Posted: April 30th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Under Cabinet TVs | Tags: 15.6inch, AM/FM, Coby, Digital, DVDCD, KTFDVD1560, Player, Radio, Screen, Swivel, UnderTheCabinet | No Comments »
- 15.6" Widescreen (16:9) TFT LCD
- DVD, DVD�R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG compatible
- Dual ATSC/NTSC tuner for digital and standard TV broadcast reception, Digital AM/FM radio, Audio/Video input jack for video games, VCRs, or other AV sources
- Convenient front panel and on-screen display, Integrated stereo speakers
- Multiple language, subtitle, and camera angle support / Parental lock control / Mounting kit included
• 15.6" widescreen TFT LCD
• DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG
• Dual ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner for digital and
standard TV broadcast reception
• Digital AM/FM radio
• Audio/Video input jack for video games,
VCRs, or other AV sources
• Convenient front panel and on-screen
• Integrated stereo speakers
• Multiple language, subtitle, and camera
• Parental lock control
• Mounting kit included
Posted: April 29th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Consumers, Innovative, Plexera, Screen, Touch, Unveils | No Comments »
Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) January 1, 2006
Plexera, a custom computer manufacturer in Mesa, announces the launch of their flagship product, the EyeCom Digital Lifestyle PC. Labeled “the easiest PC you’ll ever use,” this next generation computing platform offers all the latest PC features bundled into a slim unit that can be mounted on a desktop stand, under a cabinet, or on a wall.
This All-In-One PC includes the computer, LCD screen, touchscreen, stereo speakers, and wireless networking, all in the size of an LCD display. The clean design has only a single cord coming out the back, the power cord, while everything else is done wirelessly, including the internet, keyboard, and remote control. The simplified interface uses large on-screen buttons that allow quick access to the best features with one touch on the screen.
Customers often mount this unit in their kitchen to watch TV, play DVDs, CDs, and internet radio, get their email, organize recipes and phone numbers and have especially enjoyed playing games, like solitaire, with their finger on the touchscreen. “It is a fun and exciting new way to organize and really enjoy your life,” company President, Mark Biegel said. “The Digital Lifestyle concept is to access everyday features with one touch and in high definition.”
About Plexera: Plexera designs and markets custom PCs for residential applications for users of any technical ability. The combination of all-in-one design and slim enclosure allows for their products to be mounted virtually anywhere in the home, providing convenience and fun for the home user. Plexera products are designed around the concept of the new Digital Lifestyle where all daily activities that can be accomplished digitally, such as TV with TiVo, an appointment calendar, internet radio, email, etc. should be available in convenient locations and at a single touch. These products are designed to be as simple as a toaster, never requiring any technical knowledge. Total Support is provided to each unit via remote connections for full IT maintenance with little or no user interaction.
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Posted: April 8th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Good, Laptop, Preservation, Screen, Under | No Comments »
When we referred to the laptop LCD screen, the first word came into my mind is “vulnerable”. And indeed, it’s really vulnerable comparing with keyboard and the AC adapter. it’s 15.4 inches but one third of the cost of the laptop. you may seldom measure how much it is. Actually, we hardly noticed that it’s so expensive of the laptop LCD screen. Whatever the brand name screen or the commonly screen of the laptop, they are at a very high price. Like this LP154WX1 LCD screen, it’s not produced by HP or Dell Company.
When you are sensitive to the price of the laptop, you will pay more attention to your laptop LCD screen. I used to replace my Lenovo Idea Pad S10 LCD screen for nearly 150 dollars. Only when you have pay for it, you will be aware of its worth. Then, I have accumulated a lot of experiences of the maintenance of the laptop LCD screen.
As you may know the picture tube CRT monitor phosphors will age under the strong light, lower light-emitting efficiency, t. And the LCD screen is aging quickly under this circumstance. To avoid this situation, we should change the monitor brightness model which is adapted to the brightness of the environment.
Generally speaking, LCD screen has five years life time totally under the normal circumstance. LP154WX4-TLC8 LCD screen is a replacement of my laptop. It worked for four years until it get retired. That is astonishing news for me. As the LCD screen uses backlight lamp light, it has limited usage time. After years’ usage, the laptop screen will turn yellowish. The reason is hidden in the display. There are many liquid crystals under the LCD screen. As the light got damaged after tens of thousands times usage, some of the liquid crystal will be out of work.
Of course, it’s nonsense to keep the LP154WX4-TLC5 LCD screen sleeping all the day for we buy it for daily usage.
The solution is to reduce the unnecessary time exposing the LCD screen while you left the laptop alone. We can set the power management to reduce the loss of the lamp (some machines can quickly turn off the screen backlight through shortcut keys, which is more convenient). To be noticed, the LCD screen has different display performances, it’s useless to use the screen savior as the light of the backlight under the display is still under consumption.
Posted: March 9th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Flat, Screen, Televisions | No Comments »
The history of TV broadcasting does not follow nicely to a specific invention or an unambiguous area. Television in the united kingdom and within Europe evolved from different pioneers, every one making mandatory offerings to a complicated growth course.
The BBC’s wireless transmission transmitted the UK’s foremost TV programme in 1929. 1 or 2 services were broadcast in this fashion each day into 1930. Baird TV used an electromechanical system to make those initial transmissions, however a few years later, the English Broadcasting Corporation was manufacturing and transmitting its own programming.
World War II slowed the improvement of television in Britain. In fact , television went down during the war. It was June 1946 — just about 7 years after — before broadcasts continued.
In the rest of Europe, things progressed differently. The French government was disinclined to divert funds away from radio broadcasting in television’s youthful days, delaying expansion there. Tv sets remained well clear of grasp of most French citizens in the Thirties and Fourties. Unlike in Great Britain where broadcasts were halted during WWII, Nazi occupying armed forces snatched control of broadcasting within France.
Germans started TV transmitting in 1929, however they did not offer sound with their pictures until half way through the thirties. In August 1936, the Summer Olympics in Berlin were televised live. The govt even arranged public viewing rooms for those without their own television sets.
the resultant creation of magnetic tape made transmitting time-delayed and edited programming possible .
All around the world, conflicting broadcasting standards have slowed invention and made difficult the sharing of programs among states. Still, innovations came. Enhancements in transmitted quality and resolution were made over a period. Colour TV and at last stereo sound developed and were offered at different speeds of introduction around the planet.
Since the Eighties, the increasing availability of home video recording clobber and its increasing quality and convenience has placed TV viewing more in control of its viewers. VCRs gave way to DVD players, and those, in turn, gave way to hard drive based recorders. DVRs are giving way in some households to recording on home computers, smart telephones and other gizmos.
Now, most states in Europe and around the world have converted fully to Hi-D digital picture and sound. Screen resolutions are practically perfect. Additional improvements in picture and sound would set display resolution and audio ranges beyond our ability to perceive.
That leaves consumers thinking about what further innovations are attainable.
marketing pros are already answering that query. Pictures are now being broadcast by one or two broadcasters in 3D, a format once held in reserve for only specially-equipped motion picture houses. DVDs are coming onto market with multi-dimensional pictures. A few brands and models of televisions are in a position to receive and interpret these new image shows.
Excited consumers wait and wonder what is next — and when to purchase.
The url flat screen televisions has further details
Tunjay Singh is the author of the book “You Have All Been Fooled”. It is the ground breaking book that explores the different aspects of perspectives in life including religous perspectives on how they shape people. Winston is a regular contributor to article sites. He is an Information systems auditor by profession with an international portfolio.
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Posted: February 5th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet TVs | Tags: 165Lbs, 55Inch, APDAM2B, Articulating, Bracket, Cheetah, Displays, Dual, Flat, full., Motion, Mount, Mounts, Plasma, Screen, Wall | No Comments »
- Very Substantial Mount, Over 30Lbs Of Steel
- Dual Arms Extend To Over 20″ Fold To Less Than 5″
- 120 Degree Swivel, +-15 Degree Tilt
- Display Up TO 180Lbs
- Installation Manual And All Hardware Included
This is a very substantial mount with Dual arms and heavy guage steel. The arms extend over 20-Inch from the wall yet fold to less than 5-Inch. Even at full extension, this mount has very little sag or twist. It is rated for up to 165lbs and most displays 55-Inch and smaller weigh under 100lbs. The unit has dual tilt adjustment knobs and it will tilt forward or back 15 degrees. The wall plate is 19-Inch wide and has wide slots making it easy to mount into standard 16-Inch studs even if they are not exactly 16-Inch apart. Thus, the arms may be visible on the sides of 32-Inch units. The universal design will fit any display with a hole pattern up to 26.3-Inch wide and 18-Inch tall. The wall plate is 1/8-Inch thick and very stable and includes a large center hole for cable pass-though into the wall. This mount will swivel approximately 150 degrees depending on the size of your display. Dual TV locking screws are included to prevent accidental liftoff of the display. Installation instructions and hardware included.
Cheetah Mounts APDAM2B Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket for 32 to 55-Inch Displays Up To 165Lbs
Posted: February 1st, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet TVs | Tags: 15.6inch, AM/FM, Coby, Digital, DVDCD, KTFDVD1560, Player, Radio, Screen, Swivel, UnderTheCabinet | No Comments »
- 15.6″ widescreen TFT LCD
- DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG compatible
- Dual ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner for digital and standard TV broadcast reception
- Digital AM/FM radio
- Audio/Video input jack for video games, VCRs, or other AV sources
? 15.6″ widescreen TFT LCD
? DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG
? Dual ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner for digital and
standard TV broadcast reception
? Digital AM/FM radio
? Audio/Video input jack for video games,
VCRs, or other AV sources
? Convenient front panel and on-screen
? Integrated stereo speakers
? Multiple language, subtitle, and camera
? Parental lock control
? Mounting kit included
Coby KTFDVD1560 15.6-Inch Under-the-Cabinet DVD/CD Player Swivel Screen with Digital TV and AM/FM Radio
Posted: April 3rd, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: cabinet.i, Find, inch, Kitchen, mouns, Screen, spacesaverdvdplayer, told, Under, Were | No Comments »
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Posted: January 8th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Flat, Getting, Mount, Right, Screen, VESA, Wall | No Comments »
A VESA wall mount may not even be necessary for you if you have the necessary space to accommodate a new generation flat screen. Nowadays, lcd and plasma tv’s come with a floor stand included as standard. For those that do not want to use a floor stand or a cabinet that may take up some needed space, there is always the option of purchasing a wall bracket for flat screen tv. Such wall brackets help you save a lot of space, because it virtually turns the television set into a painting.
Generic wall brackets are fixed on the wall and are quite hard to relocate after install in the case when the owner wants to reposition the tv lower or higher on the wall. For this reason wall brackets manufacturers have decided to create products able to fit the different needs of their customers. As a result we now have the tilting vesa wall mount, the swiveling wall bracket for flat screen tv, the cantilever vesa wall mount, and much more. By installing wall brackets, users of lcd and plasma tv’s can now modify the position of their television set to face any direction; tv’s can be pulled, tilted, raised, lowered, and so on. The vesa standard obliges wall brackets manufacturers to abide to a few regulations regarding the distance and the position of the mounting holes to ensure a perfect fit.
For those that do not have high expectations from their wall brackets, fixed wall brackets are the best choice as they are easy to install and do not need a high level of expertise, thus cutting the costs for a professional installer. If you want to be able to slightly change the position or the angle of the tv in the future without reinstalling the wall bracket for flat screen tv, then you should better opt for a tilting or an articulated arm vesa wall mount that gives its users the ability of changing the angle of the tv or position.
The few aspect you need to take into consideration when sifting through the large variety of wall brackets, are the size and weight of your specific tv. You need to make sure that the wall for flat screen tv that you purchase is able to sustain the weight of your tv for a long period of time and you will not have any bad experiences. No manufacturer can offer a 100% guarantee because accidents are always possible, but the least you can do is reduce the risk to an absolute minimum by purchasing high quality wall brackets that are proven to be reliable and safe. Other than that, the last piece advice I am going to give you is to visit a few forums and get a few opinions from people that have already purchased the products you are interested in.
Posted: January 3rd, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Bang, Biggest, Flat, Getting, Plasma, Purchasing, Screen, Television | No Comments »
Plasma flat screen television technology seems cutting edge and brand new, however it was first developed in the 1960s. Once considered out of reach of the average consumer, They certainly have become much more affordable since the technology has become easier to mass produce.
The modern version is fast becoming a staple in home theaters and is often accompanied by additional high-tech accessories such as surround sound speakers. The feeling of sitting in a movie theater is replicated pretty accurately in a home theater that features a good flat screen plasma tv can offer. The largeness of the screen and the superior colors and picture quality all contribute to this effect.
These pieces of technological prowess owe their amazing color to unique technology that utilizes neon and xenon gases. These inert gases move between two flat glass panels and are completely safe. They produce over 16 million colors including a perfect black, which enhances the cinematic quality of the picture.
One way to measure the longevity of a plasma flat screen television is the number of hours to its half life, which occurs when the quality of the picture is reduced by half. Most have approximately 60,000 hours to half life. An excellent warranty that includes free or low-cost service will contribute to full enjoyment of every hour.
Even though the screen is much larger than the typical cathode ray televisions on the market, most of your models are approximately four inches deep. The thinness of the device allows a great deal of flexibility in determining where to install it. When mounted on the wall it can save a great deal of space.
However, with all the advantages of this technology, it is extremely delicate. This should be considered when placing your flat screen plasma tv in the home. Even small bumps can cause unexpected problems in screen quality and if a repair is possible it can be quite expensive. Parents should consider installing one so that it is high enough to avoid flying toys and rough housing children. Wall mounts that tilt are available so that they can be angled down if installed high on a wall.
As they become more widely available, specialized furniture, cabinets and stands have also come on the market. These accessories are available to match the personal style of every plasma owner. Home entertainment cabinets made from classic hardwoods can hold plasma flat screen televisions in addition to other equipment.
Those who favor contemporary decor can find metallic stands with glass shelves. Consumers may also utilize existing tables and cabinets. Regardless of what furniture is chosen to house one, it should be particularly sturdy. The delicate nature of these fine televisions mean that it cannot be bumped and it definitely must never fall off its stand. Even though the cost of plasma flat screen televisions is coming down, they are still not cheap. To safeguard this investment all mounts and surfaces should be fully tested to hold more than the weight of the television itself.
Budgeting considerations for your purchase should include the cost of the unit itself, any needed furniture and accessories, any warranties and the effect on the homes electric bill. Todays larger versions use a lot of electricity. However, this technology is constantly evolving. In the near future, consumers will have access to more energy efficient models.
Posted: December 24th, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Centers, Enjoy, Entertainment, Screen, Show | No Comments »
All the entertainment centers were more or less the same just a few decades ago. This probably due to the fact that televisions had not gotten as big as properties are now. That produced it easy to come up with a design that am able to fit all of them.
However, people now need to buy new furniture every time they upgrade their digital equipment because all of that has changed. In right now day and age, big display TV entertainment focuses have to be specifically designed to fit the latest perfect of televisions.
We purchased a piece of real estate theater score a few weeks ago. However, we made the mistake of measuring the big score TV entertainment center based on data from our previous TV. We notion that there would be no problems due to the fact that it was of a similar size and shape. Unfortunately, we were unable to fit the new TV.
We did not realize that every entertainment center for big screen TVs is different. The footprint was off in the case of our new TV. The thing will not fit in big screen TV entertainment centers when it was just a little bit too wide from the front to back.
Well, it almost did and I spent throughout an hour trying to find a way to negotiate the last few inches. Although the difference was only 2 or 3 inches, it could loss us another 600 dollars. We were finally forced to pay after several futile attempts.
I am really amazed at how expensive big rating TV entertainment centers own become because properties are not anything but a uncomplicated cabinet. In fact, most of them are not even made out of lumber anymore. Big screen TV entertainment focuses should not be pricey because they are certainly not handcrafted.
Nevertheless, big screen TV entertainment concentrates still cost a fortune. If we had been budgeting for it, next it wouldn’t have been so bad. We had already used all the finances that we wanted to spend on the television. We had not anticipated too big rating TV entertainment centers would instigate to additional expenses.