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CESS 2007 Las Vegas Nevada USA
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Jan 8 - Many enthusiasts credit Definitive’s Mythos speaker family with establishing the now popular “plasma speaker” category, and at CES the firm expanded the family with its most abitious model ever: the Mythos ST floorstanding speaker. Like all Mythos model, the new ST is housed in a slim, polished aluminum enclosure (offered in silver or black, as shown here). But on the inside, the ST’s technology is all new.

The top section of the ST features a D’Appolito array with two 5.25-inch patented Definititive BDSS mid-bass drivers flanking an all-new, centrally positioned 1-inch aluminim dome tweeter. The BDSS drivers share the same technology used in Definitive’s terrific-sounding, TPV award-winning ProCinema 1000 system, while the tweeter is said to reduce non-linearities by a whopping 50 percent relative to earlier Definitive tweeters.

The bottom section of the ST features a distinctive racetrack-shaped, carbon fiber-coned woofer powered by a 300-watt digital amplifier, plus two “infrasonic” subwoofers. Bass output for each sleek ST is comparable to output from one of Definitive’s award-winning SuperCube I subwoofers, which is saying a mouthful.

We can’t wait to try these speakers in TPV’s Audio Lab, because our expectation is that they will combine decorator-approved, plasma-friendly good looks with eye-popping high-end sound. In fact, the Mythos STs just might turn out to be the most audiophile-pleasing products Definitive has yet made

Se me hace que aunque LG haya anunciado su nuevo reproductor hibrido, este será incompatible con la nueva generación de Blue Ray con H264 y el HD DVD tricapa.
Aparte no he sabido de alguna conferencia de Universal que hable sobre el Totaly HD Disc.
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Flash de Sandisk Micro Disco Duro de 32G

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La HDTV LCD mas grande 108 pulgadas con 1080P

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Westinghouse anuncia sus nuevas TVs de 2160P
1080p is really what you should be looking for in a new high-definition HDTV, but the next generation is just around the corner: Westinghouse showcases a 2160p - commonly referred to as a Quad HDTV.

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Sony presenta su tecnologia de OLED
Sony is demonstrating two slim TVs that incorporate OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology at CES 2007 in Las Vegas (January 8-11).

The 11- and 27-inch TVs are about 3mm and less than 10mm thin, respectively, (when the thinnest part of the body is measured), according to a company press release. The 27-inch model features a full high-definition (HD) panel while the 11-inch TV is designed with a wide-SVGA panel.

Sony will soon decide on the mass production schedule for smaller-size OLED TVs and it is now developing panels for mid- to larger-size TVs, said Sony.

Sony began mass production of full-color OLED displays in September 2004, according to the company.

OLED has been widely used in applications such as handsets, MP3 players and car-use devices. According to DisplaySearch, handset sub-displays and MP3 player displays continued to account for over 90% of global OLED application, respectively, in the third quarter of 2006. However, the technology has not yet widely adopted in the TV segment.

In May 2005, Samsung unveiled a 40-inch active matrix (AM) OLED LCD TV with a resolution of 1,280×800 (WXGA). The prototype offers a brightness of 600 nits, a contrast ratio of 5,000:1 and a color gamut of 80%.

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DirecTV ofrese un reciber portatil con 100 canales en HD.
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Telarc soretea un reproductor carrusel de SACD con toda la colección de SACDs de Telarc, 400 discos, para celebrar el CES 2007
Sony 400-disc DVP-CX777ES
Fully loaded with SACDs from Telarc and Heads Up!
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Un discote de luz azul que si saldrá a la venta, 200G.
Las Vegas (NV) - While we are just noticing a greater adoption of the first-generation high-definition media formats and a new wave of 50 GB Blu-ray will be shipping in the first quarter of this year, we have spotted the next generation of Blu-ray at CES.

TDK previewed a massive 200 GB Blu-ray disc, which the company claims has enough room to store approximately 18 hours of high-definition video (encoded at 24 Mbps). The company did not say when such media may be commercially available.
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Algo muy interesante, que no se si Cisco ya haya trabajado en ellos, o si los chinos ya se copiaron
Se trata de los Petabytes con HP, su ProCurve and CERN Networking, a lo mejor esto revolucionará el internet.
A petabyte is one quadrillion bytes.

15 petabytes is the amount of data that will be generated each year in particle physics experiments using CERN's Large Hadron Collider, due to be launched in 2007. This is where the building blocks of matter and the forces that hold them together are studied. To handle that much data, CERN trusts ProCurve Networking for a secure, reliable and high-performing network.

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