Due to the overwhelming response to today’s email featuring the Vizio Plasma TV for only $799.99, we have been able to get a video together for you to show you how incredibly sleek, beautiful and technically advanced this plasma televison is!
Remember, this is not just “any” TV! This is a Vizio 42″ Plasma with 1080i resolution, more inputs than you’ll probably ever use and a stunning 1024×768 resolution.
Getting ready to buy that last minute gift for that challenging someone? Look no further! Editor Lonny Paul provides us a glimpse at three new products destined to put a smile on the face of many lucky people bound to receive these products as gifts this holiday season.
Enjoy the ultimate viewing experience of this Philips Cineos Flat TV with Pixel Plus 2 HD, Ambilight 2, the latest PDP technology and table top stand. The Digital Media Reader via USB gives you full access to multimedia content.
While many people are still scratching their heads, asking “What the heck is Ambilight?” – I ask you to watch this video compilation including a Philips Ambilight commercial from Poland — if you haven’t already seen the “Hulk” video on TV lately.
So, the concept is that the experience you gain from the more “dramatic” lighting. While the current version @ TigerDirect offers the 2 channel Ambilight, watch for the forthcoming 4 channel models that are now being released. This technology can truly enhance your overall home theater (and GAMING) experience.
Been waiting for the GeForce 8800 to be released? Well, the time is now and TigerDirect is ready to show off the new technology.
“We set out to build the ultimate platform for PC gaming and high- definition video,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO at NVIDIA. “There is no better way to experience Windows Vista, DirectX 10, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray than with a PC powered by GeForce 8800 and nForce 680i SLI. Our announcement today is the culmination of four years of research and development and represents the biggest technological leap we have ever made. Gamers are going to be blown away.”
The GeForce 8800 GPUs are the world’s first to support Microsoft(R) DirectX(R) 10, the next-generation programming interface that will be introduced with the upcoming Microsoft Vista(TM) operating system.
The code for Windows Vista has finally been released to manufacturing, Jim Allchin, co-president of Microsoft’s platforms and services division, announced in a media teleconference on Nov. 8.
The team had signed off on the final code at around 10 a.m. PST on Nov. 8, Allchin said, adding that
“this is an incredible, happy day; it’s exciting for us. Vista is rock solid and we are ready to ship. This is a significant milestone for Microsoft and our partners.”
“The RTM [release to manufacturing] signifies the next phase for Windows Vista. Our development work is done and now the progress begins for the PC and device manufacturers and software developers to finalize the work on their products and applications,” he said.