Philips has revealed the industry’s first 21:9 movie format TV in India. The Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series should be available in stores by next year at the price of around Rs. 4-5 lakhs.
Philips is bringing a whole new range of LED, LCD and ultra slim televisions to the Indian market this festival season.
Philips has a new range of speaker systems called the Philips Fidelio that can be connected to the iPhone, iPod iPod Touch and even the iPad using either a docking station, a 30 pin connector or by streaming via Bluetooth.
Now that we were all set to accessorize our living rooms with 3D TVs from Samsung, Panasonic and the like, Philips and Dimenco have announced that their upcoming 3D TVs will allow viewers to get the complete three-dimensional experience without the need for putting on shutter glasses.
Philips has confirmed rumors of the first Android MP4 Player – the Philips GoGear Connect – and promises to unveil it officially at Berlin’s IFA 2010 consumer electronics show.
Home cinema viewers have always been irritated by the fact that they could not perfectly recreate a movie hall experience, visually, on their widescreen flat-panel TVs. HDTV sets can take you only so far. A lot of the movies produced now are in the 21:9 format that is suitable for movie theaters. When you watch such a movie on a 16:9 TV set, you get black bars at the top and bottom, wasting screen space. Something all of us have experienced while watching the latest movies from Hollywood.