Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sharp releases world’s biggest LED TV – 90-inch big screen

Newly, Sharp announced the release of the world’s biggest LED TV with 90-inch HD screen. It is introduced mainly for the customer home-theater market.

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The new LED TV LC-90LE745U is 4 feet tall and 6 feet 8 inches across, which has the 1080p resolution and is 3D available. It ships with two pairs of active-shutter 3D glasses. Despite its big size, the set is only 5 inch deep and 114 pounds weight. Also Sharp pointed out that it uses less energy than two 75-watt light bulbs, costing some $28 per year to operate.

To place this big set, you need a fair chunk of free space. Meanwhile, you also need the pretty deep pocket to purchase one for is high detail price of $10,999.99.

However, it is really a big enjoyment for you to watching the favorite movies, especially the 3D movies with such a big screen TV. The announced high picture quality and smart functionality will bring you an immersive experience.

Additionally, the built-in WIFI helps users take full advantage of Sharp’s SmartCentral hub, which provides direct access to various apps and video-on-demand services like Netflix, YouTube, CinemaNow, etc.

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Final preview of Windows 8 before release

Microsoft rolls out its final preview of Windows 8 before release. The release of Windows 8 will witness the first massive upgrade of Microsoft’s operating system since Windows 7 was released three years ago.

According to Microsoft’s top Windows executive Steven Sinofsky, now millions of people use the pre-release version that release last September.

The new operating system includes security software. It is said that the Windows Defender doesn’t work if it detects the PC is protected by another security program. Once it senses that no other antivirus software on the computer to protect the PC, it will activate the Antivirus automatically.

The visible change of Windows 8 from previous versions of Windows is its compatibility with touch screen technology. It may be the breakthrough for Microsoft to renew the lasting war between Windows and Mac.

Additionally, Microsoft has said to change its interface to a flatter-looking one instead of the Aero interface. However, the last preview didn’t implemented with the new look. It is expected to first see when Windows ships later this year.

Even though the final preview trial version has been announced, many things in the technology world are still waiting. It could be a big breakthrough in the computing market, but there is a long and narrow road before Windows 8.