Posts Tagged ‘HDMI’
  • Motorola Shadow/Extreme flaunts itself yet again, gives us a nice side pose.
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2010 at 4:04 pm
    If you're thinking about dropping on a HTC Incredible or Moto Droid within the next few weeks, take our advice -- Don't! The phone displayed above is the current talk of the town Droid Shadow/Xtreme. We've already heard reported claims of a 700MHz OMAP3630 processor, 4.1" touchscreen, HDMI output, and Froyo being tucked neatly on board. From the looks of things, it's a very svelte phone too boot with only one odd bump marring what is otherwise a seamless phone. That is right around the b...
  • 3D HDTV on HDMI 1.3? Why yes, there is hope.
    by Mike
    Posted February 23rd, 2010 at 1:18 pm
    With massive blockbusters such as Avatar bolstering the 3D madness, it only seems natural to take another look at 3D experiences at home. Namely, the realization that the $2k+ of A/V equipment you bought 6 months ago just wont work as it relies on HDMI 1.3 instead of the newer "3D Spec" HDMI 1.4. For most general users, 3D won't make it's way into their homes for quite some time, if ever. But videophiles and movie junkies whom rely on the best home theater set up have something worth hearing....
  • Feeling dimensionally shifty? 3D HDMI 1.4 specs now available for public consumption.
    by Mike
    Posted February 4th, 2010 at 12:14 am
    Is 3D going to be the "next big thing" as far as TV tech is concerned or is it more of a passing fad? I'm kind of leaning towards fad. Make no mistake, the 3D movies I've seen in theaters are pretty tight. The TV's at CES were pretty impressive themselves. Though because of the obvious differences between a projector situated behind you, displaying a picture in front of you and a TV positioned in front of you, displaying an image in a very different manner, pros and cons of each method becom...
  • Current HDMI 1.3 hardware to support 3D afterall. Oh yes, there’s a catch…
    by Mike
    Posted December 28th, 2009 at 12:12 pm
    I haven't been too vocal about the whole HDMI 1.3/1.4/3D thing because frankly, I didnt really care much. 3D didn't really leave me gasping for air because it left me choking on my own drool -- that is, until I saw Avatar. Since seeing Avatar, my whole outlook on 3D has changed. With that said, for many consumers looking to buy a Blue-ray player, the more tech minded individuals have done their part to warn people of the dangers of buying now obsolete equipment (HDMI 1.3) with HDMI 1.4 (and ...
  • HDAiR wireless USB to HDMI/VGA converter gets audio support
    by Mike
    Posted November 20th, 2009 at 4:53 am
    Going wireless is a liberating experience that sets apart those who merely like technology with those who can't live with out it. Die hard technology fans. Wireless, especially high performing wireless, is what we care about most. Besides, nothing says old and outdated like a junky cable poking out from your beloved gadgets. Building upon the success of their first gen HDAiR, Atlona Technologies took their customers' ideas and requests to heart by adding one of the most highly sought after f...
  • 6-port mini display port ATI 5870 has us seeing sextuplets!
    by Mike
    Posted November 9th, 2009 at 9:55 pm
    Even we bloggers aren't always gifted with the latest and greatest. Sometimes we have to buy it ourselves and wait just like everyone else before we can get our hands on the gadgets we so desperately crave. Gaming is a great way to relax the mind, unwind, and scrub off some stress. A big, beautiful display does wonders for us nerds and gamers a like. But looks aren't everything. To a gamer, the more pixels they have means the more they can see. Until display port came along, hardware for c...
  • Eyefinity to bring DirectX11, 7680×4800, multi-monitor happiness to select few…
    by Mike
    Posted September 10th, 2009 at 8:03 pm
    Take any mind blowing, wallet raping, eye melting gaming rig or big screen you can think of and throw it out of your mind. AMD's up and coming new hotness, graphics cards packin' the DirectX11 moniker have some truly impressive muscle under the hood. How much muscle? Well, lets start with the fact that the new cards will support Display Port technology allowing you to daisy chain monitor after monitor via USB. Even better is that the new DX11 AMD cards also support running said daisy chain...
  • HDMI goes on a diet, slims down to HDMI “Type D”
    by Mike
    Posted May 8th, 2009 at 5:44 am
    HDMI is to many HD aficionados the golden standard for all digital devices to adopt. Moving on to mobile devices, the push for HD content is quickly growing meaning ports dedicated to this higher quality content need to be integrated into each device. Even though HDMI is "small" already, (compared to older tech such as VGA cables), it still is pretty big and bulky to implement into a tiny cellphone. That is where Molex's tiny HDMI Type D connector comes into play. Roughly the same size as ...
  • PPC Locking HDMI Cable (Review)
    by Mike
    Posted February 21st, 2009 at 10:45 am
    HDMI cables aren't exactly the most resilient connector in the cable world as they are easily knocked loose meaning you will spend many minutes of your life plugging a cable back into your device over and over again.  For some, they don't really care, but for others, that's where the locking HDMI cable by PPC comes in.  Built specifically for the home video enthusiast who needs a strong and reliable yet good quality cable, the World's FIRST Locking HDMI cable by PPC will surely suit your n...
  • World’s First Locking HDMI Cable brought to you by PPC!
    by Mike
    Posted January 23rd, 2009 at 6:24 pm
    HDMI is quickly becoming the HD connector standard for HD afficienados.  However, those darn plugs fall out so easily.  Something as small as a slight breeze rolls through your room and the picture starts snowing up.  Think about it.  If you added up all of the seconds up you wasted getting up and adjusting the HDMI cable, over a lifetime you will have wasted several days of your life plugging in a cable!  If this constant fall out, get up, move A/V equipment, plug HDMI cable back i...
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