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US and Canadian Travels: Pinnacle PCTV Okay?

Pinnacle PCTVTechnology Questions: Keep ‘em coming! Tiger’s keeping up on the InBox, here’s a recent question from Yves:

I have one friend who his a trucker, he want to listen to TV on his portable when he travels between Canada & United States, does this Pinnacle PCTV HD Pro Stick- HI-DEF TV Tuner for PCs and Laptops

Will be the tool that will do the job? He is running XP SP2.

Yves S.

Actually

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Toshiba 26HL47 REGZA LCD HD TV–The Cure for the Common Cathode

The Toshiba 26HL47 REGZA LCD HDTV is one gorgeous TV! Priced below 700 dollars, the 26HL47 is inexpensive compared to other LCD televisions on the market. Yet this flat panel display uses LCD technology so it is much less susceptible to onscreen burn-in and consumes less energy (and produces less heat) than Plasma TVs. And that’s not all it’s good for!

This The Toshiba 26HL47 26-inch REGZA LCD HDTV is built for those who want to enjoy an ultra-sharp picture from an ultra-thin TV. The wide aspect display such as this one is ideal for DVD movies recorded in the popular widescreen 16:9 format, as well as high definition programming or blue laser devices such as Blue-ray and HD DVD (So long as you don’t export the signal in 1080p).

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Toshiba 65HM167 and Panasonic TH-58PZ700U High Definition TVs. ‘Nuff Said.

It’s about that time, folks: when the year comes to a close, and your old worn-out TV starts to look its age. But what can you do about it? Over the next couple of days, I’ll show you some flat panel TV options from the extremely budget conscious to the stuff your dreams are made of. Speaking of dreams, I’ve got two 1080p televisions here: one flat panel display and one rear projection. Either one alone will knock your socks off—together, they’re something else entirely.

The Pansonic TH-58PZ700U 58-inch Plasma is what everyone who designed high definition television had in mind when they dreamed it up. Plasma televisions are widely considered the absolute best way for your favorite movies to come alive in your living room. Speaking of which, the Toshiba 65HM167 65-inch Rear projection Television is so large, you might need a new living room for it. Or, just toss some of your furniture! Trust me, for this TV most of your friends and family will be willing to sit on the floor.

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The Panasonic TC-32LX700 32-inch LCD TV: Big Screen, Little Price

It’s about that time, folks: when the year comes to a close, and your old worn-out TV starts to look its age. But what can you do about it? Over the next couple of days, I’ll show you some flat panel TV options from the extremely budget conscious to the stuff your dreams are made of. Want something that you can show friends, relatives, and (of course) your neighbors, but don’t want to break the bank? Check out the Panasonic TC-32LX700 32-inch LCD TV.

Panasonic makes some of the best flat panel display televisions on the market. They have a reputation for reliability as well. This is important, because regardless of whether you get a warrantee or not (You really should) it’s a bummer to lose your television picture during the fast paced climax of your favorite film or the pivotal shot of the big game. I’ll introduce you to the Panasonic TC-32LX700 High Definition LCD TV in this post…after that it’s up to you!

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The Olevia 323V 23-inch HD LCD Display: An affordable road to High Definition

It’s about that time, folks: when the year comes to a close, and your old worn-out TV starts to look its age. But what can you do about it? Over the next couple of days, I’ll show you some flat panel TV options from the extremely budget conscious to the stuff your dreams are made of. We’ll start small: Olevia 323V 23-inch HD ready LCD Display.

Is it a monitor? Is it a TV? The Olevia 323V 23-inch LCD Display does not have a TV tuner built in, as all “Flat panel Televisions” do. But other than that, it is essentially a TV. This means that you get the same capacity to view HD content, and all the connectivity of a TV, plus all of Olevia’s great onboard technologies. But the price is much lower than a true TV of comparable quality. Bad for Olevia, Good For You!

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The LG 42LB5D 42-inch LCD TV: 1080p resolution, 10,000:1 Contrast Ratio. Need I say More?

This week I had the chance to get my hands on a number of different products; most of which are already very popular with TigerDirect clientele at large. I admit: at times, I’m left scratching my head trying to figure out what sets one monitor or digital camera apart from the next. Most manufacturers do well to differentiate their product by branding the technology they’ve used and/or developed—so that helps.

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Big Screen! High Definition! Flat Panel LCD! It’s A…Monitor!?

Want a cool monitor? Yes, I know that just being in possession of one or more LCD flat panel display monitors (or TVs, for that matter) does not a cool setup make.

But that doesn’t matter: not if you’re running this mammoth 24-inch AL241WBSD LCD from Acer. Great resolution, incredible display features and specs…even High Definition. Got your attention yet?

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High-Def DVD Formats Multiply over Weekend

High-Def is here whether you like it or not. Luckily, in the good ‘ol USA we have fairly decent selection of HD programming already – while other areas of the world still have none, even the EU has a serious shortage. When it comes to buying movies in High-Def, you currently have two options: BluRay and HD-DVD. Competing formats reminding me of the VHS vs Beta days of Video Tape.

Over the weekend, two announcement were made regarding new formats of High Def DVDs. The first to be announced should be a consumer favorite – lower cost players, lower cost media. Called the ‘HD-VMD’ – this high-def versatile format uses red lasers like standard DVD and CD players – lowering costs dramatically and only a bit over that of current DVD media and players. With a set-top player expected to be under $200, this new format may be a late starter – but big winner in the High Def DVD arena.

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A Tale of Two Televisions: A Westinghouse LCD and a Panasonic Plasma

Looking for a flat screen television? Yeah, me too. TigerTV Labs sees a bunch of these every week—but this week was a bit different. I got the chance to give a once-over to a pair of special flat screens. One is a best deal for your money, and the other is one of the best that you can buy, period. Whether you’re after LCD or plasma technology, these High Definition televisions will offer you plenty to choose from. Check them out!

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Logitech Harmony Universal Remotes: Making Beautiful Music With Your Home Theater Equipment

Everyone I know has a veritable arsenal of remote controls on their living room table or footrest. Some work, some don’t, and there are even a few whose parent components have long been discarded. It’s time to clean out the home entertainment center: the Logitech Harmony Universal Remote controls are here—and we’ve got a few in the TigerTV labs that you’ve just got to see.

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