You’re looking for a cheap Blu-ray player, but it’s almost impossible unless you want to buy a playstation 3. Now you don’t have to worry, because the Toshiba BDX2150 Wifi-Ready Blu-ray Disc Player is here to save the day. You won’t have to spend $200+ just to watch your blu-ray movies, because this blu-ray player is only $59, and can be found used for even less on stores like Amazon!
It is extremely fast, user-friendly, and easy to set up. Just plug it up, hook it up to your television, and watch your Blu-ray movies in crystal clear quality. This is a product that is very quickly sold out, because of how inexpensive it is. It is very rarely sold offline, so make sure you snatch yours up today!
$59 @ Toshiba
An item that is commonly being bought more and more for men is a universal remote. This remote is wired to different things around the house, to make everything easily accessible. For instance, if he wanted to open the garage without getting up, he could simply press the button he has designated to open the garage. Some of the features pretty much any Universal Remote has are as follows:
· Lightweight, just like a normal television remote.
· A portable way to do pretty much everything electronically around the house.
· Inexpensive, and easy to designate buttons towards doing different processes.
· Most remotes come with stickers you can label to each button, to make it easier to differentiate between them.
Your man will be more than happy with this universal remote, especially if you do all the work syncing it for him!
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Ever heard of Warpia? Perhaps, or perhaps not. Regardless, this is definitely one company that is dedicated delivering single-chip wireless USB solutions to the masses, and they are certainly more than happy to announce the availability of the new and improved Easy Dock Pro. New and improved, eh? That basically means there is a predecessor to said peripheral (aptly named the Easy Dock), with the spanking new Easy Dock Pro enabling users to wirelessly connect to a notebook which in turn will be hooked up to your desktop monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers, or to your big-screen TV in HD quality. Unlike its predecessor, the Easy Dock, the Easy Dock Pro can display any online content in stunning HD quality. Playing nice with both Mac and PC platforms, it is also full well capable of supporting other monitors as well as displays of up to 25-inch in size with resolutions of 1920 × 1080 courtesy of a DVI or VGA connection. Bear in mind that the Easy Dock Pro might “mirror” your laptop screen, it will also be able to deliver the “extend mode” that lets you operate a couple of displays simultaneously, making it feel as though your TV was connected to your laptop. For those who love living out the wireless lifestyle, you would definitely appreciate the plug-and-play functionality of the Easy Dock Pro. You can pick it up from Amazon.com and on Warpia’s website for less than $150 a pop.
Get it here – Warpia Wireless USB Easy Dock PC Pro
As if sports weren’t exciting enough, now it seems that technology is making them even more exciting. ESPN broadcasting is about to bring you the world’s first 3D network. ESPN 3D is promising to show no less than 80 live 3D events in its inaugural year, to include FIFA World Cup matches, football, basketball and expanding to cover the X Games featuring skateboarding and rally car racing all live, and all right in the middle of your living room. Of course to have access to all this high tech wizardry you will need a 3D Ready Television, and some 3D glasses, and we’re not talking about the newest plastic ones that replace the cardboard red eye, blue eye numbers of yesteryear, we’re talking sophisticated battery operated shutter glasses and you will need a 3D ready set top box from your multichannel video provider. Discovery Communications is following right behind ESPN and has teamed up with the folks that bring you IMAX in the hopes of having their own 3D offering sometime next year. Unlike ESPN 3D, the Discovery Channel will have 3D programming available 24/7. I can’t imagine watching a game with the players running past me in my living room, it will be difficult to resist the urge to stick my foot out and “trip” a member of the opposing team, but I’m willing to grab a cold one, make some popcorn, and try to control myself! What are your plans?
Get a 3D TV here – Samsung UN55C7000 55-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV
For those who run establishments that need a TV outdoors (al fresco dining, anyone?), or for folks who have a really large back yard and want to enjoy their favorite series and movies privately, why not consider what SunBriteTV has to offer? This unique 22-inch all-weather outdoor display was specially concocted to cater for either category, making a splash at CEDIA EXPO 2010. The 2220HD will be available from October 15th onwards for $2,095, and before you go about screaming just how expensive that is for a 22-inch TV,just hear us out. Do not judge a book by its cover, and in this case, don’t judge a consumer electronics appliance by its price. The 2220HD model, as you can tell by its name is a 22-inch 1386 x 768 pixel HD LCD TV. It boasts a corrosion-resistant, powder-coated aluminum exterior that ensures the TV’s sensitive innards will be protected from rain, dirt, insects and other extreme weather conditions.
Thanks to the company’s very own Multi-Fan Airflow System, the TV is capable of remaining as cool as a cucumber even in temperatures of up to 122 degrees. Other features include variable fan-speed that is controlled by the TV’s internal thermostat, hence increasing cooling as required while keeping fan noise to a minimum. The TV also has a thermostatically-controlled heater which will activate automatically to prevent condensation from happening, letting you use it safely outdoors in temperatures as low as -24 degrees F. No full HD though, so you have got to be wary of that just in case you thought that you can now enjoy your favorite Blu-ray movies in 1080p glory. Are you interested in bringing one of these puppies home?
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Great deal on the Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Disc Player which combines high quality images with enhanced networking functions! The Panasonic DMP-BD60 includes an SD Memory card slot and USB slot, making it easy for the consumer to view and share both digital still images and HD video recorded with an HD camcorder in the AVCHD format.
In order to produce the ultimate picture quality, the Panasonic’s DMP-BD60 Blu-ray players employs high precision 4:4:4 signal technology, which working in tandem with PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus processes each pixel of the Blu-ray Disc video signal in the horizontal direction, to compliment vertical direction processing. P4HD (Pixel Precision Progressive Processing for HD) is another technology that contributes to the superior picture quality of the Blu-ray players. P4HD processes more than 15 billion pixels per second and applies the optimal processing to every pixel.
Panasonic’s Blu-ray players further utilize 16-level motion detection to categorize the image motion of each pixel into one of 16 levels; diagonal processing to detect diagonals and correct the pixels accordingly; 1080p up-conversion to up-convert content recorded in the 480i/p or 720p format to 1080p. The Blu-ray players also provide 1080/24p output, thereby reproducing cinema images from a Blu-ray Disc and DVD in their original 24p form with no need for conversion. This allows the user to enjoy cinema images in the same format used in cinema with a 1080/24p compatible TV. Normally cost $199 but you can get it for less than $129
But it here – Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray Disc Player
Pioneer’s back into its groove not with another GPS navigation system for vehicles or DVD/Blu-ray player, but this time round they aim to raise the bar (and seem to have done so successfully by the time you reach the end of the post) with their new range of high powered A/V receivers, where the quartet of these are targeted to enhance clarity, detail and dynamic “quick response” from uncompressed Dolby True-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks that can be found in Blu-ray Disc entertainment.
For instance, the all-new Pioneer Elite SC-25 and SC-27 A/V Receivers do feature a Direct Energy HD Class D amplifier that boasts ICEPower technology to ensure unprecedented reproduction of high resolution multi-channel, stereo as well as compressed audio and provide premium home entertainment that would even fool some into thinking that they’re at a movie theater. As for the Pioneer Elite SC-27, this model will leverage the full advantages of this emerging amplification technology, as it holds the position of being the industry’s first Class D amp design to achieve THX Ultra Plus and AIR Studio monitor certifications.
Entertainment purists will definitely be more pleased than punch to find out that the SC-25 and SC-27 utilize Burr-Brown analog to digital converters (ADC) and renowned Wolfson digital to analog converters (DAC), working in tandem to maintain high resolution performance throughout the entire digital signal processing chain from input to output. DAC performance is further brought to another level with the SC-27 as it boasts a professional-grade Burr-Brown 192kHz / 24-Bit sampling rate converter (SRC) for ultra-wide dynamic range and advanced jitter reduction. Guess all of your recently purchased Michael Jackson records are going to sound even better on this, just make sure you have a well defined room to maximize the effect of the audio output.
The other two models would be the Pioneer Elite VSX-21TXH and VSX-23TXH that are lower end and yet pack a punch with its Direct Energy Class A/B amplification, integrated video signal conversion, 1080p video scaling and an abundance of connectivity solutions for current and new high definition as well as standard definition entertainment sources. The Pioneer Elite will begin shipping sometime from this month onwards for $700 and $900, respectively, while the Pioneer Elite SC-25TXH and SC-27 will ship out next month for $1,700 and $2,000, respectively.
When you mention Hannspree, what goes through your head? Most people would associate the brand name with relatively expensive LCD TVs and monitors when compared to other counterparts of a similar size/viewing area, but there’s a good reason behind the premium you pay – most, if not all, Hannspree LCD TVs and monitors come in zany designs that will appeal to various people, targeting children mostly with quirky and cute designs. Well, Hannspree is back in their element yet again with their latest release, the 25″ ST251MKB 1080p Full HD LCD TV which will hit the US market, retailing for a surprisingly affordable $399.
Granted, having a screen size that measures 25″ across diagonally just won’t quite cut the mustard even when you’re watching a full High Definition movie since the display itself doesn’t have enough space to cram in all the pixels, but at least it could qualify as an impulse purchase device to surprise your kid and set up their own TV time elsewhere in the house. The 25″ ST251MKB 1080p Full HD LCD TV will be part of the company’s first line of mainstream digital TVs that fall under the ST series. And if you want one for yourself, you can definitely look forward to larger models in the near future – sometime later this year to be exact. You won’t find funny or cute animal shapes cut out around the ST series LCD TVs’ bezel, that’s for sure, as it boasts a stunning all-black design with a glossy front bezel alongside a set of key performance features that aim to appeal to today’s value and budget-conscious consumers.
Seems like you can’t go anywhere these days without being tempted to buy one of those digital photo frames. And it’s funny the difference a year makes, because just last year they were *the* thing, and THIS year, the technology has had to move forward a little bit in order for them to remain competitive. So the Kejan Japan company has created an all in one digital frame that will certainly wow the crowd come Christmas morning. It is the Kejan Japan P71-A2 and it seems, there is very little that this frame CAN’T do.
Been looking around online, searching for a new blue ray player with surround sound and found one at best buy. The Panasonic 1250W Home Theater System with Blu-ray Disc Player and iPod Dock looked like a good buy from them , has good reviews, and is on sale at bestbuy.com for about $800, compared to its normal $999. But you can get it even cheaper than that…