1. Designer uses LG projector to stand out at Fashion Week

    A top fashion designer used an advanced LG 3D projector to make his line stand out from the crowd at New York Fashion Week last week.

    New York-based designer Marc Bouwer used LG's CF3D projector to present his line, issuing the invitation-only guests of his show with cinema-style 3D glass through which to experience his 2011 autumn line bright, crisp and clear 3D video.

    Bouwer, who was born in South Africa, said he had pushed boundaries last year with his fashion show and wanted to carry on that trend.

    "Last year we broke with the status quo by only presenting

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  2. LG launches new wireless home cinema system

    Leading electronics company, LG Electronics, has launched a new, wireless home cinema set-up that can be connected to any projector or flat-screen to create cinema-quality viewing at home.

    The HB994PK comes with a comprehensive surround sound speaker system and integrated Blu-ray player -features that its developer claims puts it in a class of its own when compared to other home cinemas.

    LG spokesman, H S Paik, said, "Its design is as much of a statement as the incredible audio and video quality. Our HB994PK offers a gorgeous new design and ground-breaking wireless technology

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  3. Projector brands compete for attention at IFA-Berlin

    The biggest brands in the home and business projector market have been shuffling for supremacy at Europe's biggest consumer electronics fair in Germany this week.

    Big names including Sony, Mitsubishi, Sharp, LG and Samsung are among the companies that have all used the IFA-Berlin 2010 exhibition as a platform to show off their latest and most innovative developments. These have included pioneering models with full-HD and 3D capabilities.

    Sony announced its 3D front projector, the VPL-VW90ES, which uses a development of its LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon) method to enhance

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  4. LG projector launch aims for 3D foothold

    South Korean electronics manufacturer, LG, is including a new projector in its triple-launch of pioneering 3D hardware, in a attempt to gain a strong foothold in the swiftly developing area.

    The CF3D projector is able to boast being the world's first ever polarized glasses-compatible 3D projector. The new machine is capable of transmitting full HD 3D images through a single lens, throwing out pictures of up to 200-inches in size with a 3D brightness rating of 1250 ANSI lumens (2500 in 2D) and with a 7,000:1 contrast ratio.

    Where LG's effort to gain a commanding position

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  5. LG Netcast key to latest home cinema system

    The latest home cinema launch from Korean electronics maker LG offers 400 watt complete 2.1 channel Blu-ray capabilities all wrapped up in a versatile and uniquely stylish package.

    The HB45E home cinema system allows users to access web-based content from sites such as YouTube and Picasa and display them through LG Netcast on the over-sized screens of whichever projector system or flatscreen TV it is hooked up to.

    Digital Living Network Alliance allows the HB45E to connect to a home music library stored on other connected storage devices or computers, and even includes an 'iDock',

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  6. LG unveils complete Blu-ray home cinema system

    LG's latest home cinema system has been lauded as an elegant addition to the Blu-ray ranges of set-ups.

    The HB965TZ Home Cinema System is said to deliver rich sound from its slim-line, wall-mountable speakers and has comprehensive connectivity capabilities.

    The complete Blu-ray package – which can be wired up to work with projectors or large screen televisions – includes four front and rear speakers and sub woofer, with a 1100 watt power output, a direct iPod / iPhone for simple access to your entire media library, two HDMI inputs and wireless LAN and DLNA.

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  7. LG launches search for home cinema heroes

    To mark the impending ultimate summer of sport, LG has launched a national competition to find Britain's best home cinema.

    With the World Cup just weeks away and the annual addiction of Wimbledon fortnight nearly upon us, LG is on the lookout for people who go that extra mile for their friends' viewing pleasure.

    They're not after the most expensive projector or the biggest screen, rather they're looking for the whole experience – who combines the best kit with the unforgettable hosting skills. Who knows exactly what food goes with which game, who has

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  8. LG's HX300G XGA provides excellent light in a microportable

    LG's new HX300G XGA DLP projector is leading way when it comes to light output in microportable.

    The projector is one of the brightest in its field, with a theoretical potential for 300 lumens - more than enough for a 60" diagonal 4:3 image in a darkened viewing area, or a 40" to 50" diagonal image in a room with ambient light.

    The machine fits in to the microportable, or 'pocket', range. It is smaller than a typical five-pound portable XGA projector - weighing in at just 1.7 pounds – but larger than a pico, benefiting from a greater power source and exponentially improved light o

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  9. LG ad campaign promotes HD 3D projectors

    LG is readying an intensive Summer marketing campaign to promote its 3D-ready range of products, including its new full-HD 3D projectors.

    The multi-million pound campaign is at the forefront of the South Korean company's effort to penetrate the emerging 3D home entertainment market in 2010.

    As well as its projectors its products include LCD, LED and plasma televisions and Blu-ray players.

    LG Electronics head of brand, Paul Meadows, said: "We are committed to offering our customers the very best in technological innovation but this latest campaign goes beyond simply

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  10. Latest DLP pico projector engine unveiled by Texas Instruments

    December saw the first mobile phone to support an optional integrated pico projector unveiled across the Atlantic. The LG eXpo runs on Texas Instruments' (TI) HVGA projection chip, while Samsung's recently-released W9600 has a projector built into its body thanks to TI's WVGA chip. Now, the firm's latest "DLP pico engine" has been revealed.

    Dubbed the nHD, the new addition to the DLP pico suite is, in effect, a shrink of the WVGA chip in that it's 20 per cent thinner, occupies half as much volume and uses less power. It can therefore be used in regular

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