal display TV.
Sharp plans to unveil its first 3D TV series, the Sharp Aquos LE925 Quattron LED series, at the IFA 2010.
Acer has announced five new LCD monitors- G195HQ, G205H, G225HQ, G235H and G245H, targeted towards gamers and multimedia enthusiasts.
Making an entry into the Indian LCD TV market, PC monitor maker TPV India has lined up plans to tap the potential offered by tier II towns. TPV India is a part of TPV Technology Ltd, world's largest computer display manufacturer.
Danish luxury electronics company Bang & Olufsen has announced a new 46-inch BeoVision 10-46 LCD television after its recent success with BeoVision 10-40.
Nokia Corporation, the biggest mobile-phone manufacturer in the world, has filed suits against a number of major makers of liquid-crystal display (LCD) for alleged price-fixing.
Sharp Aquos LE700 LCD TVs with LED backlighting will be available soon. Sharp today announced the launch of its latest high-definition LED TVs in the US. The LE700 Sharp Aquos series TVs are expected to be available in Europe and Asia in a few months' time. Sharp LE 700 LED TVs boast a host of features completely new to the high-performance HD TV market.