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Robertoy
19-04-2010, 13:04
Apresentação da linha Toshiba REGZA 650 (XV650, ZV650 e SV650 (LCD LED local dimming)) na China

Nessa série REGZA 650 chinesa é comentado que o Resolution+ além de atuar em fontes SD, atua também em material FullHD para melhorar a imagem do mesmo (neste caso, claro, não em upscale, e sim em nitidez, atuando nas bordas da imagem (edges) e em texturas (textures)).

http://www.regza-asia.com/images/logo_resplus_big.jpg
http://www.regza-asia.com/images/technology/resplus_1.jpg

O Resolution+ em tv´s Toshiba REGZA européias também possuem esse recurso de atuar inclusive em material FullHD, assim como tv´s Sony BRAVIA com sistema BE2 PRO, que utilizam o DRC-Mode (DRC-MF). (Mas a Sony tambem comenta sobre melhora na imagem FullHD no sistema BE3, que não possui o DRC-Mode...):
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1813036&postcount=1938
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1839241&postcount=1944

Fica a dúvida se nas tv´s SEMP e Toshiba REGZA brasileiras da linha 2010 com Resolution+ o sistema além de atuar em fontes 480i/480p e 720p, também atua em material 1080i e 1080p ou não... (Para verificar isso, basta ver se ao sintonizar algum canal digital em HD (1080i) ou assistir a um filme em Blu-ray (1080p), ao ativar o recurso Resolution+ ele fica disponível ou não...)




Tasting Toshiba REGZA 650 Series

http://img.intozgc.com/wordimg/20100419/0936b29f-8cff-4a18-8624-a3b87798ccf8.jpg

Toshiba's core technology

Meta brain (the number of new brain)

Toshiba flat-panel televisions based on the characteristics of R & D "Meta Brain number of new brain" processing chip, targeted to improve the LCD TV screen expressive, vivid true color reproduction and realistic three-dimensional texture image. Meta Brain Premium Image processor core with the world's top chip processing module. Compared with the traditional image processing chip, Meta Brain Premium performance edge in the image with a revolutionary leap. Meta Brain Premium has powerful data processing ability, capable of full 14bit processing image data, more support for "super-Jie Xiang Resolution +", "AutoView", "ClearScan 200Hz", "LED Local Dimming" and so on with demanding data processing chip high-end technology.

Chao Jie Xiang Resolution+

We use high-definition TV viewing SD cable programming or DVD movies, will feel no previous CRT TV image and clear. This is because the ordinary high-definition TV for standard definition video signal is just a simple zoom stretch processing. Chao Jie Xiang Resolution + features include full HD video on all video formats, including both a careful treatment to enhance quality, standard definition signals to full HD signal to approximate the effect, and for itself is the full HD video signal will also be further optimized for image quality.

LED backlight

REGZA with the world's leading LED backlight technology to various parts of the image brightness according to the degree of precise control of LED backlight brightness, the color, contrast and so on to achieve amazing expression. REGZA backlight matrix of infection control systems to intelligent parts of the image color, brightness, and to fine control of the actual situation of each backlight LED backlight matrix LED brightness region, ground-breaking performance in liquid crystal screen, the most pure black, Implementation of millions of high-level dynamic contrast ratio.

Instant Overclocking Ying 200Hz

Chao Ying-200Hz in 100Hz frequency instantaneous basis, through the intelligent backlight scanning technology, 200 images per second, to further eliminate screen flicker and image blur, an ultra-stable and smooth clear image.

Translucent bright color panel

Traditional LCD panel surface is not smooth enough, particles will be irregular scattering of external light source to the eyes of messy, so the image appears dark and dim, not bright colors. Toshiba TV with a new "translucent bright color panel" LCD screen by adding anti-surface scattering black translucent coating, effectively enhance the image contrast and finesse, the true color reproduction of images brilliant.

AutoView "intelligent sense of system-wide"

"Intelligent System-wide sense of" the brightness of the television screen and the intelligent analysis of indoor lighting conditions and automatically adjust the parameters of television, was the most comfortable viewing brightness and the most realistic color. For example, bright or dark viewing environment, "the whole sense of intelligent system" could "intelligently" adjust the TV picture contrast, making images more naturally with the room to show consistent image brightness effect.

Toshiba's new Regza series TV Introduction

SV650 Series

Flagship series, with LED backlight, with Toshiba's advanced technology now.

http://img.intozgc.com/wordimg/20100419/d2a27abc-f167-4980-824b-a2745df98631.jpg

ZV650 Series

As more of a normal home user, using the traditional CCFL backlight, the appearance of the base and the SV650 is different from the rest the same technology and SV650

http://img.intozgc.com/wordimg/20100419/5bc97774-e890-4a76-b3ed-d374a28c9cf1.jpg

XV650 Series

Cost-effective products, using the traditional CCFL backlight, with the overclocking instantaneous reflected 100Hz, remaining the same technology and ZV650

http://img.intozgc.com/wordimg/20100419/13833bf7-08bc-40b0-b6e0-0efaf5e1b80d.jpg


http://soho.intozgc.com/209/209856.html
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Resolution+ na China no ano passado...

http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/3006/1254327139euh6m4.jpg
http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/9819/2fsmzssl71v1s.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1946149&postcount=2008
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1946323&postcount=2010

Roberto

Robertoy
19-04-2010, 16:11
“Eu te disse, eu te disse. Você devia ter me escutado, mas eu te disse.”... :bD

Parabéns à BRAWNGP pelo campeonato de 2009! :aplauso:

http://img697.imageshack.us/img697/4314/23585655.jpg
http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/4562/brawngpdiffuser.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1635957&postcount=1873
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/motorsport/formulaone/brawngp/5157718/Brawn-GP-vindicated-after-diffuser-found-legal-by-FIA-Court-of-Appeal.html

http://img97.imageshack.us/img97/5903/92834458.jpg

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1601464&postcount=1851
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1602473&postcount=1853
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1604213&postcount=1855

Vamos ver se a Williams volta a andar bem no ano que vem com o novo motor...(e o Barrichello também...)

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2009/10/cosworth_engine.jpg
http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/2665/18956762.jpg
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/79855

http://img301.imageshack.us/img301/2029/68728170.jpg
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/79974

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php?t=69472&page=138

O fator Barrichello
April 14th, 2010 por Robinson | Categorias: Fórmula-1. :aplauso:

http://globoesporte.globo.com/Esportes/foto/0,,39223641-EX,00.jpg
http://www.atarde.com.br/arquivos/2009/09/126986.jpg
http://www.blablagol.com.br/o-fator-barrichello-8179

Roberto

Robertoy
19-04-2010, 17:50
Mais sobre a apresentação da linha Toshiba REGZA 650 (XV650, ZV650 e SV650 (LCD LED local dimming)) na China

http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/55/54/P4170525.jpg
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/55/54/P4170557.jpg
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/55/54/P4170595.jpg
http://article.pchome.net/content-1103027.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
22-04-2010, 09:50
Nos novos modelos Toshiba LED REGZA japoneses com painéis IPS e constraste dinâmico 2.000.000:1 o contraste estático fica em 1000:1/ 1100:1/ 1200:1 dependendo do modelo:

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201004/Z1image_big.jpg
http://img256.imageshack.us/img256/4923/statv.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201004/14/25746.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
26-04-2010, 13:26
"Quando "Avatar" em Blu-ray encontra-se com a Toshiba REGZA 40XV650C"

http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/70/43/14.JPG
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/70/43/20.JPG
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/70/43/22.JPG
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/70/43/24.JPG
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/45/70/43/35.JPG
http://article.pchome.net/content-1109026-1.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
26-04-2010, 17:21
Toshiba Satellite A660 (Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi), Resolution+, opção para drive Blu-ray)

Com a tecnologia Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) embutida + um adaptador WiDi como o NetGear PUSH2TV conectado à tv ele pode transmitir todo o conteúdo AV via wireless.

7fDA1Eh4KKk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fDA1Eh4KKk
http://www.eu.press.toshiba.eu/pages/page_list_press_computer_systems.shtml

Intel® Wireless Display
http://www.intel.com/consumer/products/technology/wirelessdisplay.htm

NETGEAR PUSH2TV
http://netgear.com.br/upload/landing/ptv/network_diagram.jpg
http://netgear.com.br/Products/Entertainment/DigitalMediaPlayers/ptv1000.aspx

Roberto

Robertoy
27-04-2010, 09:05
Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD) anuncia tela HDTV 3D de 21" auto-estereoscópica (não necessita dos óculos 3D)



April 27th, 2010
Toshiba Mobile Display announces 21" 3D auto-stereoscopic HDTV
Posted by Rachel King @ 3:18 am

http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/zdnet-toshiba-mobile-display-hdtv-3d.jpg

While it seems everyone just has to release something that has 3D-capability these days, Toshiba Mobile Display has something that is a little different.

The LCD producer has developed a 21-inch HD panel that is ready for 3D and doesn’t require any silly glasses.

Toshiba Mobile Display has incorporated auto-stereoscopic technology, which basically means that the display can project in 3D but doesn’t require viewers to be using 3D glasses to get the full experience. This isn’t always easy to achieve, however, as the employment of 3D glasses is also there to reduce eye fatigue, which can sometimes be the problem with auto-stereoscopic screens.

The developers of this 1280×800 resolution panel have tried to overcome this by implementing a lens sheet to reduce luminance intensity and a “multi-parallax approach” that creates smoother images and opens up the viewing angle. There will still be plenty of light on that HD display, up to 480 nits of brightness.

While it’s been introduced to the world, it’s not ready for consumers yet as there’s no note of a price or release date yet. But if you want to get a closer look, this panel will be on display at SID 2010 in Seattle next month.

http://blogs.zdnet.com/gadgetreviews/?p=14156
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http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/press/2010/10-04-27_e.html

Sobre a Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD):
http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/en/common/images/tmd_logo_en.gif
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2032174&postcount=2080

Roberto

Robertoy
27-04-2010, 15:29
Análise da CNET Asia com a Toshiba REGZA 47ZV600E (Resolution+)

http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/5429/zv0.jpg

http://asia.cnet.com/cnet/i/r/2009/tv/45072673/sc001.jpg
http://asia.cnet.com/reviews/home_av/tvs/0,39037585,45072673p,00.htm

http://www.toshiba.ca/web/en/images/regza/instaport.png

No video abaixo eles mostram um exemplo durante a mudança de porta HDMI, com conexão HDMI com InstaPort (que é o caso da Toshiba REGZA à direita) e sem InstaPort (esquerda):

No exemplo, com o InstaPort a imagem começa a aparecer em aproximadamente 2 segundos:
http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/2205/ins1.jpg

Sem InstaPort...
http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/1574/ins2l.jpg
http://asia.cnet.com/tv/tech/home-entertainment/0,39067331,45072673p,00.htm

Provavelmente essa Toshiba REGZA 47ZV600E deve utilizar painél S-PVA...(ou seria IPS?...):

-Constraste Dinâmico: 50.000:1
-Constraste Estático: 1.100:1
-Tempo de resposta do painél: 7ms

http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/4606/zv1.jpg

http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/5471/zv2q.jpg

http://www.toshiba.com.my/product/product_details.jsp?productid=47ZV600E

Um tópico gringo discutindo sobre a série REGZA ZV600E:

Toshiba xxZV600E Model LCD TV
http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1288600

No caso de ser S-PVA, será que essas especificações seriam as mesmas das Toshiba REGZA e SEMP brasileiras da linha 2010 com Resolution+ que utilizam painél S-PVA 50.000:1?...

Roberto

claytomovel
28-04-2010, 03:26
Roberto, desviando um pouco do foco, já existe blu-ray player com chipset HQV VIDA? ele seria superior ao ABT 2010? abraço:legal:

Robertoy
28-04-2010, 08:52
claytomovel,

Acho que ainda não estão no mercado players Blu-ray, tv´s, projetores, etc com o novo HQV Vida.

O bom e velho Reon VX HQV (assim como os Anchor Bay) era considerado uma das melhores soluções para upscale em fontes SD.

O novo HQV Vida tende a ser ainda melhor, incluindo também o novo sistema de redução de ruídos que pelas demonstrações realmente impressiona.

Só mesmo quando os aparelhos com HQV Vida aparecerem no mercado para comparação com os produtos com Anchor Bay.

Roberto

Robertoy
28-04-2010, 17:05
Assim como nas tv´s LCD Toshiba REGZA (e também SEMP Infinity no Brasil) o Resolution+ também está aparecendo em alguns modelos de notebooks do fabricante. :legal:

Claro, na configuração do notebook pode-se optar por um drive Blu-ray para assistir os filmes Blu-ray em alta definição nativa, mas o Resolution+ dá uma força para assistir aos bons e velhos DVD´s com melhor qualidade de upscale. :tu:

http://img685.imageshack.us/img685/8483/plusx.jpg
http://laptops.toshiba.com/research-center/technology-guides/resolution-plus

Roberto

claytomovel
28-04-2010, 18:10
claytomovel,

Acho que ainda não estão no mercado players Blu-ray, tv´s, projetores, etc com o novo HQV Vida.

O bom e velho Reon VX HQV (assim como os Anchor Bay) era considerado uma das melhores soluções para upscale em fontes SD.

O novo HQV Vida tende a ser ainda melhor, incluindo também o novo sistema de redução de ruídos que pelas demonstrações realmente impressiona.

Só mesmo quando os aparelhos com HQV Vida aparecerem no mercado para comparação com os produtos com Anchor Bay.

Roberto

é Roberto, é uma pena estarem atrasando seu lançamento. a ABT saiu na frente e está incorporando o novíssimo ABT2015 nos novos players blu-ray DENON 1611 e 2011. abraço:legal:

aeamoreira
28-04-2010, 19:36
Olá pessoal, algumas dúvidas: 1ª) Por que a Toshiba tem um site horrível aqui no Brasil e lá fora tem sites ótimos? 2ª) Por que a Toshiba tem um marketing de divulgação da Regza e suas qualidades igual a ZERO, zero mesmo, ridículo e finalmente; 3ª) Por que não se acha em nenhum lugar para se comprar, a tv Lcd Regza de 52'', aliás, apenas em uma loja na internet toda tem, pelo menos utilizando o google, o buscapé e o jacotei, só vemos em uma loja o novo modelo de 52'', salvo engano modelo XV650DA?

Estou entre a Toshiba modelo XV650DA de 52'' e a Panasonic de plasma de 50'' PV20 a ser lançada agora em maio, mas não encontro relatos das pessoas que por ventura conseguiram comprar a misteriosa Regza de 52''.

Será que a Toshiba não quer vender a TV que fabrica, pois adoram tanto cada uma que produzem, que não querem que saiam da fábrica? :ataque:

Robertoy
29-04-2010, 09:54
Pois é aeamoreira,

Ótimos modelos nós sabemos que são, pena que a Semp Toshiba Brasil não está fazendo uma divulgação decente...ou melhor, praticamente não está fazendo nenhuma divulgação... :Putz:

Para referência, contamos com análises gringas:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php?p=2202574#post2202574

Veja o caso de "divulgação" do dvd player STi SD 9070SR "pé-de-boi" (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2305338&postcount=222) com upscale via chipset Anchor Bay ABT1030...:Putz:

http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/9770/46899148.th.jpg (http://img687.imageshack.us/i/46899148.jpg/)
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php?t=123615&page=17

Eu vou fazendo a minha parte aqui no fórum comentando sobre a Toshiba, uma empresa que admiro pelo desenvolvimento de tecnologias. :aplauso:

Eu fiz um convite para que algum representante da Semp Toshiba venha participar aqui no HTFórum:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2327460&postcount=109

Nota:
Em casa o único produto da Semp Toshiba que eu possuo é um video cassete SEMP.




Estou entre a Toshiba modelo XV650DA de 52'' e a Panasonic de plasma de 50'' PV20 a ser lançada agora em maio, mas não encontro relatos das pessoas que por ventura conseguiram comprar a misteriosa Regza de 52''.


Acho que para ter mais chances de topar de frente com uma Panasonic plasma PV20 uma Toshiba REGZA série ZV seria o mais indicado...

Veja o relato do comparativo da Toshiba REGZA 47ZV650U americana com a LG LE5500 feito por um usuário gringo:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2346832&postcount=137

Para enfrentar uma plasma Panasonic o melhor ainda seria uma Toshiba REGZA série SV, com LCD LED local dimming (não disponível no Brasil), mas mesmo assim não se equipararia à plasma pelo ângulo de visão...

Roberto

---------- Mensagem adicionada às 09:54 ---------- Mensagem anterior foi às 09:39 ----------


é Roberto, é uma pena estarem atrasando seu lançamento. a ABT saiu na frente e está incorporando o novíssimo ABT2015 nos novos players blu-ray DENON 1611 e 2011. abraço:legal:

claytomovel,

Para qualidade de upscale sabemos que HQV e ABT vem mandando bem a um bom tempo. :aplauso:

Vai ser interessante também ver um comparativo de sistemas de redução de ruídos e tratamento de imagem nessas novas gerações IDT HQV e Anchor Bay. :legal:

Roberto

Robertoy
29-04-2010, 15:58
No final do ano passado o site alemão AREA DVD havia feito a análise com a Toshiba REGZA 46SV685D (LED backlight with local dimming/ Resolution+/ Dolby Volume)

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/2659/95132268.jpg
http://img695.imageshack.us/img695/9122/sv2d.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2035362&postcount=2083

E agora em março eles realizaram a análise com o modelo LCD LED local dimming de 55", a Toshiba REGZA 55SV685D:




http://img46.imageshack.us/img46/9985/81244779.jpg

Conclusion picture Blu-ray:

The SV Toshiba makes a simple hard. Whether in 46 "or 55" image quality, especially in the Blu-ray operation has almost no criticisms. The high image plasticity, the great contrast value in line with the the contrast and the high, sharp of detail without overshoot bring Toshiba top model top marks one of the. The perfect interpolation + movie stabilizer also works in the 55 "version in the best manner. Overall Blu-ray in relation to the price category: Excellent.

Conclusion DVD Upconversion:

the operation of the electronics in the SV-140cm diagonal like us, too, the upconversion of the TV.
A little higher image stability and complete absence of edges tremor missing the top marks. Rating: Excellent.

Conclusion

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_55sv/tv_seitl.jpg

The move by Toshiba in the upper-region convinced us of the 55 "version without discussion as well. The LCD TV amazingly quiet and high-contrast image reproduction even in the Blu-ray operation is quite remarkable. For those who have the 24p film look not so positively disposed to stand, provides effective post-processing using Active Vision M200 Frameinterpolationstechnik and Blinking Backlight "Film Stabilization" is the icing on the cake is this: With nearly artifact-and judderloser display TV has the initially post-processing electronics on and can much of the competition out one . segments such as tuners and menu are both hard-and software-the same as the little brother need not be described once more and can just here in the test of 46SV685D be found. If a cinema-like, authentic movie experience, especially in high-quality playback is on also one of a rich black LCD expected, and 46 "just too small, are found in 55SV685D possibly his dream LCD. Not even the 55 "built-fan can reduce the result, although he is in close up seats (less than 1.5 m) audible, but screen size is 140cm, the distance ahead of some anyway: In the normal operating practice, we thus see no downside.

http://img202.imageshack.us/img202/2699/70482616.jpg


http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2010/toshiba_55SV685d.shtml
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Sobre calibração nas Toshiba REGZA:

"O calibration é bom, bom, é bom, bom, bom (6x)
O calibration, tion, calibration, tion"

qIX3eSa6lD4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIX3eSa6lD4

Sobre Toshiba REGZA XV vs ZV (e também sobre calibração):

"Toshiba XV645U vs ZV650U"




52XV645U

I've had the 52" for a couple weeks now, and couldn't be happier. Although sometimes I wish I would've went 55"+. But the 55" Toshiba had a glossy screen finish.

I calibrated using the Spears & Munsil Blu-ray that I bought off of Amazon. Come to find out, the default sharpness of "0" puts a lot of artificial sharpening in the image. Had to turn it down to about -24. Also turned down the color saturation. This disc really helped to produce natural looking images, and still looks great for my XBOX and PS3. I would highly suggest people to get this disc. But it takes awhile to use it and read the instructions to use each set-up screen.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1156717&page=3

Roberto

Robertoy
03-05-2010, 10:07
Depois do anúncio da linha 2010 de tv´s LCD Toshiba no Reino Unido em fevereiro:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2193026&postcount=2174
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2193281&postcount=2175

Toshiba anunciando a nova linha 2010 de tv´s LCD nos Estados Unidos.

Uma das primeiras linhas será LCD LED Edge lit, série UX600U.

Estarão disponíveis modelos de 40", 46" e 55".

http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/1811/image4s.jpg

Um dos destaques dessa nova linha é o adaptador Wi-Fi® incluso e suporte à Vudu, YouTube, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa.

Recursos já presentes em modelos anteriores continuam como por exemplo PixelPure® 5G, Resolution+, AutoView™, Dolby® Volume, InstaPort™.

Os recursos do modelo de 40" Toshiba REGZA 40UX600U:

http://tacp.toshiba.com/regza/models/ux600/
http://tacp.toshiba.com/tacpassets-images/models/40ux600u/docs/40ux600u_spec.pdf

Como a Semp Toshiba anunciou que em março ou abril chega um modelo LCD LED no Brasil de 46" com espessura de 3cm, é possível que seja algum modelo Edge lit similar a essa linha americana...

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2177123&postcount=2153

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2272267&postcount=2216

Análise da About.com com a Toshiba REGZA 46UX600U americana (FullHD LCD LED Edge Lighting, 120Hz, Resolution+, Dolby Volume)

Para fontes FullHD a tv mandou muito bem.

Na análise com fontes SD em upscale utilizando os discos HQV benchmark ela teve resultados mistos.

Nessa análise não é comentado sobre o uso do Resolution+. O benchmark deve ter sido realizado com o recurso desabilitado.

Bem, para o uso do Resolution+ acho que o que mais importa é o resultado agradável aos olhos ou não na distância típica/recomendada em relação ao tamanho da tela, e dependendo da qualidade do material SD utilizado e do nível de ajuste do Resolution+ (5 diferentes níveis).



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Advanced Picture Settings

Besides traditional color, contrast, and preset picture mode settings found on almost all LCD and Plasma TVs, Toshiba has included additional options for tweaking the performance of the 46UX600U that can be taken advantage of by more advanced users and/or installers. Below are some examples:

Colormaster allows hue, saturation, and brightness of each base color separately: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, and Cyan. See photo (http://z.about.com/d/hometheater/1/0/F/K/1/toshibaux600basecoloradj.jpg).

Color Temperature allows you to adjust the overall Warmness or Coolness of the image and can be set for each color (See photo (http://z.about.com/d/hometheater/1/0/G/K/1/toshibaux600colortempmenu.jpg)).

Auto Brightness Sensor Settings allows the TV to self-adjust the backlight system to ambient light conditions.

Dynalight automatically makes the black areas of the image deeper. If turned off, black levels are not as deep.

Dynamic Contrast automatically compensates your contrast settings, depending on changes in image content.

Static Gamma allows manual adjustment of black level in the image using the video processing of the TV.

Noise Reduction reduces the effects of video noise in a TV broadcast, DVD, or Blu-ray disc. However, when using this control to reduce noise, you may find other artifacts, such as edge harshness and a "pastey" appearance on flesh may increase.

Net TV

In addition to its HDTV capabilities, the Toshiba's UX600 series televisions are their first sets to incorporate extensive networking and Internet capabilities, which Toshiba labels as NetTV.

The NetTV feature employs a menu of widgets that provide direct access to online audio and video content sources, ranging from pay-per-view services, such as Vudu, to free services, such as You Tube, as well as both audio and video podcasts from sources such as the major TV networks to CNET and Revision3. Audio-only content includes Pandora. Users can also access text-based and social-networking websites, such as Wikipedia, Twitter, and Facebook.

Hardware Used

Home Theater Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR705.

Source Components: OPPO Digital BDP-83 and Sony BD-PS350 Blu-ray Disc Players and OPPO DV-980H DVD Player

Loudspeaker System: EMP Tek E5Ci center channel speaker, four E5Bi compact bookshelf speakers for left and right main and surrounds, and an ES10i 100 watt powered subwoofer.

Audio/Video connections made with Accell, Cobalt, and AR Interconnect cables. 16 Gauge Speaker Wire used.

Also used: USB Flash Drive and SD Card containing digital content.

Software Used

Blu-ray Discs used included: Across The Universe, Avatar, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Hairspray, Iron Man, Red Cliff (U.S. Theatrical Version), Shakira - Oral Fixation Tour, The Dark Knight, Tropic Thunder, Transporter 3, and UP.

Standard DVDs used included: The Cave, House of the Flying Daggers, Kill Bill - Vol 1/2, Kingdom of Heaven (Director's Cut), Lord of Rings Trilogy, Moulin Rouge, and V For Vendetta.

Video Performance

The 46UX600U is a very good performer. However, due to the use of LED edge lighting, the Black Levels were not as deep as I would have hoped for, but still deeper than many non-LED equipped LCD TVs. The main problem with the LED edge light system is the presence of a white "spotlight" effect on the corners of the screen.

As a result of the LED edge lighting, the center of the screen is darker than the edges. Fortunately this not that noticeable when there is a lot of color content on the screen. However, the corner "spotlights" are noticeable on dark scenes and when no signal is present.

On the other hand, the LED edge lighting issue aside, color saturation and detail were excellent with high definition source material, especially Blu-ray Discs. Animation content, such as Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and the combination of live-action-CGI in Avatar looked fantastic, with the images displaying a lot of depth.

Also, although not totally black, the letterbox and pillarbox bars when they are present, are not distracting, blending well with black frame of the TV, except for the spotlight effect in the corners explained previously.

In addition, the 46UX600 120Hz Screen Refresh Rate refresh rate provided smooth motion response (although still not as good as a plasma set).

Although doing well with high definition source material, the Toshiba 46UX600U did not do as well with standard definition source signals. Using the HQV Benchmark Test Disc, which measures the ability a video display (TV, Projector) or source device (Blu-ray disc or upscaling DVD player) to process and upscale standard definition signals, the 46UX600U provided mixed performance results (see test examples (http://hometheater.about.com/od/productreviewstoppicks/ig/Toshiba-46UX600U---HQV-Tests/)).


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Na lista das 12 melhores LCD´s de 40" e superiores do analista Robert Silva, a Toshiba REGZA 46UX600U está em sétimo no ranking:




Top 12 Best LCD Flat Panel Televisions 40-Inches and Larger
By Robert Silva, About.com Guide

Flat panel televisions are quickly becoming quite commonplace on store shelves and in consumers' homes. Although Plasma TVs seem to be be getting a lot attention in this area, the LCD television is actually making a greater market impact. For a list of some of my LCD television favorites in the 40-Inch and larger screen size, check out the following selections. Also, be sure to check out my suggestions for LCD flat panel televisions in the 32 and 37-Inch, 26 and 27-Inch, and 23-Inch and Smaller screen sizes.

1. Sharp AQUOS LC-52LE700UN 52-inch LCD TV with LED Backlight
2. Vizio VF552XVT LED/LCD TV with Internet Apps
3. Vizio VF551XVT 55-inch LCD TV with LED Backlight
4. Samsung UN46C7000 46-inch 3D LED/LCD TV
5. Toshiba Regza 46SV670U LCD TV with LED Backlight
6. Samsung UN46B6000 46-inch LCD TV with LED Backlight
7. Toshiba 46UX600U LCD NetTV with LED Edge Lighting
8. Sony BRAVIA KDL-46V5100 46-inch LCD TV
9. Sharp AQUOS LC-46LE700UN 46-inch with LED Backlight
10. Sony BRAVIA KDL-40NX700 40-inch LCD TV
11. Sony Eco-Series Bravia KDL-40VE5 40-inch LCD TV
12. Vizio SV421XVT 42-inch LCD TV

http://hometheater.about.com/od/toppicks/tp/aalcdtva.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
03-05-2010, 16:38
Olha lá rapais...

Depois do pioneirismo da Toshiba na utilização da tecnologia Super Resolution (Resolution+) em suas tv´s LCD veio a Mitsubishi também com Super Resolution:

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E agora olha lá a LG aparecendo com monitores LCD LED com tecnologia Super Resolution:

Será que os algoritmos para essa tecnologia Super Resolution foram desenvolvidos pela própria LG ou nesses monitores são utilizados chips NEC com tecnologia Super Resolution (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1141342&postcount=233) por exemplo...

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Nesse monitores LG a tecnologia é denominada Super Plus Resolution




Exceptional Picture Quality and Super Plus Resolution

The flagship of LG’s LED computer monitors, the E50 series offers Full HD picture quality with mega contrast ratio. Along with such high-performance entertainment features that customers expect from LG’s LED technology, the E50 series also delivers the functionality they need in a computer monitor.

The picture quality gets even better on the E50VR. Thanks to its mold-breaking Super Plus Resolution technology, the E50VR produces an even more realistic picture while also enhancing SD-level content to HD standard. The secret behind LG’s Super Plus Resolution is the IC (Image Clear) Engine chip, which uses a Full HD-compatible single-frame algorithm to get rid of frame delay without the need for any external memory or software. The IC Engine also includes a shoot control function that suppresses overexposure in photographs to produce a more natural and refined finish. Altogether, Super Plus Resolution converts mediocre pictures into the highest resolution, while delivering realistic images for both games and movies.

http://www.eyeofdubai.ae/v1/news/newsdetail-41627.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
04-05-2010, 15:31
Será que esse monitor LG poderia estar utilizando tecnologia Super Resolution "Neo Clear Resolution" da RENESAS-NEC?...

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http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2214207&postcount=2195

Roberto

Robertoy
05-05-2010, 15:43
Análise da Television Info com a Toshiba REGZA 46XV648U




Toshiba 46XV648U LCD HDTV Review
By David Kender
Published on April 23, 2010

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Black Level (7.6)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U was capable of producing only a decent black level, but not something that's going to wow the crowd. For an LCD display, it's average, and it certainly can't compete with the deep blacks you get from a plasma display. However, you'll be pleased to know that it outperformed the other TVs in this little comparison pool we've put together, so that's not too shabby, is it?

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Peak Brightness (8.57)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U can produce a wholly sufficient peak brightness score, meaning you'll have little cause to complain about how bright the whites get. The Samsung LN46B750 outscored the Toshiba in this test, but side-by-side, you probably wouldn't be disappointed with the Toshiba.

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Contrast (7.79)
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The contrast ratio scores here measure the actual black level-to-peak brightness range that the screen can produce in real life, without playing with the contrast, brightness, and other settings. Frequently, those overinflated contrast ratios that manufacturers tout is a result of tweaking the menu settings, taking a measurement, tweaking some more, taking another measurement, and so forth.

The Toshiba 46XV648U performed well here, thanks to a decent black level performance and a good peak brightness. The Samsung LN46B750 followed close behind. The Sharp and the other Toshiba (a 2009 model) did less well.

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Color Temperature (9.13)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U showed an excellent color temperature consistency in our lab tests. You can see from the charts below that the error rarely strayed into the range of human perception. Only when the signal got very dark did the color temperature get a little warm.

RGB Curves (8.28)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U had a relatively good color curve performance, though it was not without its hiccups. In the chart below, you can see the results from testing every intensity level in the red, green, and blue channels. The ideal performance is a smooth, sloping curve. Bumps indicate areas where you can expect color banding to occur where there should otherwise be a smooth transition. That big bump in the blue channel is unusual. We could see the error pretty clearly if we displayed a band of blue across the screen. All we can say is we hope you don't see this particular color too often when you're watching TV.

Color Gamut (5.15)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U matched up decently with the rec. 709 color standard. The green and the blue points are a bit off the mark, but the red point is quite close.

Motion Smoothness (8.13)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U did very well in our motion performance tests, living up to its moniker of "Cinema Series." In order to bring out the best performance, we experimented with the Toshiba's special motion processing features: ClearFrame and Film Stabilization.

In our testing, we found that the ClearFrame feature had a significant impact on the TV's ability to maintain fine detail in moving objects. The difference between leaving ClearFrame on and off was obvious. But in certain circumstances, turning on the ClearFrame feature seemed to create some strobing artifacts.

Overall, the performance was better with 1080p video than with 1080i. High-frequency, high-contrast patterns like black & white stripes gave the Toshiba 46XV648U its biggest problems in 1080i.

Motion Artifacting (6.75)
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There were definite instances of motion artifacting in both 1080p and 1080i footage. The strobing, mentioned above, would occur more often with the ClearFrame feature off. But when ClearFrame is turned on, strobing would occur in completely different areas of the screen, likely a result of converging correction processes failing. Nevertheless, the Toshiba 46XV648U is a strong performer in motion performance, overall, but you do need to play with the special features to get the best picture, and those settings may have to change depending on the content.

3:2 Pulldown & 24fps (9.0)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U can manage 3:2 pulldown from native 24p content, but in the video looks very choppy when it pans horizontally. In order to correct the problem, the TV has a feature called Film Stabilization. There are a few settings for this feature, and only the strongest setting managed to smooth out the 24p footage. But this setting may have an effect on the quality of the picture that you don't like. It's strictly aesthetic and entirely up to the user.

Resolution Scaling (8.17)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U is a native 1080p television, but a lot of the content you watch will likely be of a lower resolution. It's up to the TV's processor to upscale that footage so it fits on the screen. Fortunately, the Toshiba 46XV648U is very, very good at this task – better than more expensive TV's we've seen. Details are below for each resolution we test.

Viewing Angle (3.17)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U has a mediocre viewing angle, a common ailment of LCD displays. It lost a significant portion of its contrast ratio at approximately 48 degrees (or 24 degrees from center on either side). This is a little lower than average, even for an LCD, but only by a few degrees.

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Reflectance (6.0)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U is pretty good at avoiding annoying glare from lights in the room. If a light is facing the screen dead-on (hopefully, a rare occurrence) it results in a huge star burst pattern. But as soon as the angle changes, the pattern disappears and the screen does a good job of deflecting light.

Video Processing (6.0)
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The Toshiba 46XV648U has a handful or processing features that you, the user, can turn on and off at will. We recommend that you read our impressions, then experiment on your own. Settings can and should be modified depending on the type of content you're watching.

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Calibration
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The Toshiba 46XV648U performs most accurately in Movie mode. The rest of our adjustments are below.

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Video Modes
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The Toshiba 46XV648U has a fairly robust selection of video modes, which serve as a sort-of one-stop-shopping calibration if you don't have the patience or knowledge for a more accurate calibration.

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Menu Interface (8.5)
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The menu interface on the Toshiba 46XV648U is pretty simple, even for neophytes. There are few deep menus in which to get lost, at least until you get into the ColorMaster settings (and at that point, you're probably a tech enthusiast who's less likely to get lost in any menu).

As we've stated before, the biggest frustration is finding the Return button on the remote, which is too far from the related buttons. It's easy to reach the "Exit" button, but most of the time you don't want to leave the menu entirely, just go back a step.

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Roberto

Robertoy
12-05-2010, 00:47
Rapais...

Será mesmo? Notebook Toshiba de 13" com bateria SCiB (Super Charge Ion Battery) que carrega-se em pouco mais de 10 minutos?...

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http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/07/toshiba-building-worlds-lightest-13-inch-laptop-with-fast-charg/

Roberto

Robertoy
13-05-2010, 00:41
A Toshiba pretende investir aproximadamente 14 bilhões de dólares nos próximos 3 anos em memórias flash.

Além de investir nas atuais memórias NAND flash, a Toshiba está desenvolvendo novas tecnologias em memórias, incluindo a tecnologia BiCS (Bit Cost Scalable), que pode substituir as memórias NAND flash.

Toshiba Set to Roll Out 2Xnm-node 64Gb NAND Flash Memory
May 12, 2010 18:39 Motoyuki Ooishi, Nikkei Electronics

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Norio Sasaki, presidente e CEO da Toshiba

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100512/182500/

Roberto

Robertoy
18-05-2010, 16:19
"Pare de tomar a pilula, pare de tomar a pilula" :bD

Toshiba Mobile Display lançando painél de cristal líquido OCB (Optically Compensated Bend) para óculos 3D diminuindo a necessidade de tomar "a pílula"?

O preço? Não sei...

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Toshiba Mobile Display Co., Ltd. (President: Yoshio Ooida) has developed an OCB (Optically Compensated Bend) liquid crystal display panel for 3D glasses suitable for watching 3D television, enjoying 3D movies, or playing 3D games.

In recent years, increasing demands for more realistic images has been the catalyst for 3D displays in various applications, such as movies, TV broadcasts, games, and mobile phones. As a result, the stereoscopic display market is expected to grow rapidly.

A 3D image is created by providing slightly different images to your left and right eyes. There are two methods of separating a picture into left and right images: one uses special glasses, and the other is without glasses, called auto-stereoscopy. The with-glasses approach is applied to movies and TV, and there are two primary methods: one uses polarizing filters, and the other is based on time division. This new LCD panel employs the latter time-based, with-glasses approach.

In the time-division with-glasses method, images for the left and right eyes appear alternately, with the special glasses working as a synchronous shutter. That is, when the left image appears, the left liquid crystal shutter opens while the right shutter closes. When the right image appears the right shutter opens while the left shutter closes. Repeating this operation at high speed allows the user to synthesize the left and right images in their brain and to recognize them as a 3D image.

If the right image is sensed by the left eye, or if the left image is sensed by the right eye, double vision occurs which is called 3D crosstalk. This phenomenon degrades the quality of the resulting image and causes eye fatigue.

In this new liquid crystal display panel, suitable for application in a pair of glasses, TMD has used OCB technology to achieve both high-speed response and a wide viewing angle while maintaining high contrast. Glasses adopting these panels feature high-speed shutter opening and closing, yielding a significant reduction in 3D crosstalk. In addition, the wide viewing angle provides vivid 3D images across a wide field of view, such as in movie theaters and living rooms. Glasses adopting these panels would allow the viewer to enjoy high-quality 3D images in comfort with minimized fatigue when watching TV, viewing a movie, or playing a game for a long time.

Toshiba America Electronics Components, Inc. will showcase this display in booth #631 at SID 2010 International Symposium, Seminar, and Exhibition, from May 25 to May 27, 2010, in Seattle, Washington, USA.

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Robertoy
19-05-2010, 17:50
Matéria da AV Watch com a Toshiba CELL REGZA / CELL TV (aquela com processador CELL B.E. do PS3)

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Roberto

Robertoy
20-05-2010, 09:16
Para se aproximar da Samsung...

A Toshiba anunciou oficialmente que vai começar a construir a nova fábrica de memórias NAND flash no Japão.

Ela deve entrar em operação em 2011.

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100324/181287/
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Roberto

Samsung e Toshiba seguem dominando o mercado de memórias NAND Flash




Samsung and Toshiba squeeze NAND market

Other supplies fight for scraps

By Chris Mellor (http://forms.channelregister.co.uk/mail_author/?story_url=/2010/05/20/nand_q1_revenues/) • Get more from this author (http://search.channelregister.co.uk/?author=Chris%20Mellor)
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Samsung and Toshiba dominate the NAND flash market, leaving little for anyone else, first quarter revenue figures show.

A ranking of flash suppliers' revenues in US dollars by iSuppli for the first quarter of this year shows Samsung leading the pack with a 38.5 per cent share, closely followed by Toshiba with 33.8 per cent. Put these two together and there's just 27.7 per cent of flash scraps left for everyone else to fight over.

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In dollar terms the NAND market was worth $4.36bn in this quarter, so you can work out the supplier's actual revenues. The revenue number for the last 2009 quarter was $4.33bn with a 0.6 per cent increase, which iSuppli says is good news because historically there has been a seasonal decrease in the same period. The NAND market is healthy.

Michael Yang, iSuppli's senior analyst for memory and storage, said: “With the economy on the mend, and demand for electronics on the rise ... demand has been unleashed, leading to strong sales for NAND flash in early 2010. This is mitigating the impact of the normal slowdown following the conclusion of the Christmas and Chinese New Year buying seasons.”

Toshiba gained 2.9 per cent market share comparing 2009's last quarter to the first quarter of this year, while Samsung lost 1.3 per cent. Micron and Hynix are in equal third place this quarter, both having 9.1 per cent. Intel is fifth with 6.3 per cent, and then comes Numonyx with a tiny 2.9 per cent followed by PowerChip with 0.1 per cent.

Hynix, Intel and Numonyx all lost share compared to 2009's final quarter. This showing puts Numonyx's phase-change memory flash follow-on technology efforts into perspective - that's where Numonyx' growth prospects are.

Yang said: "While demand for traditional NAND strongholds like flash cards and USB drives started to decline toward the end of the quarter, sales are growing at an outsized rate for consumer electronics products and smart phones. The early success of Apple Inc.’s iPad also portends strong growth for NAND demand in tablets.”

If tablets cannibalise netbook sales, and if they follow Apple's lead and use flash instead of small hard drives, then tablet sales could really boost NAND flash use. We might even see larger screen tablets with keyboard and mouse accessories nibbling away at notebook sales


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Roberto

Robertoy
20-05-2010, 10:03
Processador CELL B.E.: De jogos e aplicações com fins militares via PS3 a tv´s.




Military Powered PS3 Cell Grunt Coming To A TV Soon
By David Richards and Hot Hardware | Sunday | 09/05/2010

The Sony PS3 and its cell process has gone way beyond gaming with universities and the US military building Linux based server farms to harness the power of the Cell processor. This is the same engine that will shortly appear in Toshiba's 3D TV’s that eliminate the need 3D glasses.

Last month Sony initiated a software upgrade that prevented Linux development using the PS3.

Now a US PS3 owner, Anthony Ventura, has filed a class action lawsuit against Sony, alleging that the company's decision to terminate the PS3's Linux support via a firmware update constitutes false and deceptive marketing practices.

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According Hot Hardware, most PS3 owners never took advantage of the system's Linux capabilities, which they say is still critical to the universities and institutions that deploy PS3 clusters as high-performance compute farms.

The publication said that when Sony hyped the performance of the PS3 back in 2007 when it was first launched many organisations "believed their story" and started developing applications.

Researchers found that they could get real-world performance in high performance computing (HPC) applications from the Cell processor in the PS3.

According to Hot Hardware the Cell processor at the heart of the PlayStation 3 was a monster on paper, but the results that came back from even the earliest clusters showed that the CPU, jointly developed by IBM, Toshiba, and Sony, proved it had a massive set of real-world teeth.
They say that once word got out that Sony's PS3 offered the performance of a high-end compute cluster for $600, interest spiked.

Today, the PS3 is used in calculating financial risk, scientific applications, HPC clusters, and even by the military. In late 2009, the US Air Force research lab put in a request for an additional 2,200 PS3s, to be used for expanding a cluster of 336 systems that were already on site. The military branch built the initial node based on Cell's image-processing capabilities and justified the request by noting: "a single 1U server configured with two 3.2-GHz cell processors can cost up to $8k, while two Sony PS3s cost approximately $600...the approximately tenfold cost difference per GFLOP makes the Sony PS3 the only viable technology for HPC applications."

Shortly, Toshiba who now own the Cell processor, is set to launch a series of new TV's that harness the power of the Cell processor. They will also launch new multimedia notebooks which incorporate a Cell processor.

According to Dr. Guarav Khanna, one of the first scientists to build a PS3 cluster back in 2007, there's definitely a potential link between gaming and more lofty-minded pursuits.

"There is huge potential for interaction between game developers and computational scientists," Dr. Khanna said. "Certainly at the level of squeezing performance from computer hardware like you suggest, and—in my view—also in the context of interacting with running simulations, which of course the gaming community has figured out extremely well."

At the recent CES show in Las Vegas Toshiba engineers said that the Company will be launching several products including TV's that harness the power of the Cell process.

"Wait till you see what we can do with a TV picture using the Cell Processor. You will be able to record 8 programs at once, watch 3D without the need for glasses. Upscale 2D to 3D on the fly while also being able to play games on your TV" said one Toshiba executive.

The Toshiba Cell TV is due in Australia in the last quarter of 2010.

http://smarthouse.com.au/TVs_And_Large_Display/Industry/S4T5C4B6?page=3
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Sobre a força aérea americana que já possuia 336 PS3 e no final do ano passado encomendou mais 2200...
http://www.techworld.com.au/article/328869/us_air_force_taps_playstation_3_research

Realmente uma pena a Sony ter retirado o suporte a instalação de Linux nos firmwares mais recentes do PS3...

Nota:

Da parceria que participou do desenvolvimento do processador CELL B.E. (IBM, Sony, Toshiba), a IBM abandonou o uso do CELL B.E. e agora vai de NVidia Tesla.

Será que a Sony será a próxima a abandonar o barco quando for lançar o PS4?... (segundo rumores, podendo trocar o CELL B.E. por uma solução da Intel...)(vai saber...ou quem sabe aparece um futuro PS4 utilizando dois processadores CELL B.E....)

Enquanto IBM e Sony são veteranas no uso do CELL B.E. em aplicações comerciais, a Toshiba é a "novata" na utilização do mesmo, começando a comercialização pelas tv´s e depois quem sabe em outros equipamentos...




IBM cheats on Cell with NVIDIA Tesla for servers
By Jon Stokes | Last updated about 22 hours ago

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The Cell chip that powers the PlayStation 3 has been good to IBM's high-performance computing (HPC) efforts, with Big Blue's supercomputers riding the game console chip to fame and glory in the biannual Top 500 Supercomputer List. Cell makes an ideal coprocessor for the kinds of scientific codes that supercomputers run—indeed, it makes more sense as an HPC coprocessor than it does as a game console chip. But the writing may be on the wall for Cell, as IBM has just announced a server that can use two NVIDIA Tesla devices as coprocessors.

By adopting Tesla, IBM isn't just giving a vote of confidence and a big boost to NVIDIA's HPC efforts—though the GPU maker is keen to spin the announcement this way. Rather, IBM is also diversifying away from Cell because Cell probably has no future as an actively developed commodity product. Rumors that Sony would not use Cell in the PlayStation 4 have been swirling since December of last year, and speculation to this end goes back even further, to late 2007, when Sony sold its Cell fab to Toshiba (http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2007/10/sony-to-sell-ps3-chip-fabs-to-toshiba.ars). There were also hints at the end of last year that IBM had stopped working on further Cell development. Big Blue later denied that this was the case, claiming that as long as the Sony contract is in place, it will plug ahead with the Cell.

But the idea that Sony will abandon Cell for its next console seems eminently plausible (http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2009/02/intel-is-shooting-for-playstation-4-but-has-it-scored.ars), and if that happens, there's no chance that IBM will keep the architecture around for HPC. Because of the economics of semiconductors and of high-performance computing, high-volume, commodity chips that can be repurposed for a largely cost-sensitive niche like HPC will beat a boutique, low-volume chip every single time. If Cell no longer has a base in the commodity gaming market, it no longer has a future in HPC.


http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2010/05/ibm-cheats-on-cell-with-nvidia-tesla-for-servers.ars

Roberto

Robertoy
26-05-2010, 16:52
Alguns videos sobre a Toshiba CELL TV/CELL REGZA

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLAp2YQNOlM

HNloWEIEuUQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNloWEIEuUQ

AMdfbbUVkZA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMdfbbUVkZA
http://www.toshiba.ch/celltv/

Roberto

Robertoy
27-05-2010, 09:06
http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/en/common/images/tmd_logo_en.gif

http://img535.imageshack.us/img535/1269/tm1t.jpg





Wednesday May 26, 2010
3D at Display Week: Impressive, But Still Big Questions

3D is a major topic at the Society For Information Display (SID) Display Week conference in Seattle this week. Walking the floor and seeing the demos, I remained impressed at how fast the technology is evolving, with demos showing better 3D and even "glasses-free" autostereoscopic displays. But I'm also concerned that the technology is overhyped, and it will be hard for the industry to meet the lofty expectations.

There were lots of demos of 3D on the show floor. Given that the first consumer 3D TVs are already shipping using "active shutter" glasses, that wasn't surprising. But what stood out was the number of people showing alternative technologies, or products designed to make 3D look better.
Several companies showed new filters or glass designed to go into the manufacturing process and improve active shutter displays, and Toshiba Mobile Display had an interesting demonstration of its Optically Compesated Bend (OCB) glasses, which really did seem to improve the image.

http://blogs.pcmag.com/miller/images/Toshiba%20at%20SID.jpg

http://blogs.pcmag.com/miller/2010/05/3d_at_display-week.php
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Roberto

Robertoy
27-05-2010, 15:47
Análise da HDTV Solutions com a Toshiba REGZA 55UX600U (LED Edge lit, 120Hz, NET TV, Adaptador Wi-Fi incluso ("USB Receiver"), Resolution+)

http://images.highspeedbackbone.net/SKUimages/enhanced/T24-5506-call10-jfwd.jpg
http://www.live.toshiba.webcollage.net/server/systemax/toshiba-product-content/httpb?ws-action=http://www.live.toshiba.webcollage.net/_wc/pc/demo/55ux600u.html?channel-product-id%3d5745561%26showtabs%3dtrue%26format%3dpopup%26 is-in-showcase%3dfalse~&ws-containerurl=http://www.dummy-container-url.com&channel-product-id=5745561&wcpc=55ux600u&type=&enable-reporting=true&MarkupType=document&PresentationFormat=html

http://img293.imageshack.us/img293/9430/98575927.jpg

http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/images/articles/Toshiba_55UX600U_FrontScream.jpg

http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/images/articles/Toshiba_55UX600U_ApplicationsMenu.jpg

http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/images/articles/Toshiba_55UX600U_VuduMenu.jpg

http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/6247/45064754.jpg
http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/Toshiba_55UX600U_LCD_Review.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
28-05-2010, 09:30
Lembram do Karatê Kid? Minority Report?

Uma versão de "Comandos Daniel San" (encerar o carro, pintar a cerca...) :riso: com comandos relativamente simples existe em notebooks Toshiba Qosmio:

http://img107.imageshack.us/img107/880/karatebc4.jpg
http://gadgetress.freedomblogging.com/files/2008/05/toshcell005.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1096711&postcount=151
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1148351&postcount=280

Estilo "Minority Report" na tecnologia Toshiba AirSwing?




Toshiba AirSwing user interface lets you sweat it out
Posted on May 28, 10 03:02 AM PDT

http://www.ubergizmo.com/photos/2010/5/toshiba-airswing.jpg

Toshiba has come up with an interesting user interface of their own known as the AirSwing, where it will feature a semi-transparent image of the operator on the display, making it much more easier to go through the menu system. Apart from that, the software is touted to use only 3% thereabouts of a 400MHz ARM 11 CPU (or so Toshiba claims), which translates to a whole lot of processing grunt available to you just in case you want to do some heavy number crunching. No idea on when such a special user interface will be available commercially, but we won't be surprised to see Toshiba bundle it in commercial displays for malls and its ilk. The fabled Minority Report interface gets closer and closer to reality each day. To get a better idea on how the Toshiba AirSwing works, check out the video in the extended post.

MDUN01U--jE

http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives/2010/05/toshiba_airswing_user_interface_lets_you_sweat_it_ out.html
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Robertoy

Robertoy
28-05-2010, 17:09
Na apresentação da Toshiba em Barcelona no mês passado (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2321088&postcount=2239) existiu um workshop chamado: "Picture Quality - The Toshiba Hollywood Project. How to create natural emotional pictures".

Provavelmente daí resultarão futuras implementações nas tv´s LCD Toshiba REGZA.

http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/1748/hp1ds.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp2.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp3.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp4.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp5.jpg
http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2010/toshiba_hollywood.shtml
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O Workshop "Toshiba Hollywood Project":

http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/slide-1-600.jpg

http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/slide-2-600.jpg

http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/slide-4-600.jpg

http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/slide-5-600.jpg

O Resolution+ também estava sendo demonstrado lá em Barcelona:

http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/1571/50517468.jpg

Na nova linha 2010 européia:
http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/the-3d-is-the-2d-first-of-all-600.jpg
http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelonat.shtml
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Roberto

Robertoy
31-05-2010, 13:30
Zoom In/Zoom Out dobrando um painél LCD Toshiba.




[SID] Toshiba Zooms In/out Images by Bending LCD Panel (Video)
May 31, 2010 13:45

Naoki Tanaka, Tech-On!

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100531/183062/2.jpg

Toshiba Corp developed an LCD panel that enables to zoom in and out an image by bending it and announced the panel at SID 2010, the largest international conference on display technologies.

At the conference, Toshiba actually zoomed in and out an aerial photograph of Google Earth displayed on the screen by bending the LCD panel. The intuitive operation of the bendable panel was drawing attention from many engineers.

The exhibited display had a commercially available bend sensor whose resistance value changes by bending it. The sensor was equipped at the end of the backlight unit.

To realize this LCD panel, Toshiba developed a thin backlight unit that can be bent to a curvature radius of 50mm. It is an edge-lighting LED backlight unit whose light guide plate is as thin as 0.4mm. Also, the company developed software that zooms in and out images in accordance with the change in the resistance value of the bend sensor.

The screen size and resolution of the LCD panel are 8.4 inches and 800 x 600 pixels (SVGA), respectively. The thickness of the glass substrate used for the LCD panel is 0.1mm.

NGDyxA4BPH4

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100531/183062/
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Roberto

Robertoy
01-06-2010, 16:48
Toshiba só no VUDU nos Estados Unidos...

http://www.engadgethd.com/media/2008/08/20080823-vudu_cauldron.jpg

Player Blu-ray Toshiba BDX2500
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/images/largeimages/680838.jpg




Vudu Devices Ship From Toshiba, Sanyo
June 1, 2010 By Stephen Silver

Vudu, the video-streaming service acquired earlier this year by Walmart, announced last week that two manufacturers, Toshiba and Sanyo, have shipped devices featuring the technology.

According to Vudu's official blog, Toshiba has come out with two Blu-ray players, and Sanyo with one TV, that feature Vudu capability. The products are the Toshiba BDX 2500 and BDX 2700 Blu-ray players and the Sanyo DP55360 HDTV, which is 55".

"This means that 6 of the 7 partners we announced at CES are now shipping products with VUDU on them, and the year’s not even half done," the company wrote on the blog, also pointing to the company's partnerships with Mitsubishi, Samsung, Sharp and Vizio.

http://www.e-gear.com/article/vudu-devices-ship-from-toshiba-sanyo-25005580/1
http://blog.vudu.com/?p=524
http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/bluray/product.asp?model=bdx2500

Roberto

Robertoy
05-06-2010, 00:59
Invenção da Toshiba se aproxima da computação quântica
02 de junho de 2010 • 17h20 • atualizado às 17h31

A computação quântica de altíssima velocidade, uma das metas científicas mais almejadas, pode estar um passo mais perto depois da invenção de um novo dispositivo capaz de produzir a chamada luz "emaranhada" sob comando.

Cientistas do centro de pesquisa da Toshiba em Cambridge, Inglaterra, anunciaram nesta quarta-feira que o Entangled Light Emitting Diode (ELED), ou diodo emissor de luz emaranhada, abre caminho para a criação de chips semicondutores de altíssima potência.

Os computadores quânticos poderiam, em teoria, tentar múltiplas soluções para um problema ao mesmo tempo, e resolver em segundos problemas que as mais velozes máquinas atuais demoram anos para decifrar.

Mas é mais fácil falar do que fazer, no que tange a explorar os estranhos poderes da física quântica - que estuda o universo no nível dos átomos, fótons e outras partículas.

Agora, porém, Andrew Shields e seus colegas da Toshiba acreditam ter desenvolvido uma ferramenta essencial para a tarefa, na forma de um aparelho de fácil produção que pode ser conectado a uma bateria para produzir luz emaranhada quando e como requerida.

"Trata-se de um grande passo porque significa que agora é possível começar a integrar diversos dispositivos em um único chip," disse Shields.

Até agora a equipe da Toshiba não chegou ao estágio de realizar cálculos, mas Shields acredita que circuitos básicos de computação quântica que empregam essa tecnologia podem estar disponíveis dentro de cinco anos.

Os computadores quânticos baseados em processos ópticos precisam de grande número de fótons emaranhados, nos quais as partículas de luz estão vinculadas de forma a que existam em dois estados possíveis simultaneamente - algo que Albert Einstein descreveu como "fantasmagórico".

Até agora, produzir luz emaranhada só era possível com grandes aparelhos de laser. Mas o novo ELED da Toshiba utiliza tecnologia padronizada de semicondutores e é feito de arseneto de gálio, um material comum nos produtos eletrônicos ópticos.


http://tecnologia.terra.com.br/noticias/0,,OI4466410-EI12882,00-Invencao+da+Toshiba+se+aproxima+da+computacao+quan tica.html

Roberto

Robertoy
07-06-2010, 11:03
Notebook Toshiba com Blu-ray 3D.

http://hothardware.com/newsimages/Item13362/3dtoshibapc.jpg




Toshiba "dynabook TX/98MBL" is the Industry's First[1] PC Supporting the Blu-ray 3D™ [2] Format
-Can playback both 3D Blu-ray titles and 3D games-

7 Jun, 2010

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_06/0701/dynabook_TX_98MBL.jpg

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today announced the introduction of the industry's first notebook PC featuring playback of 3D[3] content in the Blu-ray 3D™ format. The new "dynabook TX/98MBL" will be available from the end of July in the Japanese market.

"dynabook TX/98MBL" features a 15.6-inch wide LCD display with LED backlighting and a 120Hz scan rate. It employs WinDVD® BD for TOSHIBA to play back content in the Blu-ray 3D™ format and NVIDIA® 3D Vision™[4] software and hardware to deliver a rich 3D experience.

The new 3D notebook PC adopts the active shutter technology that has made 3D a hit in movie theatres around the world. The system's active shutter LCD glasses lighten and darken at the same fast refresh rate of the 120Hz[5]LCD, with an effective refresh rate for each eye of 60Hz. As each eye receives a slightly different image, the result is a dynamic, high quality[6] stereoscopic image: full 3D[7]. High level system performance is secured by integration or NVIDIA's latest graphic processor, the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 350M[4], and 1GB Video RAM dedicated to graphics processing.

A pair of wireless 3D active shutter glasses bundled with the dynabook TX/98MBL assures immediate enjoyment of Blu-ray 3D™ titles and 3D game content[8].
The dynabook TX/98MBL complements its high grade visual experience with a combination of harman/kardon® stereo speakers and Dolby® Advanced Audio that delivers full-bodied, vibrant sound. The processor is an Intel® Core™ i7-740QM, and on-board storage is provided by a large capacity 640GB hard disk drive. The latest version of Microsoft® Office Home and Business 2010 are pre-installed.

Toshiba will continue to meet users' needs by developing and commercializing notebook PCs integrating advanced features and functionality.
Notes: [1]In the category of notebook PCs featuring the Blu-ray 3D™ Format, as of June 7, 2010. (Source: Toshiba)
[2]Blu-ray 3D™ is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association.

[3]Some individuals may experience health-related complications when exposed to certain 3D images. Parents should monitor and/or supervise their children's use of 3D Vision™. If you or your child should experience any problem, immediately stop using 3D Vision™ and consult a physician. Carefully read safety instructions included with the NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ kit and take the "User Vision Test" in the setup wizard before you or your child use 3D Vision™. If you see excessive flicker in your peripheral vision, change the refresh rate of your display.
[4]NVIDIA® 3D Vision™, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 350M is a trademark of NVIDIA Corporation in the U.S. and or other countries.
[5]120Hz scan rate is effective when using Blu-ray 3D™and 3D game content.
[6]Blu-ray 3D™ titles and 3D game content can be displayed in 3D when displayed on the integrated LCD display.
[7]Viewing the display from the front is recommended
[8]3D game content is supported by DirectX 9 (released at the end of 2004) and later versions, and there may be some difference in the 3D effect, depending on the game content. For details, please refer to the following URL: http://www.nvidia.co.jp/object/3D_Vision_3D_games_jp.html

http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/4342/37173470.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_06/pr0701.htm?from=RSS_PRESS&uid=20100607-1024e
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Roberto

Robertoy
10-06-2010, 02:09
Lembram do Karatê Kid? Minority Report?

Uma versão de "Comandos Daniel San" (encerar o carro, pintar a cerca...) :riso: com comandos relativamente simples existe em notebooks Toshiba Qosmio:

http://img107.imageshack.us/img107/880/karatebc4.jpg
http://gadgetress.freedomblogging.com/files/2008/05/toshcell005.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1096711&postcount=151
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1148351&postcount=280

Estilo "Minority Report" na tecnologia Toshiba AirSwing?

http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives/2010/05/toshiba_airswing_user_interface_lets_you_sweat_it_ out.html
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Robertoy
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2415906&viewfull=1#post2415906

"Encerar o carro, Pintar a cerca"

The Karate Kid (2010)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1155076/

http://img820.imageshack.us/img820/5973/kk1.jpg

http://img809.imageshack.us/img809/4351/kk2.jpg

Olha a Fujitsu no embalo em 2010...

yqA_ae5hQOI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqA_ae5hQOI
http://en.akihabaranews.com/49946/laptops/video-fujitsu-completely-revamp-its-notebook-series-with-natal-like-interface

Roberto

Robertoy
15-06-2010, 10:39
Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio V65 no Japão (Blu-ray/SpursEngine/DTV):

http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Qosmio_V65_87M-620x465.jpg
http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/06/14/toshibas-dynabook-qosmio-v65-is-a-high-end-laptop-blu-ray-player-and-dtv-in-one/

Toshiba Qosmio V65 (SpursEngine) + Sony BRAVIA + Toshiba REGZA:

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/508/508042/15_c_800x533.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2273486&viewfull=1#post2273486

Roberto

Robertoy
17-06-2010, 09:22
Toshiba lança memória NAND Flash de 128Gb.

Medindo 17mm x 22mm x 1.4mm o módulo será muito útil para futuros smartphones, câmeras digitais, tablet pc´s, etc.




Toshiba hits 128GB with new NAND flash memory
by Serkan Toto on June 17, 2010

http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/toshiba_nand.jpg

Expect your smartphone, digital camera or tablet computer to get a big spec bump in the near future: Toshiba today announced (http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_06/pr1701.htm) it has developed the world’s first embedded NAND flash memory module with 128GB capacity. That’s enough to store 2,222 hours of music (at 128Kbps), 16.6 hours of full HD video, or 38.4 hours of SD video.

Made by combining 16 64Gbit NAND chips, the new devices are sized at just 17×22×1.4mm (including a controller). The new module is compatible with the so-called e-MMC standard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MultiMediaCard) (embedded MultiMediaCard), as is a 64GB NAND module Toshiba announced along with the 128GB model.

The company plans to ship the first samples of the 128GB module in September (the 64GB samples will get shipped in August), followed by mass production of both versions in the fourth quarter of this year.

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Já pensou um iPhone com 128Gb ou um iPod Touch com 256Gb?...
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Roberto

Robertoy
17-06-2010, 10:40
Parceria entre USA TODAY, DARK HORSE COMICS e TOSHIBA




USA TODAY ANNOUNCES INNOVATIVE CAMPAIGN WITH DARK HORSE COMICS AND TOSHIBA
DH:HD program unites three leaders in their fields to deliver exclusive entertainment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

McLean, Va. (June 16, 2010) — USA TODAY, in collaboration with Dark Horse Comics and Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C., unveiled a new promotional program that will showcase all-new content from Dark Horse Comics’ top properties and creators. The three entertainment leaders are collaborating on a groundbreaking multi-platform campaign that delivers exciting and exclusive entertainment across a variety of media platforms.

The DH:HD (Dark Horse: High-Def) program kicks off today with an exclusive look at bestselling author Janet Evanovich’s first graphic novel, Troublemaker, in USA TODAY. Today’s coverage includes one page in USA TODAY’s print edition as well as an exclusive interview with Janet Evanovich. The full 8-page exclusive will run online at www.comics.USATODAY.com.

USA TODAY and Toshiba will continue to showcase Dark Horse comic content online, in print and at Comic-Con International in San Diego and New York Comic Con. In October, Dark Horse will roll out a series of all-new stories created exclusively for the program. To encourage consumer engagement, social media elements will be integrated throughout the campaign.

“USA TODAY is excited to be partnering with Toshiba and Dark Horse on this innovative program. It’s a terrific example of how USA TODAY can take exclusive content and turn it into a compelling cross-platform reader experience,” said Susan Lavington, senior vice president of marketing for USA TODAY.

“As a leader in home entertainment built on Toshiba’s rich 130-year history of ground-breaking technologies, we are proud to associate our products, including our new LED HDTVs and Blu-ray Disc™ players, with the compelling and legendary Dark Horse brand,” said Maria Repole, vice president, corporate communications for Toshiba. “This truly exciting campaign will help Toshiba build a connection with a passionate group of consumers eager to experience fresh content in innovative ways.”

“As an entertainment company, Dark Horse prides itself on pushing the boundaries with groundbreaking creators and content. We're excited to continue this tradition by showcasing some of our most exciting stories in this all-new program with these great partners,” said Mike Richardson, president and publisher, Dark Horse Comics.

About Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C.

Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C. (“TACP”) is owned by Toshiba America, Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, a world leader in high technology products with subsidiaries worldwide. TACP markets and sells a full line of home entertainment products, including flat panel TVs, Hi-Definition Blu-ray Disc players, TV/DVD Combination products and portable devices. TACP is headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey. For additional information, please visit www.tacp.toshiba.com or www.toshibatv.com.


About Dark Horse Comics

Since 1986, Dark Horse Comics has proven to be a solid example of how integrity and innovation can help broaden a unique storytelling medium and establish a small, homegrown company as an industry giant. The company is known for the progressive and creator friendly atmosphere it provides for writers and artists. In addition to publishing comics from top talent like Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, Neil Gaiman, Gerard Way, Will Eisner, and bestselling prose author, Janet Evanovich, Dark Horse has developed such successful characters as The Mask, Timecop, and SpyBoy. Additionally, their highly successful line of comics and products based on popular properties includes Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Aliens, Conan, Mass Effect, Tim Burton, Serenity and Domo. Today, Dark Horse Comics is the largest independent comic-book publisher in the United States and is recognized as both an innovator in the cause of creator rights and the comics industry's leading publisher of licensed material.


About USA TODAY

USA TODAY was founded in 1982 with a mission to serve as a forum for better understanding and unity to help make the USA truly one nation. Through its flagship newspaper and popular Web site, USA TODAY engages the national conversation and connects readers online through social media applications. USA TODAY, the nation's number one newspaper in print circulation with a total average daily print circulation of more than 1.8 million, and USATODAY.com, an award-winning newspaper Web site which launched in 1995, reach a combined 5.9 million readers daily. The USA TODAY news and information brand also includes: USA TODAY Education, USA TODAY Mobile, and USA TODAY Sports Weekly. USA TODAY is owned by Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI).

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Roberto

Robertoy
18-06-2010, 10:53
Home > Marketing Daily > Friday, Jun 18, 2010

Toshiba Eyes Youth Demo In Comics Pact
by Aaron Baar, Yesterday, 3:59 PM

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In a bid to reach a younger demographic (which may not be familiar with its products), Toshiba America Consumer Products has entered into a cross-promotional arrangement with Dark Horse comics and USA Today.

"We've always skewed a little but more toward an older audience. One of our objects is to skew younger," Maria Repole, vice president of communications for Toshiba, tells Marketing Daily. "This gives some personality to the brand; traditionally, our advertising has been focused on the product."

The partnership, DH:HD, launched on Wednesday, with a sneak preview of Dark Horse's graphic novel Troublemaker by Janet and Alex Evanovich in USA Today. Though Toshiba was listed along with the publication as presenting the preview, the brand's presence will become more prevalent at ComicCon July 22-25 in San Diego, Repole says. She wouldn't divulge many details of the program, but she did say one artist is working on illustrations that include Toshiba products.

"It's going to really kick off and be solidified at ComicCon this year," she says. "Once we launch our 3D televisions, that will open up even more possibilities."

The decision to partner with a comic book company came after Repole visited the fan convention -- where many movie studios and other entertainment companies preview upcoming releases for eager fans -- last year. "It's one of the few venues and events where you can get up close and personal with the talent," she says.

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Robertoy
18-06-2010, 11:30
Análise canadense com a Toshiba REGZA 46UX600 (LCD LED Edge Lit)




Hands-on Review: Toshiba Regza 46UX600 DLNA-certified LCD HDTV

Gordon Brockhouse
Published: 06/17/2010 06:03:50 PM UTC in Video

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At the end of the new millennium's first decade, people are consuming entertainment on all kinds of devices, from smartphones to computers to big-screen HDTVs. Sometimes the content we want to see or hear isn't on the device we're using at the time. What do you do if you're sitting in your home theatre, and you'd like to show off your vacation pictures? Or listen to an album you've just downloaded? Or share a laugh over some YouTube videos?

That's the point of DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), a cross-industry set of standards for moving content over a home network. Theoretically, sending music, photos and video from one DLNA device to another should be almost seamless. All Windows 7 PCs are DLNA-compliant; and so are a growing number of smartphones and HDTVs, including the TV reviewed here.

Toshiba says its new Regza UX600 LED-backlit LCD TVs are "the first DLNA-certified televisions recognized by Microsoft as compatible with Windows 7." In English, that means that you should be able to able to use your TV remote to "pull" content from a Windows 7 PC, or use a Windows 7 PC to "push" content to the TV - and that it should all be easy.

Is it as simple as it sounds? In my experience, not quite. To get this stuff to work the first time, it helps to have a small propeller on the top of your head. But after navigating over a few rough patches in the setup process, day-to-day use should be pretty straightforward.

The Big Picture

For this review, I tested the 46-inch Regza 46UX600 ($1,900). The UX600 series also includes the 40-inch 40UX600 for $1,600 and the 55-inch 55UX600 for $2,500. These are slim, attractive TVs, less than two inches deep. The black bezel surrounding the screen is covered with a clear frame that has interior three-dimensional accents. The whole presentation is quite elegant. A football-shaped pedestal is supplied. The remote control is basic, but easy to use and read. However, it is not backlit.

Setup: When you turn the UX600 on for the first time, an onscreen menu asks you to confirm language, time zone and location, i.e. whether you're using the TV at home or in a store. Choose Home, and it will default to the Autoview mode. This mode automatically adjusts settings to suit room lighting conditions and picture content. All the main picture controls, including brightness, contrast, tint, colour and sharpness, are in the centre default position. In the Advanced Picture Settings menu, ColourMaster is turned off, DynaLight (which adjusts the backlight to suit picture content) is on, and Dynamic Contrast and Static Gamma are in the centre position.

With these out-of-the-box settings, black levels are excellent, yet there is very good detail in dark areas. The picture looks slightly too vibrant though, with a mild magenta tinge.

Of the UX600's preset picture modes, Movie is the one that gets closest to the picture a video purist would like for viewing in subdued (but not dark) lighting conditions. In this setting, backlight is reduced to 30 from the maximum of 100, contrast reduced slightly to 90, and other settings are at the centre position. In the Advanced Picture Settings menu, Colour Temperature is set -2, which produces a more accurate colour balance, warming up the picture and making it more film-like. Various picture processing options, including DynaLight, are turned off, and Dynamic Contrast is reduced to 3.

As I always do, I used test patterns on a calibration disc (DVE HD Basics on Blu-ray) to check and adjust picture settings. Confirming my initial impressions of black level, test patterns displayed correctly with the default brightness setting of 50. The magenta tinge showed up in mid-tones in the brightness test patterns, confirming my initial impressions. With the aid of colour test patterns, I shifted tint towards green, with a setting of 10, and boosted colour to 10. This cured the magenta tinge and created a more pleasing picture. Taking sharpness down to -20 made the edges of objects on the screen look more natural. For viewing with moderate room lighting, I found it helpful to increase the backlight setting to 50.

Evaluation: When the screen went blank, I noticed some mild hotspotting, but this was never an issue in regular programming. Mid-tones look a little brighter than I'm used to, but I think most viewers will like this TV's slightly bright tonal curve. I was more concerned about viewing angle. Even 30 degrees off axis, the picture became milkier and less vibrant. For viewers off to the side, this could certainly be an issue, especially if they're lying on the floor.

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From my primary viewing position, the Toshiba UX600 produced wonderfully satisfying pictures on all kinds of programming. Not surprising given the excellent blacks, the UX600 dealt superbly with the demanding high-contrast (and almost monochromatic) scenes in The Book of Eli on Blu-ray. Dark interiors were moodily atmospheric. Blacks never looked milky or crushed, yet dark tones and colours were excellent, with details emerging convincingly out of the darkness.

BBC Earth's Life (the sequel to the fabulous Planet Earth) looked amazing. In the "Insects" episode, overhead shots of Lake Erie in Ontario and a Patagonian rainforest in South America had superb depth. The close-ups of insects had exquisite detail, and the deep blacks made a great contribution in dark scenes, for example an underwater sequence of a damselfly laying her eggs underwater.

The final episode of Lost in HD looked wonderful. Modeling of faces in closeups was superbly three-dimensional, with great detail, for example in the whiskers of Jack's beard. Colours in the island and sideworld scenes had lovely warmth.

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A high-def Blue Jays baseball game looked great, with natural skin tones and convincing modeling of players' faces. The picture had just the right vibrancy, creating a real you-are-there feeling. I noticed similar virtues on a Stanley Cup finals game, with one flaw: texture in the ice was lacking (perhaps a result of the bright tone curve I commented on earlier). Taking contrast down to 80 restored some texture in the ice.

On rare occasions, I noticed mild motion blurring, for example during a pan across Nicolas Almagro's face during the French Open tennis championship.

In terms of picture quality, the UX600 doesn't quite match the best HDTVs I've reviewed this year; but it comes close. And this series is priced a couple of hundred dollars lower than top models in competing lines. One other issue for viewers who want to be at the top of the technological curve; these TVs aren't 3D-ready. But they're excellent 2D HDTVs.

On the Network

As noted, the UX600 series has some really neat connectivity features. In addition to a full suite of connection jacks (including four HDMI 1.4 inputs), there is an Ethernet network jack, two USB connectors and an SD memory-card slot.

You can load a USB thumb drive or SD card with digital photos and view them on the TV screen. In the setup menu, you can program the UX600 to automatically display this content whenever you insert an SD card or thumb drive.

A Wi-Fi dongle that fits into the TV's second USB port is supplied. It supports the 802.11b and g flavours of the Wi-Fi standard, but not the latest and fastest 802.11n. That means that people who have 802.11n home networks won't be able to take advantage of their router's speed, which is too bad, because when you're moving big media files around, speed really helps.

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Some of the UX600's network services, including Vudu video downloading, aren't available in Canada. For most Canadians, the most appealing online feature will probably be the YouTube video. As on other TVs with YouTube, you can select popular and featured videos from the opening menu, or use your remote to search for videos on an onscreen keyboard. Again, it's slightly fiddly; but the best you can expect without an actual QWERTY keyboard. When you find the video you want, you can view it in a small window, or fullscreen.

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The Bottom Line

As a TV, Toshiba's Regza 46UX600 is a very fine product. It has some mild flaws, limited viewing angle being the main one, but far more virtues, especially its outstanding blacks and shadow detail.

As a networking client, it's a mixed success. Its built-in software has a Version 1 feel to it. But once you get past its rough edges, the UX600 lets you do what more and more people want in our digital age: free your music, pictures and videos from your PC and move them into the home theatre.

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Robertoy
18-06-2010, 13:39
Novas Toshiba REGZA LCD LED (edge light) no Japão.

Total de 15 modelos entre as séries REGZA Z1, RE1 e HE1.

A série Z1 utiliza painel IPS "Clear" LED e conta com 4 modelos FullHD (37", 42", 47" e 55").

A série RE1 tem 4 modelos com resolução 1,366×768 (19", 22", 26" e 32") 4 modelos FullHD (37", 42", 47" e 55"). Apenas esses 4 modelos FullHD utilizam o mesmo painel "Clear" LED da série Z1.

A série HE1 tem 3 modelos com resolução 1,366×768 (19", 22"e 26").

Essas novas Toshiba LED REGZA utilizam LED´s brancos (white LEDs) ao invés de RGB e utilizam o edge-lit backlight, mas nos modelos maiores (37" e superiores) o controle local dimming está presente.

Essa mesma combinação (white LEDs + edge-lit + função local dimming) também é utilizada pela Sony em algumas linhas 2010 de tv´s LED´s BRAVIA:
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Nos novos sistemas de processamento de video, os REGZA ENGINE e REGZA ENGINE DUO, a frequência de operação é de 533Mhz. (comenta-se que anteriormente (provavelmente nos sistemas Metabrain) a velocidade de operação era 333Mhz.)

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Enquanto no final do ano passado chegaram (finalmente) ao Brasil através da Semp Toshiba os primeiros modelos de tv´s LCD (CCFL) Toshiba REGZA com Resolution+ via sistema Meta brain, na Toshiba Japão a onda agora são as LCD LED REGZA e os novos sistemas REGZA Engine/REGZA Engine DUO.

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O novo sistema REGZA Engine DUO:

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O LED backlight (Edge-lit) baseado em LED´s brancos (white LEDs).

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Robertoy
21-06-2010, 10:26
Desktop Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio DX em julho no Japão.

O novo desktop deve ser comercializado por 200.000 yens (+/- 2200 dólares)

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-Core i5-450M 3.4Ghz
-LCD FullHD 21.5"
-1TB HDD
-4Gb RAM
-Drive Blu-ray
-Toshiba Quad Core HD processor (SpursEngine)
-Sintonizador de tv digital
-Mouse e teclado wireless

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Robertoy
21-06-2010, 16:27
Nem notebook, nem tablet PC.

Toshiba Libretto W100

-Duas telas multi-touch de 7" (1024 x 600 cada)
-Processador Intel Pentium 1.2Ghz
-Windows 7
-SSD (solid state drive) de 62Gb
-2Gb RAM
-Câmera 1MP
-Pesa +/- 1.8 lbs (+/- 800 gramas)




Toshiba Dual Screen PC Folds Like a Book

By Priya Ganapati June 21, 2010 | 1:08 pm | Categories: Notebooks, Tablets

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Toshiba has announced a hybrid PC that’s not really a notebook but not exactly a tablet either.

Toshiba’s Libretto W100 has two 7-inch multi-touch displays, an Intel Pentium 1.2 GHz processor, a 62 GB solid state drive, a 1-megapixel camera and 2 GB of memory. It runs Windows 7 and weighs about 1.8 lbs — just a tad more than the Apple iPad’s 1.6 lbs.

The device is an “ultra-mobile concept PC,” says Toshiba, though it comes with a price tag of $1,100. That’s a lot of dough to spend for a concept.

Perhaps most interesting: Toshiba is promising to deliver e-reader software that will make the Libretto into an e-book reader, capable of showing full two-page spreads with one page on the left and one on the right — much like those paper books you might still have lying around.

Toshiba’s bet on a hybrid device comes at an unusual time, since the idea has so far failed to catch on with consumers. In March, Entourage released the eDGE, a quirky device with a 10-inch LCD screen on the right and a slightly smaller E Ink display on the left. The $500 machine didn’t bring out the best in either display. Earlier this month, California-based startup Kno promised a dual-screen tablet that would be designed for the optimal textbook reading experience. The Kno tablet is expected to launch later this year.

What the Libretto does have going for it is its extremely compact design and two gorgeous screens (1024 x 600 resolution on each one). The Libretto is among the smallest devices in its category. It measures 4.84 inches by 7.95 inches so you can slip it into a jacket pocket or a small purse.

The multitouch screens can work independently or together, so users can surf the Web on one screen while checking e-mail on the other, or view a web page across both screens. The lower screen can display a virtual keyboard (in any of several different layouts). There’s a single USB port. And the built-in accelerometer means the device automatically switches into portrait or landscape modes when rotated.

The Libretto W100 is expected to ship in August in Japan.

See more photos of the Libretto below:

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Roberto

Robertoy
21-06-2010, 17:37
Matéria japonesa com a Toshiba LED REGZA 47Z1

Comentários sobre a tecnologia Super Resolution e novos modos de jogos empregados nessa nova linha que utiliza o sistema REGZA Engine DUO (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2318294&viewfull=1#post2318294).

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O recurso "Portable Zoom" para usar com o PSP.

Parece que é aplicada a tecnologia Super Resolution no processo para que o video do PSP apareça em tela cheia e com boa qualidade.
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O recurso "Portable Zoom" em tv´s Toshia REGZA japonesas de 2009:

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Robertoy
22-06-2010, 11:00
Toshiba Satellite A660 (Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi), Resolution+, opção para drive Blu-ray)

Com a tecnologia Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) embutida + um adaptador WiDi como o NetGear PUSH2TV conectado à tv ele pode transmitir todo o conteúdo AV via wireless.

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Intel® Wireless Display
http://www.intel.com/consumer/products/technology/wirelessdisplay.htm

NETGEAR PUSH2TV
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Roberto
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Tecnologia Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) se popularizando entre notebooks de vários fabricantes.




Intel Wireless Display Arrives on New Notebooks with More Features
by Josh Smith on June 21, 2010

Intel Wireless Display, the technology that allows users with a capable notebook and HDTV to wirelessly stream HD content to their HDTV, has previously been limited to just a few notebooks, like the Toshiba e205 and other Blue Label PCs at Best Buy, but Intel reports that the Intel WiDi service will be in 25 notebooks for the back to school season and there will be even more features to address many of the issues I found in my hands on with the service.

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Intel reports that major manufacturers like ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba make up the 25 currently available Intel WiDI systems which are equipped with Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processors. These notebooks are available at numerous retailers including, Amazon, Best Buy, Dell.com, Fry’s, Sony Style, OfficeMax, Tiger Direct.

http://www.notebooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Intel-Widi-500x336.png

http://www.notebooks.com/2010/06/21/intel-wireless-display-arrives-on-new-notebooks-with-more-features/
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Roberto

Robertoy
24-06-2010, 10:41
Hands on with the Toshiba Libretto W100 dual screen laptop

http://www.liliputing.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/w100-21.jpg

I got a chance to check out the Toshiba Libretto W100 dual screen mini-laptop tonight, and while Toshiba is calling this little guy a concept device, it’s definitely the best looking dual touchscreen model I’ve seen to date. Of course, the list isn’t very long, but the Toshiba Libretto W100 has decent build quality, reasonably well-thought out software, and well… it’s just cool to play with.

You can find my hands-on video and more photos below. But first, here are a few thoughts on the device.

I’m not entirely convinced that the on-screen keyboard functions well enough to justify dropping $1100 or more for this device, but I think that has more to do with the small 7 inch display, which simply doesn’t provide a lot of space for a full QWERTY keyboard, touchscreen or otherwise.

On the bright side, Toshiba offers 6 different keyboard configurations, including a split screen mode that you can use to hold the laptop in two hands and type with your thumbs much as you would on a smartphone. I didn’t have a lot of success using this mode, but I suspect there’s simply a learning curve to overcome. And if that’s not the problem, Toshiba could always push out a software update with an easier to use keyboard.

As I mentioned when Toshiba introduced the W100, the device has a 1.2GHz Intel Pentium U5400 ULV processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 62GB solid state disk, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.1. It runs Windows 7 Home Premium, but Toshiba has added a few optimizations. For instance, next to the minimize and close boxes on every window is a new tool that lets you snap the window to one screen or the other, or maximize a window across both displays.

There’s also an accelerometer, allowing you to turn the Libretto W100 sideways for reading eBooks, viewing photos, or performing other tasks. While you can open the displays up at a 180 degree angle, there’s a fairly large hinge separating the displays, so you’re not really going to want to span photos or web pages across both screens very often. And you can’t swing the screen back 360 degrees to hold the W100 like a typical eBook reader with a single display. But at just 1.8 pounds, the whole thing really doesn’t weigh much more than an iPad, which could make reading eBooks reasonably pleasant.

I was surprised at just how small the whole thing seemed when folded up. It makes the original 7 inch Eee PC 701 look big. But the Libretto W100 is a little thick, thanks to a high capacity 8 cell battery which offers about 5 hours of run time. Those twin screens and the U5400 processor use a fair amount of power.

There are some custom hardware buttons around the side of the laptop that make it easier to use. For instance, there’s one button that you press from any screen to bring up the on-screen keyboard. Another brings up a custom Toshiba app launcher in the bottom screen.

Aside from the fact that I had a bit of trouble typing on the small touchscreen keyboard, my biggest problem was navigating through Windows 7 using the capacitive touchscreen display. The 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel displays are quite sharp — which is a good thing if the operating system is optimized to take full advantage of that sharpness.

Unfortunately, out of the box, this just means that when you’re trying to click on a precise point like the minimize or close box on a window, you’re pointing at a tiny dot on the screen with a fingertip that dwarfs that dot. You can probably tweak some DPI settings to minimize this problem, but an active digitizer and stylus would also help.

You can check out my hands-on video and more photos below.

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http://www.liliputing.com/2010/06/hands-on-with-the-toshiba-libretto-w100-dual-screen-laptop.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
25-06-2010, 10:55
Análise japonesa com a Toshiba LED REGZA 37RE1 (Edge lit + painél IPS FullHD).

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_p_re1_big.jpg

A série RE1 é a linha 2010 intermediária da Toshiba. Utiliza o novo engine REGZA Engine. Na série top Z1 é utilizado o engine REGZA Engine DUO.

Tempo de resposta melhorado para jogos:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201004/GAMEDIRECT_big.jpg

Teste com jogo de PS3:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_game_official_lp2_package_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_game_official_lp2_play_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_playing_big.jpg

Um dos modos de ajuste de imagem para jogos desligado:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_ps3_shaggy01_big.jpg

O ajuste ligado:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_ps3_shaggy02_big.jpg

Teste com PSP ligado na REGZA 37RE1:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_game_official_classics_package_big.jpg

A visualização no modo de jogo normal:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_psp_size_normal_big.jpg

A visualização no modo "Portable Zoom":
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_psp_size_zoom_big.jpg

A gravação em HDD externo USB (THD-50A1). HDD 500Gb 2.5" alimentado pela própria USB:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_p_hdd_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/review/article/201006/25/151.html
Japonês > Inglês (http://translate.google.com.br/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.phileweb.com%2Freview %2Farticle%2F201006%2F25%2F151.html&sl=ja&tl=en&hl=&ie=UTF-8)


Melhorias em tempo de resposta para jogos:

http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/9849/98993541.jpg

O Portable Zoom conectando-se o PSP à Toshiba REGZA:
http://img80.imageshack.us/img80/4191/77482690.jpg

A aplicação da tecnologia Super Resolution nos modos de jogos:
http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/8701/11132563.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/re1/function.html
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/function/10a/function21.html

Roberto

Robertoy
28-06-2010, 10:55
Toshiba REGZA ZV600 na Malásia (Painél 50000:1, ClearScan 200, Resolution+)

Ao mesmo tempo similar à linha Toshiba REGZA XV600 brasileira (painél 50000:1, Resolution+) e à Toshiba REGZA ZV650 brasileira (Painél 100000:1, ClearScan 240, Resolution+).

Nota:

A Toshiba utiliza 2 sistemas:

ClearFrame 120Hz: Sistema 120Hz

ClearScan 240: Sistema 120Hz operando em modo de "efeito 240Hz" através de scanning backlight.




AV-IT: For clearer and richer images

2010/06/27
IZWAN ISMAIL

http://www.nst.com.my/articles/2010062723123820100627231238/single
Standing beside the Regza ZV600 47-inch LCD TV are KLIAV 2010 organising chairman Dick Tan (left), Chou (middle) and Chong

THE Regza ZV600 series, which is Toshiba’s top-of-the-line LCD TV range, has the ability to tweak the standard definition image to a quality near high definition.

Toshiba Sales and Services Sdn Bhd’s head of AV, product marketing, special project sales Calveen W.K. Chou says the new Regza ZV series comes with the new Resolution+ upscaling technology.

“It’s designed to significantly improve standard definition images from edge detail to textures and depth,” he said.

What this means is that whatever you watch, be it standard definition TV programmes, DVD movies or downloaded content, will become clearer, richer and sharper.

“The image boost can be done easily through the remote control menu button. Users will be guided as they press the button,” said Chou.

The Regza ZV600 series also features an auto view function which allows the TV to automatically dim or brighten its background LCD screen based on the light condition in the room. “The auto view function works by analysing the dark and light pixels on the screen in real time and adjusts the brightness, contrast, gamma, sharpness and colours,” says Chou.

This time around, Toshiba uses a full glare panel for the Regza ZV600 series, which can improve picture contrast even in a brightly-lit room. “Combined with the auto view function, viewers will be able to get nice picture quality in all types of ambient lighting conditions,” he said.

Another advantage is the clear scan 200Hz anti-blur technology. “The human eye will detect flicker and motion blur at 50Hz. Many TV brands now solve the issue with conventional 100Hz technology but Toshiba takes it a step further with a 200Hz anti-blur technology,” he said.

Toshiba’s clear scan technology utilises a 100Hz rate with scanning backlight technology to create a 200Hz effect which is equivalent to a Plasma display panel. On bigger-sized LCD TVs such as 42-inch and above, Toshiba’s senior manager, group head of AV, planning and merchandising Chong Chee Houng says the demand is getting stronger.

“The prices of the larger LCD TVs have gone down significantly over the past years regardless of brands and this will drive the uptake further.

“The availability of a variety of HD content from Astro B.yond, Blu-ray titles, Telekom Unifi Web TV and the Internet is another factor that is driving the uptake of HD LCD TV in the Malaysian market,” he adds.

For those who plan to purchase an LCD TV, Chong’s advice is to buy based on budget, size and picture quality. “The 40-inch plus display is nice enough to fit in the majority of Malaysian living rooms,” he says.

Toshiba’s Regza ZV 600 Series come in 42, 47 and 55-inch models and they are priced at RM4,399, RM6,299 and RM9,999 respectively.

The TVs as well as other Toshiba LCD models like the RV600, CV600 and AV600 series will be on display at the KL International AV 2010 show from July 23-25, 2010 at the J.W. Marriot Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

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http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/2010062723123820100627231238/Article/

Inglês > Português (http://translate.google.com.br/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nst.com.my%2Fnst%2Far ticles%2F2010062723123820100627231238%2FArticle%2F&sl=en&tl=pt&hl=&ie=UTF-8)

Na série ZV600 da Malásia as entradas SD/USB reproduzem apenas fotos, como na série XV600 brasileira (na série ZV650 brasileira, fotos, músicas (mp3) e videos (DviX) na USB).

A série ZV600 de 47" e 55" da Malásia tem contraste dinâmico de 50000:1, então provavelmente o painél deve ser S-PVA como na série XV600 brasileira. (na série ZV650 brasileira de 47" e 55", contraste dinâmico 100000:1 em painél IPS).

http://www.toshiba.com.my/product/product_details.jsp?productid=47ZV600E
http://www.toshiba.com.my/product/product_details.jsp?productid=55ZV600E

Roberto

Robertoy
28-06-2010, 11:23
É, como a Inglaterra ficou pelo caminho, a Toshiba UK vai ficar com o cascaio dos clientes mesmo...


Toshiba inovando em campanha na Inglaterra...

Para quem comprar um laptop ou TV LCD Toshiba (dos modelos válidos para a promoção) até 10 de junho de 2010, se a Inglaterra for campeã do mundo, os clientes receberão o dinheiro de volta.

http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/3724/32540487.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.uk/england/

WGu7J_2KjtA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGu7J_2KjtA

Money back if England win the World Cup
Rebecca Rutt, This is Money
8 April 2010
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/bargains-and-rip-offs/money-saving-ideas/article.html?in_article_id=502524&in_page_id=512&position=moretopstories

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2306449&viewfull=1#post2306449

Roberto

Robertoy
29-06-2010, 09:25
E hoje a Toshiba vai ficar com o cascaio ou de clientes espanhois ou de clientes portugueses...

http://www.ticpymes.es/Archivos/Contenidos/201004090021/Toshiba%20cartel%20in.JPG
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2308335#post2308335

http://www.meiosepublicidade.pt/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Toshiba.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2313859#post2313859

Roberto

Robertoy
06-07-2010, 08:40
Análise da ASCII.jp com a Toshiba REGZA 47Z1 (LED Edge lit)

Nesta nova geração de LCD´s LED REGZA são adotados circuitos de nova geração, onde o Toshiba Metabrain foi substituído pelo Toshiba REGZA ENGINE DUO.

A troca do painel CCFL pelo LED Edge lit proporcionou um painél com 4,8cm de espessura.

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533452/top_588x.jpg

Na REGZA 47Z1 é utilizado o sistema acústico CONEQ™ (CONvolution EQualizer).

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533450/IMG_0092_o_.jpg

O "LED Control Settings" com 4 níveis (Strong/ Medium/ Weak / Off)

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533429/IMG_0047_o_.jpg

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533430/IMG_0048_o_.jpg

A tecnologia Super Resolution chegou à quarta geração nessa LED REGZA japonesa (Resolution+ 4).

Modo "Auto" (esquerda) e "Off" (direita):

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533431/IMG_0051AUTO_o_.jpghttp://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533432/IMG_0052OFF_o_.jpg

Também é comentado que dos 5 níveis disponíveis para o Resolution+, o nível 5 pode acabar degradando a imagem, sendo melhor utilizar níveis intermediários do ajuste.

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/533/533323/
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Roberto

Robertoy
07-07-2010, 09:12
Comercial "8-Bit Gary" da Toshiba sobre o upscale de DVD´s SD para qualidade "nearHD" em laptops Toshiba Satellite via tecnologia Resolution+.

http://img340.imageshack.us/img340/5593/77845091.jpg
http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/3151/88066701.jpg
http://laptops.toshiba.com/expert-lab/

Galeria 8-Bit
http://hyperbolestudios.com/kieljohnson.com/8-bit_files/shapeimage_2.jpg
http://hyperbolestudios.com/kieljohnson.com/8-bit.html

O Resolution+ nos laptops Toshiba Satellite e Qosmio:

http://img685.imageshack.us/img685/8483/plusx.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2347795&viewfull=1#post2347795

Cmv5mRzFS_s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cmv5mRzFS_s

Roberto

Robertoy
07-07-2010, 17:41
E hoje a Toshiba vai ficar com o cascaio ou de clientes espanhois ou de clientes portugueses...

http://www.ticpymes.es/Archivos/Contenidos/201004090021/Toshiba%20cartel%20in.JPG
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2308335#post2308335

Rapais...

Espanha 1 x Alemanha 0

Olé! :aplauso:

"SI LA ROJA GANA, TÚ GANAS"

Será que a Toshiba Espanha vai ter que devolver o cascaio dos clientes que compraram notebooks e tv´s Toshiba REGZA no período da promoção? :bD (ou a Holanda vai jogar suco de laranja na Paeja?...)

Roberto

aborcsp
08-07-2010, 01:47
Rapais...

Espanha 1 x Alemanha 0

Olé! :aplauso:

"SI LA ROJA GANA, TÚ GANAS"

Será que a Toshiba Espanha vai ter que devolver o cascaio dos clientes que compraram notebooks e tv´s Toshiba REGZA no período da promoção? :bD (ou a Holanda vai jogar suco de laranja na Paeja?...)

Roberto
Haha!
Tô achando q a Toshiba de España vai quebrar la carita e ter q devolver todos los Euros!!!:lol:
Holnada não ganha não...
Só quero ver se a Toshiba vai cumprir!
Todos os executivos da Toshiba Europa vão torcer e rezar pra Holanda como nunca!!!:hilario:

Robertoy
08-07-2010, 10:13
André,

A Toshiba não é louca de não cumprir com a promoção caso a Espanha seja campeã mundial, senão ela verá LÁ FÚRIA ROJA dos clientes espanhóis. :xingo2:
http://www.diario.com.mx/imagesnotas/2008/06/DEP389536BE_1.jpg

Roberto

Robertoy
08-07-2010, 10:38
Apresentação da Toshiba LED REGZA 2010 japonesa (+ PS3 + PSP):

http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/6442/lr1.jpg

REGZA vs LED REGZA: Fight!

O melhor tempo de resposta na LED REGZA:

Hadouken!!!
http://images.uncyc.org/pt/b/b4/Ryu-bigsuper.gif

http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/5163/lr2n.jpg

7rSvfp7NeOs

REGZA vs LED REGZA e o jogo LOST PLANET 2 do PS3:

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201006/re1t_game_official_lp2_package_big.jpg
NKTllPlBYEs

O Sony PSP ligado à LED REGZA com o ajuste "Portable Zoom":

bJ-dTciJa2A

Roberto

Robertoy
11-07-2010, 18:10
Clientes da Toshiba Espanha duplamente contentes:

1) Espanha campeã mundial
2) Cascaio devolvido pela Toshiba Espanha para tv´s lcd e notebooks adquiridos na promoção.

Espanha 1 x Holanda 0

Olé! :aplauso:

"SI LA ROJA GANA, TÚ GANAS"

Roberto

aborcsp
12-07-2010, 02:56
Clientes da Toshiba Espanha duplamente contentes:

1) Espanha campeã mundial
2) Cascaio devolvido pela Toshiba Espanha para tv´s lcd e notebooks adquiridos na promoção.

Espanha 1 x Holanda 0

Olé! :aplauso:

"SI LA ROJA GANA, TÚ GANAS"

Roberto
Eu disse q a Holanda não ia segurar a Espanha!
Quero é ver a Toshiba Espanha cumprir a promessa!

Robertoy
12-07-2010, 09:17
Huahuahua!

Pegadinha da Toshiba Espanha? Ou vacilo de parte dos clientes?...

"FACUA denuncia que Toshiba incumple la promoción por la victoria de Espanã en el Mundial"
http://www.google.com/hostednews/epa/article/ALeqM5iUCKI6ShiS6miUHyrLGPo31BS6zQ

"Toshiba niega el importe de los portátiles y televisores de su promoción del MUndial"
http://www.abc.es/20100712/sociedad/consumo-facua-201007121229.html

"España gana el Mundial y Facua vigilará que se cumplan las promociones"
http://www.idg.es/dealerworld/Espana-gana-el-Mundial-y-Facua-vigilara-que-se-cum/seccion-actualidad/noticia-97379


Estão falando que a promoção só era válida para aqueles que registrassem a compra na página web da Toshiba...Será que essa informação estava no site desde o início da promoção???...Pelo que eu me lembro sim pois eu lembro do site com as bandeiras dos países...

http://img571.imageshack.us/img571/3774/espy.jpg

http://img36.imageshack.us/img36/2267/esp2s.jpg

http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/4598/esp3.jpg

http://es.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/generic/football-2010-sp-master

Perder para ganhar?

Mesmo que tenha sido vacilo dos clientes não lendo as regras da promoção e não fazendo o cadastro no site da empresa, será que a Toshiba teria cascaio para bancar todos os clientes (mesmo os que não registraram a compra) e perder o cascaio das vendas para procurar ganhar + confiança/fidelização dos clientes?

Curiosidade

No caso dos 4 anos de garantia das tv´s AOC compradas no período da copa do mundo, inicialmente nos anúncios do rádio eles só falavam da garantia e depois de um tempo começaram a falar que a garantia valia para aqueles que se registrassem no site da empresa...

Roberto

Robertoy
13-07-2010, 11:19
Toshiba Regza UX600U LCD HDTV makes home networking easy
Toshiba's Regza UX600U offers compelling home networking features best experienced when combined with a laptop loaded with Toshiba Media Controller software.
7/13/2010 5:00:00 AM By: Joaquim P. Menezes

http://www.itbusiness.ca/images/UX600/UX600-8.jpg
http://www.itbusiness.ca/it/client/en/home/News.asp?id=58333
Inglês > Português (http://translate.google.com.br/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.itbusiness.ca%2Fit%2F client%2Fen%2Fhome%2FNews.asp%3Fid%3D58333&sl=en&tl=pt&hl=&ie=UTF-8)

Roberto

---------- Mensagem adicionada às 11:19 ---------- Mensagem anterior foi enviada às 11:13 ----------


Comercial "8-Bit Gary" da Toshiba sobre o upscale de DVD´s SD para qualidade "nearHD" em laptops Toshiba Satellite via tecnologia Resolution+.

http://img340.imageshack.us/img340/5593/77845091.jpg
http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/3151/88066701.jpg
http://laptops.toshiba.com/expert-lab/



Agora no Youtube:

HQBSoE702yo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQBSoE702yo

Roberto

Robertoy
18-07-2010, 20:53
Parceria Toshiba e TCL na China para o mercado de tv´s LCD.

Joint Venture entre as empresas na China (51% Toshiba, 49% TCL)

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg




TCL, Toshiba to set up JV in China
Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Friday 16 July 2010]

China-based TV vendor TCL and Japan-based Toshiba have announced a plan to set up a joint venture (JV), the Toshiba Visual Products (China), in Huizhou, China.

TCL will invest 24.5 million yuan (US$3.62 million) or a 49% stake in the JV, while Toshiba will invest 25.5 million yuan to take 51%.

TCL expects to gain ODM orders from the Japan-based vendor through the JV, while the Japan-based vendor expects to expand its sales in China through TCL, according to the companies.

Toshiba shipped over 10 million Regza series LCD TVs in 2009 and aims to ship 15 million units in 2010.

http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20100716VL200.html

No Brasil a Tectoy tem parceria com a TCL:

http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/1962/tectoytcl.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/115406-T%C3%81-VENDO-PARA-OS-QUE-DUVIDARAM-O-CBHD-J%C3%81-CHEGOU-NA-INGLATERRA!!-E-AGORA-JOS%C3%89?p=1980744&viewfull=1#post1980744

E a Toshiba tem parceria com a Semp na Joint Venture Semp Toshiba.

Roberto

Coleparmer
22-07-2010, 21:01
Grande Robertoy, o nosso ToshibaMan.

Roberto, gostaria de saber se já descobriram uma maneira de liberar o código de área daquele dvd player da Toshiba com Resulution+ (ou super resolution)

Robertoy
23-07-2010, 03:07
Coleparmer,

Acho que você está se referindo ao Toshiba XDE600 com tecnologia XDE não é?

Infelizmente parece que ainda não apareceu código de desbloqueio para ele...

Ou você está se referindo ao "pé-de-boi" nacional STi SD 9070SR?...

O código de desbloqueio do "pé-de-boi" com tecnologia SRTech (que a Semp Toshiba chama de "Super Resolution Technology", mas que no miolo possui o conhecido chipset Anchor Bay (ABT1030)) é simples: 99999
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29/page21

Roberto

Robertoy
30-07-2010, 09:53
A Toshiba entrando na onda do 3D com novos modelos de tv´s REGZA e gravadores Blu-ray na Ásia:

http://asia.cnet.com/i/r/2010/crave/hav/63020013/toshiba3dtv_500x375.jpg
http://asia.cnet.com/2010/07/29/a-sneak-peek-of-toshiba-s-upcoming-3d-tv-for-asia/
http://nexus404.com/Blog/2010/07/29/toshiba-unveils-five-new-3d-lcd-tv-sets-toshiba-rolls-out-new-regza-f1-and-zg1-series-3d-lcd-tv/

Novos modelos de gravadores Blu-ray 3D Toshiba e kit de atualização 3D.




Toshiba To Release Four 3D Blu-ray Recorders, Introduces “3D Upgrade Kit” Concept

by Serkan Toto on July 29, 2010

http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/RD-X10-620x465.jpg

As if the eight 3D LCD TVs Toshiba yesterday announced for the Japanese market weren’t enough (three CELL Regza and five conventional REGZA models), the company also showed [JP] a 3D powered and Blu-ray recorder and another three that can be upgraded to 3D via a “3D upgrade kit”. All devices have an additional HDD on board.

First the RD-X10, which is the flagship model with a 2TB HDD and allows you to play 3D movies out of the box (pictured above). It will go on sale in Japan in September for $2,500.

Then we have three models that can be upgraded to 3D via a “kit”, which Toshiba is still tight-lipped about at this point (for example, regarding the price). But the basic approach seems to be that consumers, when deciding to go for a Toshiba Blu-ray recorder, can decide to pay a higher price to get the 3D ability.

http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/RD-BZ800--620x465.jpg

The kit will be available for these models when they hit Japanese stores:

* RD-BZ800 with a 1 TB HDD (release in September/$1,700), pictured above
* RD-BZ700 with a 500GB HDD (release in September/$1,300)
* RD-BZ600 with a 500GB HDD but without the ability to record a TV program while watching another (release in October/$1,000)


http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/07/29/toshiba-to-release-four-3d-blu-ray-recorders-introduces-3d-upgrade-kit-concept/
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Roberto

Robertoy
30-07-2010, 17:28
CELL REGZA 3D apresentadas no Japão (Aquelas com o mesmo processador CELL B.E. do PS3)

Foram apresentados 3 novos modelos:

-CELL REGZA X2 (55")
-CELL REGZA XE2 (46" e 55")

As duas utilizam white LED backlight. A X2 utiliza backlight direto (localizado atrás do painél) e a XE2 utiliza backlight do tipo edge-lit (localizados no topo e da base do painél).

A tecnologia Super Resolution além de ser aplicada em fontes 2D, também é aplicada no upscale em 3D.

Toshiba Unveils CELL REGZA LCD TV Series with Superior 3D Capabilities

-Toshiba's Real Time 2D3D Conversion Technology -
28 Jul, 2010

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_07/2801/X2.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_07/pr2801.htm
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Toshiba Unveils 3D-compatible Cell Regza LCD TVs

Jul 29, 2010 15:07
Shinya Saeki, Nikkei Electronics

XE2 (esquerda) e X2 (direita)
http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100729/184669/1.JPG

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100729/184669/2.JPG

Toshiba Corp announced three models of the Cell Regza LCD TVs and five models of the Regza LCD TVs that support 3D video July 28, 2010.

The company will start releasing the LCD TVs in August 2010 in Japan along with the "Regza Blu-ray" Blu-ray Disc (BD) recorders, which can record 3D video.

46-inch Cell Regza TV unveiled

The Cell Regza is an LCD TV equipped with the Cell Broadband Engine microprocessor (Cell), which was jointly developed by Toshiba, the Sony Group and IBM Corp. The X1, the first model of the Cell Regza, has a screen size of 55 inches. It was announced Oct 5, 2009, the day before the opening of Ceatec Japan 2009, and garnered significant attention.

The new models of the Cell Regza, which are the "X2" (55 inches) and two types of the "XE2" (55 and 46 inches), can display 3D video while having the same functions as the X1. They come with special glasses that are used for viewing 3D images. The expected retail prices of the X2 and the 55-inch and 46-inch types of the XE2 are ¥1 million (approx US$11,432), ¥700,000 and ¥600,000, respectively.

The LCD panels of the new Cell Regza TVs have white LED backlights. The backlight of the X2 is located directly behind the panel (direct-lit type) while that of the XE2 is positioned at the upper and lower parts of the panel (edge-lit type).

The number of white LEDs used for the X2 is 3,072, which are divided into 512 areas (16 x 32). And light emission is individually controlled for each of the 512 areas. When the brightness of all the white LEDs in one of the areas is at the maximum, the peak brightness of a displayed 2D image is 1,000cd/m2 (contrast ratio: 9,000,000:1).

Cross-talk reduced by inserting black images

Toshiba, like other TV makers, employed the frame sequential method to display 3D images (See related article). To reduce cross-talk, a phenomenon where images for the right and left eyes interfere with each other, the company increased the drive frequency of the LCD panel to 240Hz and improved the light emission control of the LED backlight

Specifically, when the frame rates of the images for the right and left eyes are both 60 frames per second (fps), black images are added to the images for the two eyes.

The X2, which has a direct-lit LED backlight, controls the LEDs that are horizontally divided into 16 areas in accordance with the timing of displaying images. Because the peak brightness of its 2D image is as high as 1,000cd/m2, it is possible to ensure enough brightness for 3D images. On the other hand, the XE2, which comes with an edge-lit LED backlight, controls the LEDs that are horizontally divided into two areas.

Furthermore, for the new models of the Cell Regza, Toshiba employed the "Super Resolution Technology" for 3D images and the "2D-3D Conversion," a function to convert 2D images to 3D. Both of them are realized by software processed by the Cell.

Super Resolution Technology

The Super Resolution Technology creates video signals whose resolution is higher than that of input signals. With the "side-by-side" method, which is currently used for some 3D TV programs in Japan, the resolution in the horizontal direction lowers by half.

This time, Toshiba improved the 3D image quality by using the "reconstruction-type" and "self congruity-type" upconverting technologies, which are normally used for 2D images.

2D-3D Conversion

The 2D-3D Conversion estimates depths in 2D video by extracting and analyzing the data of "motion detection," "composition recognition" and "face detection." For example, in motion detection, an object is estimated to be located closer to the TV viewer when it has a long motion vector.

In composition recognition, to assign depths, color histograms of the four corners of the lower surface are calculated, and a composition is estimated by using about 1,400 sample images. In face detection, the depth of a human figure is estimated from the position of a face that is detected from input signals.

By combining data obtained by using those technologies, images with parallaxes are created.

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100729/184669/?P=1
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-08-2010, 11:07
O fator Barrichello
April 14th, 2010 por Robinson | Categorias: Fórmula-1. :aplauso:

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Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2328586&viewfull=1#post2328586

Tortuguita vs Dick Vigarista: Fight!

Huahuahua!

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Roberto

Robertoy
06-08-2010, 09:39
Apresentação da nova linha de lcd´s Toshiba REGZA 3D e gravadores Blu-ray Toshiba REGZA 3D. (em japonês)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPrQs67_8oo

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnm11T6p3kc

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrl14Y-p9cE

A nova linha de tv´s CELL REGZA 3D (X2 e XE2):
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/x2/index_j.htm
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/xe2/index_j.htm

A nova linha de tv´s LED REGZA 3D (ZG1 e F1):
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/zg1/index_j.htm
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/f1/index_j.htm

A nova linha de gravadores e players Blu-ray Toshiba REGZA (incluindo modelos 3D):
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/

Roberto

Robertoy
10-08-2010, 10:37
Análise alemã com LCD Toshiba REGZA 32SL733G (LED Edge-lit)




Full HD 100 Hz and in the best manner of implementation: Toshiba 32SL733G
by Benjamin on 10 August 2010

Toshiba's motto "Leading Innovation" modes can be understood on many. Either Toshiba sees itself as a leader in innovations, or Toshiba would run as an innovation understood by a look, no matter what it is, ultimately, by a 32 "/ 81cm wide REGZA 32SL733G they have definitely landed a direct hit on. Innovations appear in the field of LCD TVs at the moment to be more difficult to try all the terms of the resolution in the Ful HD to move the field, with 50 Hz refresh rate, you can also score points and do not really have no advertising. The screen size is to be had according to demand of the customers and the standard for connecting ext. Equipment has leveled on HDMI. In this model, it is probably more like the real version of what so far only promised and could not be kept. The most important are the impressions of a Full HD picture and the 100 Hz technology, which will finally do with faded and fuzzy and low-contrast images end. The REGZA 32SL733G of doing in any case. And the various cases are: TV image (DVB and satellite), DVD and BluRay and HDMI connected sources, such as notebook, etc.

http://blog.pcspezialist.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/DSC_0006-2-300x290.jpg

On the picture right is engraved next to the sharp TV picture on TV one more difficult to overestimate quality of the REGZA Toshiba, the picture remains even with a strong lateral angle to receive, it gets through the favorable viewing angle of 178 ° never this negative- Touch. This means that we on this TV also may well look with a larger group, the next important football match in the domestic public viewing. We were there even at the hard facts about the 32SL733G: besides the already mentioned 1920 x 1080 pixels and 100 Hz refresh rate, it has a brightness of 450 cd / m², a contrast range of 5000:1 (dynamic 4000000:1) and a response ms of 4. This rather good values are reflected in each reproduced image of the LCD TVs nieder. Die technology for better representation from lower quality input signals is at Toshiba Resolution + . In high-speed processor-resolution analysis of + the input signal and then attempts to extrapolate the image - rather than to enlarge it and just fit into the picture frame - and the scaled version sharper than the input signal, it brings in from home to present. This seems to work when 32SL733G as good as ever. What you at least earlier in ruffled and thus got pixelisierten images on the screen, is seen as genuine Toshiba converted higher quality now. Instead of a problem such as lack of quality input signals and hush, Toshiba has responded adequately to it. And as an HD standard is still far away at all signals, so there will be a while signals such as DVD, VHS and TV that are not converted to HD, or may be, is a technology such as Resolution + really important and right.

http://blog.pcspezialist.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/DSC_0020-300x199.jpg

Nevertheless: as important a technology as well as Resolution + is: is used to connect the TV just so well with high-quality input signals such as the laptop via HDMI to the LCD. On the left picture you can see then that the desktop is displayed even more contrast and sharper than on the laptop display itself also PC games but are mainly videos played through the HDMI port on the Toshiba brilliant. All content from media libraries online, but also of course about the drive sources and reproduced photos, etc., eventually everything you've always wanted to have the small laptop screen in big "on the TV, you can now bring in big on the TV . The LCD screen will reflect 32SL733G Tasik. For those who have no desire for more einzuspeichern their personal values to the settings, AutoView is available. This is a long playing around in the menu pberflüssig and the TV adjusts the picture automatically to the input signal, ambient light and the content to be reproduced. In the menu are made throughout the sound and the picture is country-specific settings to determine basic functions to call expert mode and regulate other functions. The connections of the Toshiba device than to denote abundance. In addition to two SCART connectors and composite and component inputs, all four HDMI connectors are available, as well as a Antennanschluss, but also a LAN and input ports for USB sticks and SD cards. So you can ext thereto also play content stored on these storage media.

http://blog.pcspezialist.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/DSC_0031-300x199.jpg

On the last picture on the right we see once again the quality of DVD playback. Looks almost like glued the picture, but here is a scene from "The Dark Knight" can be seen. The picture was not edited for this article, it was only included with Flash, so the area left and right appear whiter. Nevertheless, the picture remains sharp and rich in contrast, quite as it seems, even under changing light conditions in space.

With all this functionality and features, the LCD TV still quite low in energy consumption. Furthermore, the development of the device designed to play simple: once it is affixed with four screws fixing one on TV, where you turn, mounted the stand. Is this accomplished by no more than five minutes, you can place the TV already. All in all you have to spend with unpacking and building no more than half an hour. The initial installation is also done quickly. Since one can, in principle, only starting to make the rest of the wiring on the back - and hears and sees the way already run the TV program.

Overall, this series is Toshiba probably mention more than recommended, especially for the skeptics who still had discomfort if worn and low-contrast images of LCD TVs. I certainly was one of the greatest skeptic, I have been corrected. A similar device as tested is also available in the PC specialist online shop to buy.

http://blog.pcspezialist.de/2010/08/10/full-hd-und-100-hz-in-bester-manier-umgesetzt-toshiba-32sl733g/
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Roberto

Robertoy
16-08-2010, 10:43
Replicador de portas USB wireless Toshiba Docking Station DynaDock W20.

Conecta-se periféricos ao W20 e ele se conecta via wireless ao notebook.




Toshiba’s new Wireless mini Universal Docking Station DynaDock W20
16 August 2010 | Daily News • IT products

Toshiba Europe announces its new Wireless USB Port Replicator DYNADOCK W20 with wireless USB technology, which will be available during third quarter of 2010 throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.

The DYNADOCK W20 has a compact glossy black enclosure, which measures 110 mm x 86 mm x 145 mm, weights 285 grams and thanks to Wireless USB, the docking station connects to all current Toshiba laptops and most notebooks made by other manufacturers. It allows you to use up to 3 monitors at once, supports up to 1920 x 1080 screen resolution, has a DVI-I out, analog audio line out, microphone input, packs four USB 2.0 ports – three at the rear side and one at the front side and offers USB sleep and charge port to charge mobile devices.

http://www.hitechreview.com/uploads/2010/08/Toshiba-DynaDock-W20.jpg


http://www.hitechreview.com/it-products/toshibas-new-wireless-mini-universal-docking-station-dynadock-w20/26831/

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Roberto

Robertoy
16-08-2010, 11:27
Toshiba: 50 anos de tv´s

Da primeira tubão colorida japonesa à CELL REGZA:

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/photo/20100812-948453-1-L.jpg

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/net/news/bcn/20100812-OYT8T00555.htm
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Toshiba D-21WE
http://museum.toshiba.co.jp/history/1goki/images/1958tv_img01.jpg
http://museum.toshiba.co.jp/history/1goki/1958tv.html
http://museum.toshiba.co.jp/vtour/index.html#

Roberto

Robertoy
19-08-2010, 13:38
Toshiba testa, com sucesso, disco rígido de 2.5 terabits por polegada quadrada

Iniciativa deve abrir caminho no mercado para o desenvolvimento de discos com maior capacidade

Quinta-feira, 19 de agosto de 2010 às 10h56

http://olhardigital.com.br//uploads/acervo_imagens/2010/08/20100818195949.jpg

A Toshiba anunciou nesta quarta-feira, 18/08, que os testes realizados com seus discos rígidos de 2.5 terabits por polegada quadrada foram bem sucedidos. A iniciativa deve abrir caminho no mercado para o desenvolvimento de discos com maior capacidade, visto que atualmente, a densidade de armazenamento está em torno de 541 gigabits por polegada quadrada.

Nos atuais discos, o material magnético fica espalhado na superfície do suporte e os dados são armazenados em centenas de grãos semelhantes a esferas que ficam se apertando umas contras as outras. Já a tecnologia da Toshiba consiste em organizar esses bits em fileiras, facilitando a circulação e obtenção de dados e possibilitando que a densidade dos discos quadrupliquem.

A empresa espera colocar os seus novos discos rígidos no mercado até 2013.

http://olhardigital.uol.com.br/produtos/digital_news/toshiba-testa-com-sucesso-disco-rigido-de-2.5-terabits-por-polegada-quadrada/13533

Roberto

Robertoy
19-08-2010, 17:39
Olha lá a Toshiba REGZA 32SL733G (FullHD) alemã servindo como monitor de PC:

Nice and easy - Toshiba's REGZA LCD TV 32SL733G
Stefan Tucholski 19. August 2010

TV's are a dime a dozen. Small, large, with Full HD, or even as HD-ready variant. The shops are ludicrously many different devices that protrude from the chassis label of their respective manufacturers, who promise the potential of the newest, coolest and most promising technology. The Toshiba REGZA 32SL733G is one of the TVs that deliver what the manufacturer on its website promises.

As conexões:
http://img830.imageshack.us/img830/8974/dsc06015.th.jpg (http://img830.imageshack.us/i/dsc06015.jpg/)

O controle remoto:
http://img189.imageshack.us/img189/5038/dsc06019d.th.jpg (http://img189.imageshack.us/i/dsc06019d.jpg/)

Ela como monitor de PC:

The REGZA 32SL733G as a computer monitor provides good service:
http://img812.imageshack.us/img812/9329/dsc06020.th.jpg (http://img812.imageshack.us/i/dsc06020.jpg/)

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marceloks
19-08-2010, 18:05
nossa quanta coisa que eles tem!
NÃO IMAGINAVA ISSO TUDO!
rsrsrs
abraço!

Robertoy
23-08-2010, 13:58
Análise israelense com a Toshiba REGZA SL733 (LCD LED)

http://www.dtown.co.il/images/articles/lior/2/sl733/sv733.jpg

Laterais do gabinete com design "Air Lagoon" (Modelos 2009 da linha REGZA ZV tinham design "Deep Lagoon")
http://www.dtown.co.il/images/articles/lior/2/sl733/733sidepanel.jpg

http://www.dtown.co.il/images/articles/lior/2/sl733/bond2.jpg

http://www.dtown.co.il/images/articles/lior/2/sl733/mia.jpg

http://www.dtown.co.il/articles/1355.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
24-08-2010, 11:32
TVs 3D sem óculos especiais devem chegar ainda este ano
autor: risastoider

A Toshiba deve ser a primeira empresa a disponibilizar no mercado televisores 3D que não exigem o uso de óculos especiais.

De acordo com informações da AFP, a companhia irá revelar três modelos ainda antes do Natal, que deverão custar “algumas centenas de dólares”.

A divisão de displays da empresa criou um novo sistema de “multi-paralax”, que emite os raios de luz em vários ângulos e, assim, os usuários podem visualizar imagens em três dimensões sem óculos específicos, em qualquer posição que estejam em relação à TV.

Os detalhes sobre os novos aparelhos ainda são escassos e um porta-voz da Toshiba declarou somente que ainda não pode fazer nenhum anúncio oficial.

http://www.adrenaline.com.br/tecnologia/noticias/5916/tvs-3d-sem-oculos-especiais-devem-chegar-ainda-este-ano.html
http://oglobo.globo.com/tecnologia/mat/2010/08/24/toshiba-pretende-lancar-ainda-este-ano-tv-3d-sem-oculos-917463675.asp
http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20014509-1.html

Por enquanto...Só acredito vendo!

Não sei se o painél utilizado será do mesmo tipo, mas...

Postagem anterior sobre painél HDTV 3D auto-estereoscópica da Toshiba:




Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD) anuncia tela HDTV 3D de 21" auto-estereoscópica (não necessita dos óculos 3D)



April 27th, 2010
Toshiba Mobile Display announces 21" 3D auto-stereoscopic HDTV
Posted by Rachel King @ 3:18 am

http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/zdnet-toshiba-mobile-display-hdtv-3d.jpg

While it seems everyone just has to release something that has 3D-capability these days, Toshiba Mobile Display has something that is a little different.

The LCD producer has developed a 21-inch HD panel that is ready for 3D and doesn’t require any silly glasses.

Toshiba Mobile Display has incorporated auto-stereoscopic technology, which basically means that the display can project in 3D but doesn’t require viewers to be using 3D glasses to get the full experience. This isn’t always easy to achieve, however, as the employment of 3D glasses is also there to reduce eye fatigue, which can sometimes be the problem with auto-stereoscopic screens.

The developers of this 1280×800 resolution panel have tried to overcome this by implementing a lens sheet to reduce luminance intensity and a “multi-parallax approach” that creates smoother images and opens up the viewing angle. There will still be plenty of light on that HD display, up to 480 nits of brightness.

While it’s been introduced to the world, it’s not ready for consumers yet as there’s no note of a price or release date yet. But if you want to get a closer look, this panel will be on display at SID 2010 in Seattle next month.

http://blogs.zdnet.com/gadgetreviews/?p=14156
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http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/press/2010/10-04-27_e.html

Sobre a Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD):
http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/en/common/images/tmd_logo_en.gif
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2032174&postcount=2080


http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2344133&viewfull=1#post2344133

Roberto

Robertoy
25-08-2010, 09:56
NO GLASSES!
http://tech.blorge.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/3D-TV-Glasses.jpg




Toshiba to launch 3-D TVs that don't require glasses
The Yomiuri Shimbun

In what is likely to be a world first, Toshiba Corp. is planning to release before the end of 2010 a TV set that will enable viewers to enjoy 3-D images with the naked eye, company sources have said.

Conventional 3-D TVs require viewers to wear special glasses when viewing 3-D content. Toshiba's planned release of a set that will dispense with such glasses is likely to invigorate the market.

Toshiba plans to introduce three models, including one with a 21-inch screen, and will sell them for several hundred thousand yen, the sources said, adding the TVs' release likely will coincide with the year-end shopping season.

Toshiba has developed an integral imaging system that emits rays of light at different angles, allowing viewers' brains to recreate 3-D images without special glasses. The new technology also will enable viewers to enjoy 3-D content from numerous viewing positions, and the images will not strain the eyes, the sources said.

Usually, 3-D TVs project different images to viewers' right and left eyes at high speeds, and the 3-D images are reconstructed in the brain. Using 3-D glasses, a viewer cannot see an image intended for the right eye with the left eye and vice versa. When doing so, stereoscopic images are seen.

According to the sources, Toshiba plans to use high-definition panels so that three-dimensional images--fast-moving images being one example--can be seen with the naked eye. All existing 3-D content, including high-resolution digital images, will be playable on the new TVs, the sources said.

During spring, Panasonic Corp. was the first electronics manufacturer to launch a 3-D TV, with many domestic companies following suit. Many consider 3-D TVs the workhorse of their 2010 lineup and have positioned the year as the beginning of the 3-D TV era. However, sales have remained stagnant, mainly because the TV sets require special glasses.
(Aug. 25, 2010)

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/photo/DY20100825102204302L0.jpg

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/business/T100824003774.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
25-08-2010, 11:06
Apesar desses rumores de modelos de tv´s Toshiba 3D sem óculos (talvês inicialmente para tv´s menores) a Toshiba investe também no 3D tradicional "eu vou de óculos".

A CELL REGZA 3D 55X2 é a top da linha 2010 (aquelas com o processador CELL B.E. do PS3...):

http://trendy.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/pickup/20100824/1032731/01_px400.jpg

O engine CELL REGZA:

http://trendy.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/pickup/20100824/1032731/02_px250.jpg

A aplicação da tecnologia Super Resolution em 3D:

http://trendy.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/pickup/20100824/1032731/08_px400.jpg

http://trendy.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/pickup/20100824/1032731/?P=1
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Roberto

McLeo
27-08-2010, 12:20
Procurei e nao achei

Tem um clube da 42XV650DA?
Estou querendo ver testes do nível de preto dela ;)

Robertoy
27-08-2010, 16:00
McCleo,

Não tem um "tópico clube" específico da Toshiba REGZA 42XV650DA não.

Infelizmente as LCD Toshiba REGZA ainda são pouco difundidas aqui no Brasil...

A maioria das informações das Semp Infinity e Toshiba REGZA da linha 2010 estão no tópico:

DISPONÍVEL! LINHA TOSHIBA RESOLUTION+
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION

Que eu me lembre aqui no fórum existem 4 proprietários da Toshiba REGZA 42XV650DA:

fjribeiro1:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2383825&viewfull=1#post2383825
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2392505&viewfull=1#post2392505
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2392893&viewfull=1#post2392893

Jonieringo:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2424213&viewfull=1#post2424213
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2427119&viewfull=1#post2427119
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2430744&viewfull=1#post2430744

drifus:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2489297&viewfull=1#post2489297

Zouker (ainda não recebeu da loja):
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2593232&viewfull=1#post2593232

Procure trocar umas idéias com eles.

Roberto

Robertoy
30-08-2010, 10:11
Toshiba AC 100 (Smartbook com Android e processador NVidia Tegra 2)

LJG-36l3M8c
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJG-36l3M8c

H4Xr9ZSnXxQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4Xr9ZSnXxQ

Toshiba AC100 Smartbook Unboxing

uphXRBUtx_4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uphXRBUtx_4

Toshiba AC100 Smartbook First Impressions

p02HHmyiOBo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p02HHmyiOBo

Roberto

Robertoy
31-08-2010, 16:23
Toshiba inicia produção em massa de memórias NAND flash no processo de fabricação de 24nm.




Toshiba launches 24nm process NAND flash memory
Starts mass production of world's highest capacity single chip 64 gigabit memory
31 Aug, 2010

TOKYO— Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502), reinforcing its leadership in the development and fabrication of cutting-edge, high density NAND flash memories, has announced that it today started mass production of NAND flash memories fabricated with 24nm*1 process technology. This latest technology advance has already been applied to 2bit-per-cell 64-gigabit (Gb) chips that are the world's smallest and offer the highest density on a single chip (8 gigabytes (GB))*2, and which are available from today. Toshiba will also add 32Gb and 3bit per cell products fabricated with the 24nm process technology to its product line-up.

Toshiba leads the industry in fabricating high density, small die size NAND flash memory chips. Application of the 24nm generation process technology will further shrink chip size, allowing Toshiba to boost productivity and bring further enhancements to high density, small sized products. The 24nm process products are also equipped with Toggle DDR, which enhances data transfer speed.

As more mobile equipment, such as smartphones, digital video cameras and tablet PCs, provide support for recording high resolution pictures and video and editing and processing large volumes of data, demand is growing for smaller, higher density, memory products. By accelerating process migration in NAND flash memory, Toshiba aims to reinforce and extend its leadership in the NAND flash memory market.

Note:
*1
nm = nanometer (1 billionth of a meter)
*2
Source: Toshiba Corporation, August 2010

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_08/pr3101.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
31-08-2010, 17:05
Nos gravadores HDD/DVD/BD Toshiba REGZA da linha 2010 japonesa parece que é utilizada uma evolução da tecnologia XDE que apareceu inicialmente nos dvd players Toshiba XD-E500 e Toshiba XDE-600.

Parece que nessa nova versão além do upscaling baseado em tecnologia super resolution é integrado também um novo sistema DNR 3D.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/rd-b00/images/10b/eyecatch_bz800_play.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/rd-b00/images/10b/bz800_play_disc.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/images/10b/top_intro_btn_xde_on.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/rd-b00/images/10b/bz800_play11.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/rd-b00/images/10b/bz800_play12.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/rd-b00/play.html#xde
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/390/414/rd01.jpg
http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/390/414/rd02.jpg
http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/series/rt/20100831_390414.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
31-08-2010, 17:20
A plataforma CELL REGZA

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111427.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111428.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111429.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111430.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111431.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111432.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/article/2010/08/28/70164.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
01-09-2010, 11:03
http://cdn.whathifi.com/productimages/181900ee1gt.jpg

Amanhã na conferência de imprensa da Toshiba na IFA 2010 deverão ser anunciados os modelos de tv´s CELL TV (CELL REGZA) para o mercado europeu, além de novos modelos Toshiba REGZA LCD LED Edge Lit, como a F1 com design de Jacob Jensen.

http://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2010/08/500x_toshibaf1jacobjensen.jpg
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1283245681
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A série F1 japonesa, baseada no novo engine REGZA ENGINE no lugar do engine Meta Brain que vinha sendo utilizado até então nas Toshiba REGZA.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/f1/images/10b/img_f1_design_01.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/f1/images/10b/icon_f1_design_14.gif
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/f1/index_j.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
01-09-2010, 17:37
Análise da Audioholics com a Toshiba REGZA 46UX600U (LCD LED Edge lit)




Toshiba 46UX600U LED LCD Television Review

by Clint DeBoer — last modified July 09, 2010

Introduction

Toshiba has come a long way since it opted to pursue better quality televisions and displays over thinner models. Now, it seems, they have accomplished both. What's most impressive about the new Toshiba 46UX600U is that, at just 2-inches thick, it delivers impressive dynamic LED backlighting. Its "Air Lagoon" design also helps make the TV look even thinner than it already is and enhances the aesthetic of this attractive display.

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/televisions/flat-panels/toshiba-46ux600u-led-lcd-1/image

http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/3838/ux6001.jpg

Features

At just under $1700, the Toshiba 40UX600U is positioned as a mid-to-high-end product that goes up against the mainstream offerings of all of the major players - and holds it own extremely well. It even matches the price of Vizio's XVT472SV series, but exchanges 120Hz and network features for the 240Hz of the competing display (which has no network or widget-style streaming applications). Let's run through several of the key features:

* ARC (Audio Return Channel)

This is one of the first displays on the market that features the new HDMI 1.4 spec Audio Return Channel (ARC). This allows the set to decode ATSC and QAM channel information and then send up to Dolby Digital Plus across the existing HDMI cable back to your ARC-compatible A/V receiver. That means no more running an additional coax or TOSlink cable back to your audio receiver.

* VUDU Apps/Widgets

The Widgets feature of the 46UX600U are really just video podcasts that are brought int through a system that seems to be branded as "VUDU apps". They do include such services as Pandora, Flickr, Picasa, Facebook and Twitter, but for the most part they seem to be video podcast channels. YouTube gets called up as a separate application and Netflix, the popular media streaming and DVD/BD rental service is completely absent. In addition, there seems no way to download additional apps of any kind, save for those installed during routine software updates.

* Gaming Mode

The 46UX600U comes with a Gaming Mode whereby the television will bypass most of its video processing circuitry to cut off 48ms of lag that would otherwise take place when using the display. This helps tremendously when gaming requires as little lag as possible. Games that involve music syncopation , such as those from the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises make this a very necessary and useful feature.

* ClearFrame 120Hz Processing

ClearFrame is 120Hz processing that performs frame interpolation, rendering an additional frame in between each real frame of video. When combined with the Film Stabilization mode it works to eliminate motion judder. We never saw a significant effect to increase resolution during motion as we've seen with similar systems, but the thing is - the picture always looks good. I mean real good on this television. While there was very little visible improvement with the system on or off, the end result is that the TV simply has an amazing picture.

* Expert Mode

You can accurately set tint and hue controls by disabling the red and green colors on this set, plus you can check for color decoder errors using a SMPTE bar pattern. This is a great feature to have an exceeds even Samsung's "Blue Only mode".

* Auto Brightness Sensor

When the Auto Brightness Sensor feature is set to 'On', the TV will automatically optimize the backlighting levels to suit ambient light conditions. There is even a Backlight Adjustment Pro feature that allows you to customize the backlight level of the display in various ambient light conditions. In this way you can ensure the backlight is fully up during your home's version of daylight hours (if, for example, you never get full sunlight).

* DynaLight

Not as convenient as a local dimming system, this feature dims and raises the black levels in accordance with the content on the screen. This results in an artificially enhanced contrast ratio that is generally pleasing for most viewers who do not have adequately light-controlled rooms.

* Dolby Volume

This technology is designed to provide a natural dynamic control to reduce volume peaks, but without losing the detail present in a soundtrack. It certainly works, however it also affects the natural dynamic range of the soundtrack and we found it greatly affected intelligibility of dialogue. We suspect the effect varies from room to room, so experiment on your own to see what your preference is for your location.

* InstaPort

Designed to eliminate the 5-6 second delay inherent in switching between HDMI inputs, this technology reduces the amount of time it takes to lock on to a different HDMI source signal . We continue to like the way this works and we noticed a snappier response when switching between inputs.

http://img714.imageshack.us/img714/8960/ux6002.jpg

Black levels were very good on this set, as was the overall brightness uniformity, though not as good as a non edge-lit LED backlit display. What that means is that the television has the ability for the display to provide a more or less even and consistent amount of light to all areas of the screen. While not perfect, we've seen competing edge-lit displays that have dramatic swings in the corners and sides as opposed to the central area of the screen. Toshiba's focus on quality over developing razor-thin displays seems to have paid off here.

For most of our tests we alternated between HD Netflix titles and Blu-ray Disc movies. Everything looked really great and we were impressed by the depth of color as well as the general ability of the display to handle both brilliant whites and deep blacks within a single frame. While not supporting local dimming, the Toshiba does a fantastic job of creating a very rich, almost three-dimensional picture. We also liked the quality of the picture that this TV produced overall. It seemed that whether or not the 120Hz mode was engaged or Film Stabilization turned on, the picture simply looked amazing - even with standard definition DVD content. Toshiba is simply great at producing a good picture and it's something everyone should take note of when they preview this set. There won't be much commentary here as the images speak for themselves - at least to the limits of our ability to convey them via photographs:

BD: Alice in Wonderland

Vibrant color meets detail and deep, rich blacks.

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/televisions/flat-panels/toshiba-46ux600u-led-lcd-1/alicewonderland2.jpg/image

All the detail of this brush and the texture of the wall came though, and the colors of the reconstitution scene were absolutely stunning post-calibration.

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/televisions/flat-panels/toshiba-46ux600u-led-lcd-1/alicewonderland3.jpg/image

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/televisions/flat-panels/toshiba-46ux600u-led-lcd-1/alicewonderland4.jpg/image

Conclusion

This TV does really well, and for $1700 it represents a competitive answer to those looking for a value solution in the 46-50" display category. While not supporting local dimming, the Toshiba 46UX600U still provides an exceptional picture with a dynamic contrast ratio, excellent network features and vibrant color. It has features that matter and the picture is one of the sharpest we've ever seen. This is a television that is easy to calibrate and even easier to setup out of the box and utilize. We think Toshiba is onto something and won't sit back idly and allow other manufacturers to gather up market share. They appear to be targeting the market with a quality-centered solution and one that we think should impress more than a few retailers, dealers and consumers alike.

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/482/ux600conclusion.jpg

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/televisions/flat-panels/toshiba-46ux600u-led-lcd-1
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2010, 10:04
Análise da CNET UK com a Toshiba REGZA 40RV753 (tradicional painél CCFL FullHD e sistema padrão operando a 60Hz)



http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/183/40rv753.jpg

LED sets may be grabbing all the headlines lately due to their super-slim designs, but if you want value for money, TVs with traditional CCFL backlighting still have lots to offer. Take the Regza 40RV753 from Toshiba, for example. It gives you a rather large 40 inches of 1080p screen space plus a Freeview HD tuner for just £450.

Upscaling at a downmarket price

When it comes to picture quality, the Regza RV should be judged in accordance with its low price tag. We can forgive the fact that it lacks some niceties, such as 100Hz processing. After all, there's still plenty here to like. Its Resolution+ upscaling system does an excellent job of improving the apparent resolution of standard-definition broadcasts on Freeview and DVDs -- a task it manages without making pictures appear overly noisy.

HD pictures also look sharp and colours are impressively vivid while retaining a refreshingly natural look. Although the picture presets are adequate (they avoid the trap of being overly aggressive with colours and brightness), Toshiba provides comprehensive picture-tweaking options, so you can easily adjust the presets to refine them even further.

http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/6900/resolution.jpg

Naturally, there are a few downsides. The Regza RV is not quite capable of producing the deep black levels you see on the best of today's LED sets. That said, at least the backlighting looks fairly uniform and manages to avoid the blotchiness you sometimes find on cheaper sets. As you might expect in a TV that lacks 100Hz processing, motion isn't as smooth as it could be and there's some obvious blurring on fast pans.

Toshiba has obviously taken advantage of the TV's deeper chassis and used the extra space to fit it with a decent set of speakers. As a result, the Regza RV has much better bass response than most of the slim-line sets we've tested recently. This helps the set produce full-bodied audio with more low-end impact, so action flicks sound just as good as ordinary daytime TV fare, like soaps.

Conclusion

The Toshiba Regza 40RV752 is not the prettiest TV and its black levels and motion-handling certainly aren't perfect. In saying that, the set offers a lot of screen for a small price, has the added bonus of an on-board Freeview HD tuner and does a good job of upscaling standard-definition channels. As such, we think it represents good value for money.

Edited by Emma Bayly


http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/toshiba-regza-rv-40rv753-review-50000581/
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2010, 13:42
Conferência de imprensa da Toshiba na IFA 2010

http://cdn.whathifi.com/productimages/181900ee1gt.jpg

Rapais...A CELL TV (CELL REGZA), aquela com o processador CELL B.E. parece que nem vai chegar a ser lançada na europa.

Na conferencia de imprensa foi comentado sobre um novo engine chamado CEVO, que deverá fazer parte de modelos 3D top da Toshiba na europa.

Cogita-se também que a tv 3D sem óculos da Toshiba poderá ser exibida na CEATEC Japan 2010 em outubro.




Toshiba to show glasses-free 3D in October?
Also Tosh kills Cell TV & replaces it with new Cevo engine

http://cdn.mos.techradar.com//classifications/events/IFA2010/tosh-press-conf/tosh-press-conf4-218-85.jpg

Atsushi Murasawa, head of Toshiba visual products, said during today's IFA press conference that the company would have "some announcement" on glasses-free 3D for smaller screens as soon as October's Ceatec show in Japan.

"Glasses free 3D? Yes, sure, but as of today we are not ready to come to market with glasses-free, but we are going to make some announcement about glasses free 3D in the small screen sizes in October...Ceatec."

Bye bye Cell TV

The press conference also carried the revelation that Toshiba has effectively killed off its Cell TV before it's even arrived in Europe. Instead, the Japanese manufacturer introduced a new TV engine for which Cevo is the European codename.

Essentially the successor to Cell, Cevo is a new multiprocessor platform that is said to show best in class picture quality, advanced 3D graphics and network solutions.

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/events/IFA2010/tosh-press-conf/tosh-press-conf5-420-90.jpg

Atsushi Murasawa also showed off the new Cevo chip and explained that a new 55ZL1 Cevo-powered TV will be out in the UK sometime in 2011 – probably, we'd guess, making its debut at CES 2011. "We believe the engine is one of the most important things," he said.

Cevo is being branded as an evolution of the Cell chip, offering 400hz for smoother images and 512 LED clusters for local dimming, which is said to garner perfect black reproduction.

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/events/IFA2010/tosh-press-conf/tosh-press-conf7-420-90.jpg

The Cevo means that there is also a lower level of crosstalk for 3D. Toshiba is calling its 3D Mega Bright and Intelligent 3D because of this technology.

Toshiba claims this technology means it can offer the same picture quality for 3D as it does with 2D.


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Outras tv´s Toshiba REGZA (2D e 3D) anunciadas na conferencia de imprensa da Toshiba na IFA 2010:

Toshiba REGZA série WL (LED Edge lit 3D com design Jacob jensen)
ToVyaYubEhc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToVyaYubEhc
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/toshiba-s-regza-wl-led-3d-tv-series-arrives-714001

Toshiba REGZA série VL (LED Edge lit com design Jacob Jensen)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSRQ_2ClnFk
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/toshiba-s-freeview-hd-ready-regza-vl-series-announced-714017

Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2010, 17:02
Toshiba Folio na IFA 2010 (Tablet com Android 2.2 e NVidia Tegra 2).

http://www.technewsdaily.com/images/stories/toshiba%20folio%20100-100902-02.jpg
http://www.technewsdaily.com/toshiba-folio-100-tablet-is-official-about-615-1156/

http://img827.imageshack.us/img827/3543/folio100.jpg
http://socialnews.toshiba.co.uk/realResource.asp?ReleaseID=23641&d=w&name=Toshiba%20FOLIO%20100%20press%20release.pdf

O Folio 100 e outros produtos da Toshiba na IFA 2010:
http://socialnews.toshiba.co.uk/Toshiba-at-IFA-2010--a-new-dimension-for-home-entertainment?return=list

Roberto

Robertoy
03-09-2010, 09:37
Por quê o CEVO para o mercado europeu e não o CELL B.E.?

Segundo entrevista da Toshiba à Techradar, a escolha do lançamento de uma linha de tv´s baseada no novo engine CEVO ao invés do CELL B.E. da CELL TV/CELL REGZA se deu por questões do mercado europeu.

É comentado que para o mercado europeu não é necessário a presença de 8 tuners HD como ocorre com a CELL TV e esse novo engine CEVO possui "DNA Cell" segundo a Toshiba, permintindo que ele execute muitas das tarefas que a CELL TV faz (mas claro, não possui todo o poder de processamento do CELL B.E.), e permitirá uma tv mais acessível, e sem a necessidade do módulo separado da tv onde fica acoplado o sistema CELL.




Toshiba: Cell TV wasn't right for Europe
Explains reason for new Cevu chip technology
By Marc Chacksfield

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Toshiba has exclusively spoken to TechRadar regarding its much publicised Cell TV, explaining that the television was just too powerful for the European market.

AV enthusiasts have been drooling over Cell TV for getting on two years now. Powered by the same chip that is in the PlayStation 3, the television is out in Japan where the country makes good use of its eight HD tuners, massive set-top box component with hard drive and 4k picture quality.

While this sort of technology, was teased and shown off in the UK it never actually arrived.

Then Toshiba chose IFA 2010 to announce that Europe would see the arrival of Cevo and not Cell – a modified chipset which will be built into Toshiba's next generation of TVs out Easter next year.

Cevo chip

"Cevo uses Cell DNA but has been modified for the European market," explained Andrew Line at Toshiba to TechRadar.

"The technology has been optimised to suit Europe, which doesn't need eight HD tuners but does need things like catch-up TV, access to the web."

When asked if would ever see Cell TV on UK soil again, Line noted: "At the moment it's not the right fit for Europe and we have to hit the right price point, which we will do with Cevo."

Easter 2011 is the proposed UK release date for Cevo TVs, but this may well change depending on market conditions.

From what we've seen, Cevo will bring a lot of what Cell TV does in Japan but without the accompanying set-top box and at a cheaper price, so we can't wait for CES 2011 where we will hopefully see some of the TVs in action.


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Roberto

Robertoy
03-09-2010, 09:59
Matéria japonesa comentando sobre o CEVO Engine destinado (inicialmente) ao mercado europeu

http://www.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/news/20100903/244227/toshiba1.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201009/tc_1_big.jpg

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Roberto

Robertoy
08-09-2010, 11:03
Hands-on: Toshiba Folio 100 Android tablet – Is it a Fail-io?

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http://www.intomobile.com/2010/09/04/hands-on-toshiba-folio-100-android-tablet/

Roberto

Robertoy
08-09-2010, 11:19
Matéria da Engadget falando sobre o novo engine CEVO da Toshiba.




Toshiba's CEVO-Engine is Cell on steroids, with an ultra-bright LED LCD to burn your eyeballs into submission

By Paul Miller posted Sep 7th 2010 5:01PM

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Toshiba will be happy to tell you that its upcoming CEVO-Engine, which launches early next year in a "sub-€5,000" TV designed by former B&O-fave design firm Jacob Jensen Design, is the best thing ever, but it takes some work to figure out just exactly why that's the case. We did some digging, subjected our eyeballs to the display's brilliance, and have our full thoughts on the new tech after the break.

So, CEVO-Engine in a nutshell is just a bunch of those Cell multicore processors stacked on top of each other, which allows for more picture processing. Cell dabbled in 2D-to-3D conversion, but CEVO is able to set aside a whole processor for it, with surprisingly decent results (yeah, color us shocked as well). CEVO can also upscale half resolution 3D (stuff that's delivered with side by side images in each frame) into 1080p.

What we're particularly excited about is what CEVO does in prepping 3D for display, adjusting the brightness and colors to compensate for the dimming effect of the 3D glasses. The necessary headroom is provided by 3,000+ LEDs that backlight the 55LZ1 LCD display. Those lights are split into 512 locally dimmed regions, with CEVO doing the heavy lifting of image analysis to intelligently dim, and together they pump out a whopping 1,000 nits (you only need about 90 nits for good picture quality in a dark room). It's actually painful to look at the display at full brightness when the lights are off, but when the shutter glasses are on we found the picture as close to "regular" 2D brightness as we've ever seen with 3D. The localized dimming also does a stellar job of hopping up the contrast ratio, with pure blacks right up against radiant colors, though there's still a good bit of halo light bleed when displaying certain objects (like the Toshiba logo on a black background). Plasma still has the edge in this department, but it really can't compete with the sheer brightness of LED, and localized dimming is just getting better and better.

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The TV itself has a nice design, and a nice design heritage, but it's nothing revolutionary looks-wise. Still, if you like to hear designers talk design, and witness the birth of the term "Scandasian design," you're in for a treat with the video above.

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We'll have to spend some more time and see some full reviews of the display to know if it's really worth the €5,000-ish pricetag, and the surprisingly similar Philips 21:9 Platinum display (in specs and picture quality, not in aspect ratio) will be giving Toshiba some good competition, but it's clear that this new generation of LCD display is ready to match and perhaps surpass plasma in the realm of 3D -- and really, isn't that the only realm that counts?


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Roberto

Robertoy
09-09-2010, 17:00
Alguns videos do stand da Toshiba na IFA 2010

Alguém aí entende alemão?

http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/1866/cevo1.jpg

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-50sIX5p8I

Alguém aí assiste "Passione"? :bD

Em italiano fica bem melhor para entender. :legal:

http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/3240/cevo2.jpg

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbhtZ-aNBSo

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV4V6346Iwg

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWHpZ2jfpzk

Roberto

Robertoy
10-09-2010, 15:48
Novamente para quem entender alemão, mais alguns comentários sobre tecnologias apresentadas pela Toshiba na IFA 2010...

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http://www.grobi-shop.tv/watch.php?v=X3WB9p1XRMY

Em alguns modelos das novas tv´s da linha 2010 européia já estão incorporados alguns desenvolvimentos baseados no "Toshiba Hollywood Project":

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp5.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2417199&viewfull=1#post2417199

O recurso Resolution+ encontrado nos modelos REGZA 2D agora evoluiu para o 3D Resolution+ nas REGZA 3D.




Toshiba’s Hollywood Project

To offer the complete home theatre experience Toshiba has started the Hollywood Project to enhance the picture quality of Toshiba’s REGZA TVs even further, and will successively integrate even more innovative technologies into upcoming models.

The director of a movie wants to ensure that the audience sees the information as originally intended – both in the cinema as well as at home on the TV screen. This requirement not only affects the plot of a video but also affects the colour decoding, gamma correction or the colour temperature. To ensure that viewers experience movies and TV shows as originally intended by their creators, the TV screen must have the same imaging characteristics as the monitor on which the content was produced and confirmed in the post-production stage.

The Movie Mode, the Hollywood Mode and the Expert Settings were part of the Hollywood Project and have now become part of the TV’s feature set.

Hollywood Mode / Movie Mode

This mode offers a picture preset that has specific characteristics similar to the look of a monitor on which content is produced during the post-production process. Colour temperature, colour decoding, gamma correction and signal processing are optimized to closely match system standards as defined by standardisation institutes like ITU (International Telecommunication Union), SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and EBU (European Broadcasting Union) and ensure a clean and pure pass through of the signal. The Hollywood Mode is an advancement of the Movie Mode. While the Movie Mode offers a single set of preset parameters, the Hollywood Mode comes with two presets – one for daylight (Hollywood Mode 1) and one designed for reduced ambient light at night time (Hollywood Mode 2). The Hollywood Mode will be integrated in the latest Toshiba premium devices starting with the VL748 and WL768 series.

Expert Settings

Presets like that offered in the Hollywood Mode allow for a picture quality that is very close to the optimum. To further improve the picture quality, manual calibration according to standards is needed. For this purpose Toshiba offers calibration capabilities in advanced expert menus that allow AV professionals or technically advanced users to perform the calibration of all parameters. They can adjust almost all settings, including the colour temperature. Although the colour settings are already set before delivery the ideal colour temperature subsequently can be readjusted manually: Plus, the manual grey scale correction feature enables the user to correct the levels of grey in ten areas of the screen with ten different levels. The embedded 601/709 colour-decoding switch allows users to manually switch between different colour decoding schemes to avoid wrong colour decoding. This is useful in case the TV receives an upscaled standard definition image from a DVD, where the player did not apply a matrix conversion as required for a correct HD reproduction. An integrated TV test pattern enables the user to control all current settings of sharpness, brightness, contrast, and colour saturation to tap the full potential of the TV’s advanced technologies. Toshiba’s TV sets also provide detailed information about incoming HDMI-signals, for example, resolution, frame rates and bit-depths, to instruct users about the input signal and its quality.

3D Resolution+

Since digital TV provides a lower bandwidth and will most likely be broadcast in ‘side by side’ technology, that uses a single 1080p frame to transmit the picture for the left and for the right eye side by side, the resolution and the perceived sharpness of 3D programmes are reduced by half compared to a Blu-ray 3D disc. 3D Resolution+ analyses the individual images and uses sophisticated processes to calculate the missing image content. The result is a significantly sharper, more detailed 3D TV experience.

http://eu.press.toshiba.eu/en/articles/standard/pr_bg_cinema_effect_ifa
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Roberto

Robertoy
13-09-2010, 09:48
Toshiba deve ser tornar a segunda marca japonesa em volume de vendas mundiais de tv´s LCD, tendendo a ultrapassar a Sharp e ficando atrás da Sony. (A Samsung domina as vendas mundiais de LCD)



Toshiba to rank second among Japan-based LCD TV vendors in 2010

Max Wang, Taipei; Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES [Monday 13 September 2010]

Toshiba is narrowing its LCD TV shipment gap with Sharp and is expected to exceed Sharp and rank second among Japan-based LCD TV vendors in 2010.

Toshiba's LCD TV shipments continue to increase, and the company expects to ship 13-14 million LCD TVs in 2010, beating Sharp's 11-12 million shipments for the year. LCD TV manufacturers such as TPV Technology and Compal Electronics are expected to benefit from the increasing shipments of Toshiba.

LCD TV vendors indicated that Korea-based Samsung Electronics and Japan-based Sony are doing well in their global LCD TV sales, with Samsung seeing good growth momentum for LED-backlit and 3D models, while Sony is making gains in emerging markets.

Vendors such as Sharp and Panasonic are the few remaining vendors continuing to release OEM orders to overseas manufacturers, but with dropping LCD TV shipments of Sharp due to the recent appreciation of the Japanese yen, it will be worth monitoring whether Sharp will increase it outsourcing orders in 2011.

Sharp used to outsource a small volume of LCD TV OEM orders to Sampo mainly for sales in the Taiwan market, and the company has recently reported plans to also outsource a small volume of LCD TV orders to Compal. In addition, LCD TV makers such as Compal are expected to land orders from Panasonic if it decides to release outsource orders.

Sharp has proposed a reduction of production utilization amid weaker-than-expected demand for panels in the third quarter of 2010. It should be monitored whether the weakening LCD TV demand will continue to increase outsourcing ratios. An impact on overall TV panel supply is expected when Sharp increases its outsourcing, the TV vendors added.

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Source: Companies, compiled by Digitimes, September 2010


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Roberto

Robertoy
13-09-2010, 10:06
No futuro (talvês nem tão distante) vai ser bom também ter super-scalers para podermos ver mais uma vez os nossos velhos Blu-rays em telas 4k2k...

http://images.trustedreviews.com/images/article/inline/12062-toshiba4k2k.jpg

http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/9400/cell.jpg

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shkubdWx630


http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2016656#post2016656
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126759-AGORA-ARREBENTOU-A-BOCA-DO-BAL%C3%83O!!!-HD-TO-4K2K!!!?p=2207953&viewfull=1#post2207953

Rapais...

Será mesmo que algumas das tv´s Toshiba REGZA LCD LED local dimming com engine CEVO (alternativa "econômica" às REGZA baseadas no processador CELL B.E.) também farão upscale para 2160p (4k) como algumas CELL TV/CELL REGZA?...




Toshiba 'CEVO' Cell TV will upscale to 2160p and enhance 3D
Sunday, 12 September 2010 10:10 UK

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Toshiba's 55LZ1 LCD Cell TV gets the multi processor CEVO technology treatment, which along with enhanced 3D performance gets a stunningly high 2160p (4K) resolution.

CEVO technology employs multiple cell processors to generate signals that are compatible with the Quad TV resolution while recording up to six high-definition channels simultaneously using a wireless hard drive.

This however, is only a small part of CEVO's capabilities. The amount of processing power on tap gives functions such as 2D-3D conversion their own processor, which generates some startlingly good on screen results. Elsewhere, CEVO can upscale half resolution 3D (delivered with side by side images in each frame) to 1080p.

Prototypes on view at the recent IFA in Berlin were highlighting the screens ability to optimize 3D for display. Toshiba aim to make LCD the format of choice for 3D by significantly enhancing brightness and colors to compensate for the dimming effect of 3D glasses.

The new 55LZ1 LCD also comes with 3,000+ LEDs that split into 512 locally dimmed regions. The set will also support Toshiba online services and Hbb TV, the European standard for hybrid internet/TV services.

The new screens will also get Active Vision 400Hz processing along with a range of picture presets and professional calibration functions. The Intelligent 3D function automatically adjusts brightness and colour for 3D material.

Designed by B&O design supremos, Jacob Jensen Design, Toshiba's CEVO LCD TVs are as stylish as they are sophisticated. We expect the 55LZ1 to arrive in the UK early next year. No officail announcement on price as yet, but don't expect much change from £4000.

http://hdtvorg.co.uk/news/articles/2010091201.htm
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Bem, upscale de 1080p para 2160p deve ser bom ( claro, desde que o engine seja competente no processo de upscale) mas nada melhor que 4k nativo.

Que no futuro venham transmissões de tv 4k, Blu-ray 4k, 3D 4k...




Is 4K the next big thing in HDTV instead of 3D?

Posted by Dennis Sellers Apple ico Sep 13, 2010 at 7:00am

Toshiba working on a 3D TV that doesn’t require glasses, and this could be a game changer for 3D technology, if it works. However, some folks think that Quad HD/4K could be the next big thing in HDTVs. And—who knows?—it might filter over into Macs.

As noted by ZDNet, Quad HD/4K provides more than four times the resolution of 1080p HD at 3840×2160 (slightly less than the 4K digital cinema standard, but way more than the 1920×1080 of today’s HDTVs). While it will require its own set of infrastructure updates (new TVs, additional bandwidth to get the content into your home, etc.), it won’t require any pair of glasses on the end user’s face.

In August Marseille Networks demoed its its complete, end to end 4K-over-HDMI prototyping system, stimulating the rapid adoption of Quad-HD resolution in Blu-ray and audio video receivers (AVRs) for the next wave of high definition TVs. Amine Chabane, CEO of Marseille Networks, says Quad HD offers four times the resolution of HDTV.

Higher resolutions will allow for a true digital cinema experience in the home. Many AVRs and Blue Ray devices and next generation TVs will be moving to 4K resolution and much of today’s content—from photos to movies—are already captured in 4K.

Maybe I’d better start saving for a 3D Quad HD (you know they’re coming). And perhaps a 30-inch (or bigger) 3D Quad HD Mac. How cool would that be?


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Roberto

Robertoy
13-09-2010, 16:41
Se na europa o engine CEVO será adotado, no Japão (e provavelmente nos Estados Unidos) a Toshiba vai de CELL REGZA/CELL TV e o processador CELL B.E. como engine.




Technical - super-resolution techniques - CELL Regza Toshiba Reviews
September 11, 2010 (Sat) 15:30

The DVD video software and Internet-delivered (online video), including the number of pixels Full HD (1,920 × 1,080 pixels) images there are many less. Scaling them (change the screen size) only prolong the process, but only get blurred image, LCD HDTV Toshiba (TV) Reguza (REGZA) Series technology provides super-resolution, reproduction of the description detailed .

This is the flagship Reguzashirizu "CELL Reguza" is, CELL platform utilizing high-speed computing power, "Removal of compression noise for Internet video", "Super-resolution Using Self-congruity", and "color super-resolution" with the three types of new technology. Adoption of these technologies can now create a new visual world beyond traditional Reguza.

1. Introduction

Terrestrial digital broadcasting and DVD software, video and Internet, video less than a full HD pixel count, but there are many, the past was not enough sharpness for the scaling process was delaying them. The Reguza commercialized by Toshiba in 2008 for this, you can restore the super-resolution pixel technology reconfigurable, so that you can reproduce the detailed description.

CELL This is a Reguza, CELL platform utilizing high-speed computing power, noise removal for image compression net, super-resolution using a self-congruity, three new super-resolution technique called super-resolution and color equipped. This quality could be achieved over conventional Reguza.

This section describes the characteristics with an overview of the introduction of new technology.

2. For the input video stream processing

CELL Reguza video source is being entered into, is classified as broadcast and Internet video are in use. Figure 1 shows the flow of processing for each video input.

Internet video is compressed for noise reduction for video network for broadcast video for broadcast video noise reduction is to be subjected, respectively. Thus video signals to remove noise, super-resolution processing reconfigurable, using super-resolution processing of self-joint, which is output is treated with sharp images super-resolution and color.

The following is a noise reduction technique for image compression in Section 3, net, super-resolution techniques for self-congruity in Chapter 4, color super-resolution technique described in Chapter 5.

3. Compression noise reduction technology for online video

In recent years, have been enjoying your style is widespread Internet images. However, many of these images in full HD pixel count for less, large screen TV to watch in image quality was not satisfactory.

Apply for this super-resolution techniques can increase the number of pixels while maintaining sharpness. Video Net, however, because it is made of data compression to lower bit rate than the broadcast from the constraints of Internet bandwidth, which caused a lot of noise due to compression, and applied directly to the technical super-resolution to this, the noise they may be highlighted.

So CELL in Reguza, we detect and eliminate noise compression for optimal policy surface model was newly developed this time was able to reproduce the quality of the original image by applying the technology super-resolution and then (Figure 2.)

3.1. Prior Art

If you eliminate noise filter is often used E compression. This is a filter to eliminate noise while maintaining a small signal intensity changes in the steep edge. However, they leave out the little rough edges, there is a disadvantage to be flat overall visual impression.

E system has recently attracted attention as a method of eliminating the shortcomings of Kaneruriguresshon filter. Kaneruriguresshon system, the model surface (surface polynomial) is applied to the image by a small irregularities can be reproduced. However, surface fitting, the high reproducibility and high degree of surface model images have a characteristic high degree of noise rejection and low surface model. Kaneruriguresshon conventional method, a surface model for use across the screen, a low noise surface model for the degree Shimai blurred images that are removed, and the reproducibility of the rough surface model using high order The higher the noise can not be removed, there is a trade-off between the trade-off (Figure 3).

3.2. Surface model optimization method

To solve this tradeoff, we analyzed the compression noise. Background noise image compression direction perpendicular to the edge (the edge normal direction) and the adjacent edge direction (tangential edge), but decomposed into two directions, the normal direction component of the original edge image is extracted, it was found that the tangential edge components are extracted noise compression (Figure 4). It can no longer reproduce the diagonal edges and put in a strong compression image coding, because they considered changing it compression noise.

From this analysis, the higher the degree edge normal direction of the surface model, the edge is tangential to lower the degree of surface models, see that you can remove noise while high fidelity compression of the edge. Order to have this characteristic of the image (x, y) coordinates rotated toward the edge, the edge tangential coordinates u, v took the normal direction coordinate (u, v) coordinates to fit on the surface . (U, v) coordinates in the surface model, u lower the degree of the coordinate, v coordinates by a high degree (Figure 5 (a)), to eliminate noise while high reproducibility of the edge be.

Similarly, the available models for flat and curved surfaces for textures (Figure 5 (b), (c)), surface model was used to determine the strength and shape depending on the pixel near the edge. The texture unit is used to increase the polynomial reproduction of images in the flat low-degree polynomial is used to eliminate noise.

By using this method can remove noise while high fidelity compression of the edge. The edges, textures, by using the model for flat surfaces and can be removed for each compression noise.

Flow noise using this method is as follows.

(1) The direction of the edge pixels in the vicinity of focus, strength and shape demand.
(2) to rotate the direction coordinate edge.
(3) (1) according to the calculated edge strength and shape, the edge of the flat surface model, or select a texture.
(4) (3) to fit curved surfaces using the selected model.
(5) (4) coordinate central pixel value in the fitting on the surface, and the output pixel value for this pixel.
(6) Repeat this process for all pixels.

4. Super-resolution technique for self-congruity

Object edges and contours in a single image is often a series of small changes in brightness along the edge of the same. In other words, there are several similar pattern is part of the neighboring edges. And called the joint nature of the self-image like this.

For example, human buccal (cheek) Figure 6 shows the three-dimensional graph showing changes in brightness contour parts. Continues along the contour of the face, similar pattern of change in brightness. Pixels are part of this self-congruent, using super-resolution technology combined with self-edge to reproduce the exact value by using a different sample points in the neighborhood.

As shown in Figure 7, on the lines of the input image pixel is sampled at regular intervals (shown in blue circle points) is present. Pixels in each line was sampled at different locations of intensity changes in the edge, which is similar in distribution. Here we focus on the central line to detect the pixels on a line by line and will jointly own, the new specimen will fit on the line as a focus point. Is the sampling points were added to the new red circle shown in Figure 7.

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By this way, in the interpolated using a simple interpolation filter between the input image pixels can reproduce the change of edge in precision not obtained.

5. Color super-resolution technique

Digital broadcast video signals, one for color information of luminance information in order to efficiently compress a huge amount of information / are reduced to four. As shown in Figure 8, the color sample points, sample points for intensity, both horizontally and vertically 1 / 2 have been thinned. This is called the 4:2:0 chroma.

CELL Reguza in the color signal is applied to super-resolution techniques for self-congruity, one of the color information of luminance information / 2 (4:2:2 chroma) is to restore to. Figure 9 shows the sample points on the screen brightness and color super-resolution color after processing. Doubled by increasing the vertical color sample points in this improved the imaging capability of the color boundaries.

However, as a pretreatment for color super-resolution, Intaresusukyan (scanning jumping) progressive video signal (progressive scan) color signals have been converted to progressive scan conversion process video signals. This process has become 3-D motion adaptive processing, which improve the vertical resolution of the signal prior to processing and color super-resolution color.

6. Postscript

CELL super-resolution technique described three new platforms utilizing high-speed computing power. CELL Reguza by this, we believe that current TV show that can be achieved with the highest quality, CELL platform not only has advanced with improvements to the algorithm for general-purpose chips.

The future, TV viewers can be beautiful to be entered in a variety of content, quality will further pursue the technology.

http://www.rbbtoday.com/article/2010/09/11/70519.html

Roberto

TanneR
14-09-2010, 18:27
desse jeito vou ficar pra tras na tecnologia rsrs

Robertoy
15-09-2010, 14:10
Se na europa o engine CEVO será adotado, no Japão (e provavelmente nos Estados Unidos) a Toshiba vai de CELL REGZA/CELL TV e o processador CELL B.E. como engine.


Mudança de planos...Talvês reflexos ainda da crise econômica iniciada no final de 2008?...

A Toshiba USA resolveu mudar os planos de lançar a CELL TV no mercado americano e optou pela solução menos cara baseada no engine CEVO.

Enquanto esses novos produtos com engine CEVO devem aparecer no mercado americano em 2011, agora em setembro está anunciada a Toshiba REGZA WX800, a primeira LCD LED Edge lit 3D da Toshiba no mercado americano.




Toshiba Unveils 3D LED LCD TV Models

By Greg Tarr -- TWICE, 9/15/2010

Irvine, Calif. - In time for next week's CEDIA Expo, Toshiba will present a range of new TV and digital A/V products slated for the second half, including the company's first 3D TV offerings in the elite Cinema series.

http://www.twice.com/photo/255/255141-Toshiba_s_just_launched_Cinema_Series_WX800_3D_LED _LCD_TVs_will_be_shown_at_CEDIA_.jpg

Scott Ramirez, Toshiba product marketing and development for TV and digital A/V products VP, said the company has changed its previously announced plans to introduce its high-end Cell TV for 3D this year, in favor of a lower-priced, somewhat lesser-featured direction. Through its CEVO initiative, Toshiba will use elements of Cell technology in lower-priced future products slated for next year and beyond, he added.

"We are now announcing our new WX800 Cinema series," Ramiez told TWICE. "As we move into 2011, you will see a strong expansion of the use of 3D. Our offering will include unique Toshiba 3D enhancement technologies."

Other new products announced Wednesday include the VX700 Cinema-series 1080p LED LCD TVs featuring most of the features of the 3D WX800 models, minus the 3D capability; the UL605 edge-lit LED LCD TV series featuring a 1.4-inch panel depth, and new design-focused frame; the SL400 720p edge-lit LCD TV series; and a BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Disc player.

The 2010 Cinema-series models are highlighted by the WX800 series carrying the company's first two 3D TVs for the U.S. market.

Shipping in September in 46-inch ($2,600 suggested retail) and 55-inch ($3,300) screen sizes, the WX800 models include LED edge lighting, 1080p resolution, ClearFrame 240Hz motion processing, a single panel of glass and flush-front floating bezel design, and an ultra-thin (less than 1.2 inches) profile.

The LED edge lighting features an ultra-high-contrast (7 million:1) picture, with minimal motion blurring using ClearFrame 240Hz technology. Both sets include built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to wirelessly access the built-in Toshiba Net TV system with Yahoo! Widgets, featuring access to Vudu movies, Pandora music, YouTube videos, news from The New York Times and others.

Other widgets also include Blockbuster OnDemand, CBS TV shows, content from Showtime, access to eBay auctions, Facebook, Twitter and others.

To support the sets with 3D content, Toshiba introduced the BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Disc player (shipping in September at a $300 suggested retail) featuring full 1080p/24 fps output; DVD with up-conversion to near-HD 1080p quality; built-in Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11b/g/n) with instant access to Toshiba's Net TV partner services; Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio Essential support; 7.1-channel analog outputs; a USB port; and SD/SDHC card slot to play AVCHD video, JPEG photos and MP3/WMA audio files.

Toshiba said it is currently working on bundling promotions offering two pairs of active-shutter glasses with the purchase of a WX800 set and the BDX3000 Blu-ray players. Exact details will be announced later.

The VX700 Cinema series, which is available now, is similar to the WX800 in many respects, except it omits 3D capability. Features include LED edge lighting, a 5 million:1 dynamic contrast ratio, ClearFrame 120Hz technology, and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to access Net TV widgets.

Screen sizes include 46 inches ($2,300) and 55 inches ($3,000).

Stepping down, the UL605 LED LCD TV series was designed to build upon the current UX600 series, by adding extra features and a thin panel profile measuring just 1.4 inches.

Included in the sets are ClearFrame 120Hz technology and the ability to access the Net TV system for streaming content with the addition of a Wi-Fi adapter of wired broadband Ethernet connection.

Models are available now in 40-inch ($1,599), 46-inch ($1,899) and 55-inch ($2,699) screen sizes.

In time to meet value-conscious holiday shoppers' demands, Toshiba introduced the SL400 720p edge-lit LED LCD TV series. Models feature dual HDMI-CEC outputs and a USB port for sharing photos and music.

Screen sizes for the SL400 models include 32 inches ($699), 26 inches ($499), 22 inches ($399) and 19 inches. All are available now.

http://www.twice.com/article/457132-Toshiba_Unveils_3D_LED_LCD_TV_Models.php
Inglês > Português (http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.twice.com%2Farticle%2 F457132-Toshiba_Unveils_3D_LED_LCD_TV_Models.php&sl=en&tl=pt&hl=&ie=UTF-8)

Roberto

Robertoy
15-09-2010, 14:58
Análise da CNET Asia com a Toshiba REGZA 47XL700 (LCD LED Edge lit).

http://chip.co.id/articles/news/files/2010/08/CHIP_Online_Regza_LED_XL700E_Details.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2597318&viewfull=1#post2597318 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2597318&viewfull=1#post2597318)

Olha lá o ARC (Audio Return Channel) na conexão HDMI 1.4.

http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/9002/arcf.jpg

http://www.hdmi.org/images/hdmi_1_4/arc_after_400-3.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/113672-Clube-TV-LCD-LG-LH70YD-Scarlet-II-com-Trumotion-120Hz?p=2642769&viewfull=1#post2642769

As conexões HDMI dessa linha utilizam o novo InstaPort S.

InstaPort™ S Technology

http://www.regza-asia.com/images/logo_instaport_big2.gif
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2598985&viewfull=1#post2598985 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2598985&viewfull=1#post2598985)

Funções já conhecidas continuam nesse modelo como o Resolution+, ClearScan, AutoView, o modo Film Stabilization (Estabilização de Imagem (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2501212&viewfull=1#post2501212)) para fontes 24p, as fartas opções para calibragem.



Toshiba Regza 47XL700 (47-inch LCD)

By Philip Wong, CNET Asia
Sep 15, 2010

http://asia.cnet.com/cnet/i/r/2010/tv/45273526/sc001.jpg

The Regza XL700-series is Toshiba's first foray into the LED-edgelit LCD TV segment for selected Asian markets such as Singapore and India. The arrival of this flagship range also marks the much belated introduction of DLNA multimedia streaming function for the company's offerings outside of Japan and Hong Kong. This complements advanced features such as its proprietary AutoView picture-processing and Resolution+ video-upscaling technology inherited from the earlier models. Still, digital tuner and Web services, which are becoming standard feature for its competitors, are omitted for now.

http://asia.cnet.com/reviews/home_av/tvs/0,39037588,45273526p,00.htm
Inglês > Português (http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=en&tl=pt&u=http%3A%2F%2Fasia.cnet.com%2Freviews%2Fhome_av%2 Ftvs%2F0%2C39037588%2C45273526p%2C00.htm)
http://asia.cnet.com/tv/tech/home-entertainment/0,39067331,45273526p,00.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
16-09-2010, 09:50
Navegador Opera em tv´s Toshiba REGZA

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQo23VL54zM5OXdTOgqWdr6IIrC9XfJF lL8ANUvbvLM469X3yA&t=1&usg=__hw4h4w67UNnNxuZ8bKw95JJh15k=

O navegador que estará presente em modelos Toshiba REGZA VL e WV europeus (que já devem vir com WiFi USB no pacote) é baseado na mesma arquitetura do browser utilizado em desktops.




Opera supports Toshiba’s HbbTV success in Europe
Oslo, Norway and Tokyo, Japan — September, 16, 2010

Opera Software today announced that the Opera browser will be on Toshiba Corporation’s latest HbbTVs in Europe, the REGZA VL and WV series.

HbbTV was unveiled last summer in Europe to combine broadband and broadcast technology for a seamless, new entertainment experience. Having strong support for web standards within a TV-based browser is essential for leveraging existing Internet content and services. Toshiba’s popular TV range, combined with the Opera browser, will bring a richer living-room experience to European consumers.

“The Internet offers an almost infinite supply of content to enjoy,” says Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer, Opera Software. “By combining it with TV, there is no limit to what users can enjoy on HbbTV. Opera believes HbbTV is the future of TV, and we will continue to develop the best browser for it.”

The customized browser is based on the Opera Devices SDK, which uses the same core architecture as the Opera desktop browser. Users in the United Kingdom have the added benefit of having access to the BBC iPlayer on their televisions.

http://www.opera.com/press/releases/2010/09/16/
Inglês > Português (http://translate.google.com.br/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.opera.com%2Fpress%2Fr eleases%2F2010%2F09%2F16%2F&sl=en&tl=pt&hl=&ie=UTF-8)

Roberto

Robertoy
16-09-2010, 13:40
A Toshiba USA anunciou ontem uma nova linha de tv´s LCD LED (edge lit) 2D (série VX700) e 3D (série WX800), ambas com Wi-Fi embutido.

http://www.sigelectronics.com/core/media/media.nl?id=24141&c=666363&h=253ea64af8dfa111f653 http://www.sigelectronics.com/core/media/media.nl?id=24142&c=666363&h=57db5f9e9840ae8cd131

Recursos interessantes já conhecidos continuam como PixelPure 5G, AutoView, Resolution+, Dolby Volume.

A série VX700 combina o painél 5M:1 com o sistema ClearFrame™ 120Hz.

A série WX800 combina o painél 7M:1 com o sistema ClearFrame™ 240Hz.

Epa, pera aí...ClearFrame™ 240Hz???...

Será que a Toshiba apenas "renomeou" o sistema ClearScan 240™ (que basicamente é o ClearFrame™ 120Hz com backlight interpolation para criar um "efeito 240Hz") para ClearFrame™ 240Hz:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/138884-60hz-versus-120hz?p=2500761&viewfull=1#post2500761




http://www.toshiba.ca/web/en/images/regza/clearframe120.png
Clear Frame™ 120Hz doubles the frame rate of standard LCD TV; 1080p Full HD LCD images are now crisp and clear regardless of image motion.

http://www.toshiba.ca/web/en/images/regza/clearscan240.png
ClearScan 240™ creates a 240Hz effect for a superior level of picture quality with fast motion video.


http://www.toshiba.ca/web/link?id=3781

Ou o ClearFrame™ 240Hz é agora de fato 240Hz reais???...(Não sei se vou falar besteira, mas será que seriam 120Hz para cada olho no caso dessa tv 3D?...)



http://www.sigelectronics.com/logos/240hz.gif;jsessionid=GcrMMS9GGWvYLstpxz2KGFLv1wjrM lv48JLFhJc8KtSlbbRShp55QjGn3LGnvHyDm36WwDQTrVgJS1y nqjBRJMn3mV9yHvN0Fqy6npnG6VyWQ4svLf1p2kwl1s1h6TSg% 21887295500

ClearFrame 240Hz™ - Creates a new level of picture clarity with motion video by employing advanced interpolation technology to create a 240Hz (frames per second) frame rate. Watching fast paced sports or actions movies are clearer than ever.

http://www.sigelectronics.com/Electronics/Toshiba-LCD/Toshiba-REGZA-3D-LED-46-inch-HDTV-1080p-240Hz-Super-Slim-25mm-46WX800U



IRVINE, CALIF. - SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
TOSHIBA DRIVES THE NEXT GENERATION OF HOME ENTERTAINMENT RELEASING ITS FIRST EVER 3D HDTV

New Cinema Series® LED HDTVs combine immersive picture quality, fun connectivity,

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., an innovator in consumer electronics and digital home entertainment, today announced the availability of its premier Cinema Series® line for 2010, featuring the VX700 Series, and the WX800 3D Series, LED HDTVs. Leading Toshiba's full line of LED and LCD HDTVs, Cinema Series presents the ultimate in picture quality and multimedia connectivity with luxuriously sleek, premium designs that can elevate any room's look and feel.

As the pinnacle of Toshiba's 2010 HDTV offerings, the Cinema Series line boasts ultimate picture, beautiful cosmetics, and state-of-the-art features. The WX800 is an exceptional choice for today's most demanding home theater connoisseurs, as well as consumers seeking a stylish entertainment powerhouse for their home. With true 3D capability1, the WX800 presents a three-dimensional experience from 3D movies, TV programs, video games and more when using a pair of optional Toshiba 3D glasses, Toshiba's BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Disc™ player and a 3D capable HDMI® cable.2

The VX700 is formidable in its own right employing many of the same feature benefits of the Cinema Series brand, but targeting consumers not looking for 3D. This set also boasts advanced LED backlighting driven by Toshiba's latest PixelPure® 5G video engine for exceptional colors, contrast, and clarity with both HD and SD content, and ClearFrame™ 120Hz processing that reduces blurring from swift action.

“With the new Toshiba Cinema Series models, we have created a brand of televisions that provides consumers with luxurious design, exciting features, high quality, and pride of ownership, without sacrificing true value and ease of use,” said Scott Ramirez, Vice President of Product Marketing and Development, Television and Digital A/V, Toshiba America Information Systems. “Toshiba's new Cinema Series models are clearly positioned to exceed consumers' performance and design expectations. By adding our new enhanced 3D experience, the WX800 provides a home theater experience which truly distinguishes itself from all others.”

WX800 Cinema Series

Boasting an ultra-slim depth of less than 1.2 inches, and Toshiba's high-style flush front design with sleek chrome trim and eye-catching illusion stand, the WX800 Cinema Series is not only Toshiba's first-ever 3D HDTV, but also one of the company's most meticulously designed and engineered to date. The WX800 delivers an unparalleled viewing experience with technologies such as 3D Resolution+® which delivers crisp, clear 3D content that can transform a room into an incredible 3D theater. 2 Versatile as it is beautiful, the WX800 processes multiple 3D input formats, including MPEG4-MVC, RealD, and select others for hassle-free enjoyment.

The WX800's CineSpeed® LED panel includes an advanced edge lighting system and DynaLight™ control for continuously optimized contrast resulting in an amazing 7M:1 contrast ratio for deep black levels, bright whites, and vibrant colors. The WX800 also features Toshiba's ClearFrame™ 240Hz technology for clear fast motion movies and sports. Whether displaying the latest high action flick or the energy of a live football game, the WX800's picture is clear and crisp.

The WX800 is a diversified centerpiece for any home theater, especially with its ability to access Toshiba's Enhanced NET TV™ service with Yahoo! Connected TV; a vast collection of favorite and brand new streaming content options await via a simple connection to the Internet, and a touch of the remote. The WX800's built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi® capability allows for a simple, clutter-free method to instantly access tens of thousands of TV episodes and movies from Netflix®, enjoy over 3,000 HD movies, video podcasts, and more from VUDU™, catch up with friends and family on Facebook® and Twitter®, and explore new videos and photos on YouTube®, Flickr®, and more. 4

Wired connectivity is also key with the WX800, which has four HDMI® connections with InstaPort™ fast input switching, and the convenience of HDMI-CEC to control other CEC enabled devices using a single remote. 5 A ColorStream® component input and high resolution PC input make it simple to connect a wide variety of video sources to the WX800.

The WX800 Cinema Series is available in 55-inch and 46-inch screen sizes (measured diagonally at 54.6 inches and 46.0 inches respectively).

VX700 Cinema Series

The Toshiba VX700 Cinema Series model includes many of the same innovations as the flagship WX800, making it an exceptional choice for home theater enthusiasts and style aficionados not looking for 3D. The VX700's LED edge lighting system achieves a high 5M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and enables the set to show content with rich, lifelike detail, especially with the support of Toshiba's ClearFrame™ 120Hz technology. Videophiles will appreciate the wide range of adjustments and controls found on the VX700 (and the WX800). Expert Model and ColorMaster™ allow easy access to advanced color and gamma settings, for fine tuning the picture performance to individual preference and perfection. Though the VX700's speakers are “invisible” when looking at the outside of the set, the distinguished sound they can produce is clearly noticeable, with Dolby® Volume for a consistent volume level when changing channels or sources, Audyssey EQ® processing, dynamic bass boost, and voice enhancement.

Built-in Wi-Fi® connectivity is also included on the VX700 for bringing the world of Enhanced NET TV™ with Yahoo! Connected TV into the living room. Like the WX800, other available content and entertainment includes Netflix®, VUDU™, Pandora® Internet Radio that gives people personalized radio stations full of music they love , and even up-to-the-minute news and updates. 4 The VX700 also includes two USB ports, an SD/SDHC card slot, and support for DLNA® file sharing, making it easy to watch videos, view photos, and listen to music saved on cameras, portable drives, a networked PC and elsewhere, right on the big screen.

When it comes to appearances, whether turned on or off, the VX700 is a style-focused addition to any room. At just over an inch thick, the VX700 and its functional design looks ideal either mounted on a wall, or connected to an “Illusion™” swivel stand. And with a new flush front design, the VX700 carries a truly seamless look between the screen and the outside edges of the bezel for an added touch of sophistication.

The VX700 Cinema Series is available in 55-inch and 46-inch screen sizes (measured diagonally at 54.6 inches and 46.0 inches respectively).

Pricing and Availability:

55WX800 Cinema Series 3D LED HDTV (available now, SRP $3,299.99)
46WX800 Cinema Series 3D LED HDTV (available now, SRP $2,599.99)
55VX700 Cinema Series LED HDTV (available now, SRP $2,799.99)
46VX700 Cinema Series LED HDTV (available now, SRP $2,299.99)

http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/news/newsarticle.asp?newsid=242

Roberto

Robertoy
17-09-2010, 15:43
Eita...

Parece que a linha Toshiba REGZA UX600U LCD LED americana já está sendo substituída...

Toshiba UL605 (40", 46" e 55")

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/images/multiple_images/item_images/IMG_177996.jpghttp://www.bhphotovideo.com/images/multiple_images/item_images/IMG_177997.jpg

Estão sendo lançados também novos modelos LCD LED 720p da linha SL400 de 19", 22", 26" e 32".




IRVINE, CALIF. - SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
TOSHIBA EXPANDS ITS LED TV LINE-UP TO INCLUDE A BROAD RANGE OF SCREEN SIZES IN NEW ULTRA-THIN CABINETRY
The Toshiba SL400 720p HD and UL605 1080p 120Hz series enhance picture quality and design while creating true consumer value

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of consumer electronics and digital home entertainment products, today announced the availability two new LED HDTV Series for 2010: The UL605 Series with NET TV™ and the compact SL400 Series. Together, the latest models in Toshiba's comprehensive HDTV lineup combine crisp picture quality and slim, stylish looks, with an array of key features that deliver real value into the home.

Before even being powered on, Toshiba's newest sets are sure to create an inviting first impression with beautiful new ultra-thin designs. When the UL605's touch sensitive power control on the frame is pressed, users are welcomed by a vibrant picture with deep blacks and bright whites, courtesy of Toshiba's DynaLight™, which automatically adjusts the LEDs for optimal picture quality.

“Invisible” speakers are paired with Dolby® Digital Plus (UL605) for a richer sound experience. Both series also include a gaming mode that cuts the lag between a remote control button press and the resulting on-screen action, making these sets perfect PC or console gaming TVs.

“The definition of value is having high quality at the right price, and the new Toshiba SL400 and UL605 Series certainly both deliver,” said Scott Ramirez, Vice President of Product Marketing and Development, Television and Digital A/V, Toshiba America Information Systems. “The new ultra-thin cabinetry and crisp LED picture quality combine to provide a best in class product opportunity, perfect for today's educated shopper.”

UL605 Series
The Toshiba UL605 Series LED TV replaces the current UX600 Series, but moves to a new ultra-thin design. It utilizes advanced edge mounted LEDs for exceptional detail, and Toshiba's ClearFrame™ 120Hz technology to greatly reduce motion blur for fast action video.

The UL605 Series has an included Wi-Fi® adapter to make hooking up to a network simple, and Toshiba's NET TV™ suite of streaming content. Available content and entertainment includes the VUDU™ streaming movie service, which offers users over 3,000 HD titles, the largest library of HD movies available anywhere; and the VUDU applications platform, which provides customers with access to a wide range of Internet services and applications including music on demand from Pandora® Internet Radio, access to Facebook® and Twitter®, up-to-the-minute news and updates from The New York Times® and AP Associated Press®, photo browsing through Flickr® and Picasa® Web Albums, and much more. 1

Beyond access to a variety of on-demand content choices, the UL605 Series includes a USB port, and support for DLNA® file sharing. Users can easily watch videos, share and view photos, and listen to music right on the big screen, no matter if the files are stored on a digital camera, a portable drive, a networked PC or elsewhere.

The UL605 Series is available in 55-inch, 46-inch, and 40-inch class screen sizes (measured diagonally at 54.6 inches, 46.0 inches, and 40.0 inches respectively).


SL400 Series
Toshiba's SL400 Series makes it possible to have the high-quality picture and ultra-thin design of a Toshiba LED HDTV in the bedroom, kitchen, or den. With two HDMI®-CEC ports that can be used to control connected CEC devices with just the TV's remote2, and a USB port for sharing photos and music without having to huddle around a computer, the SL400 models promise top quality and features for any application.

The SL400 Series is available in 32-inch, 26-inch, 22-inch, and 19-inch class screen sizes (measured diagonally at 31.5 inches, 26.0 inches, and 21.6 inches, and 18.5 inches respectively).


Pricing and Availability:

55UL605 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $2,499)
46UL605 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $1,699)
40UL605 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $1,399)
32SL400 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $699)
26SL400 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $499)
22SL400 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $399)
19SL400 LED HDTV (available now, SRP $349)

http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/news/newsarticle.asp?newsid=243

Roberto

Robertoy
20-09-2010, 14:43
"O calibration é bom, bom, o calibration é bom, bom, bom."

Infelizmente no comparativo HDTV 2010 a nova Toshiba 55WX800 3D não entrou...(acho que não pôde ser disponibilizada a eles à tempo para o shootout)

Os participantes:

He1YWbzinbk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He1YWbzinbk

Sharp LC-60LE925UN 3D LCD/LED

LG 55LX9500 3D LED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZHtIe5ua3I

Sony KDL-55NX810 3D LED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nr-UQUHHpA

Samsung PN58C8000 3D Plasma & UN55C8000 3D LED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAnLB2xFLi0

Panasonic TC-P58VT25 3D Plasma
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dybVwK7AoOU

Discussão dos resultados do "pau-a-pau":

nsxCN56OWLQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsxCN56OWLQ

Todos os videos:
http://www.youtube.com/user/HDTVShootout
http://www.valueelectronics.com/

Roberto

Robertoy
27-09-2010, 11:29
Toshiba na CEDIA EXPO 2010

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201009/t1_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201009/t2_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201009/t4_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201009/27/26918.html


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRLx0kOX1gM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRLx0kOX1gM

Roberto

Robertoy
28-09-2010, 10:39
Sobre a linha Toshiba REGZA 2010 européia:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2193026&postcount=2174
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=2193281&postcount=2175

Apresentação da linha LCD Toshiba REGZA hoje em Barcelona




INFO: Photos and all the data on the new Toshiba LCDs
15th April 2010 (Toshiba Press / cr)

Toshiba Barcelona has several new LCD series shown in the next few months will be introduced in the - here all the information and pictures:

WL743 Series
http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/55wl743.jpg

Toshiba's new LCD TVs, the WL-Series offer a brilliant picture quality, numerous connectivity options, ease of use and an elegant glossy black case in air Lagoon design. The excellent image quality of the WL743 is "Active Vision M200 HD Pro thanks to" razor-sharp, the films on the big screens (102cm/40 "117cm/46 and 140cm/55'') represents. Both a slim design and low power consumption allows the Edge LED technology. The new televisions have built-in DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-S/S2-Tuner and an HD tuner (H.264) and will be available in June 2010. The reception of encrypted HD + programs is possible via the CI + interface.


http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2321088&viewfull=1#post2321088

Análise alemã com a Toshiba REGZA 55WL743 (LCD LED Edge lit)



TEST: Toshiba LED Edge-LCD 55WL743 - Top performance in all disciplines image

27. September 2010 (cr)

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_55WL743/Front2.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xef_s8YbE34 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xef_s8YbE34)

Conclusion

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_55WL743/komplett_2.jpg

The Toshiba 55WL743 thrilled with his excellent picture when playing Blu-rays. With deep black level, which in the near very good plasma screens is already neutral, authentic color reproduction, outstanding overall image sharpness, enormous plasticity and great attention to detail it pulls all the stops. Worth mentioning EQ is also stable 24p representation. Thanks to the equally rich as is reasonably full-featured video is the advanced users happy, thanks to excellent AutoView feature but rejoices as the buyer, neither the experience nor the inclination has the TV time-consuming to are deviations. Installation, tuning automatically perform AutoView activate - and you can start the fun. With a very good upconversion of SD signals can also boast high-quality finish of the Japanese flat panel display. praise are the low Scalingrauschen and the sovereign de-interlacing, the disturbing steps produced little. The multi-tuner proves by low noise and sharp display also his class. The 55WL743 is extensively equipped with connections very little here is a wish unfulfilled. Even an active subwoofer can be connected directly at the TV, so you can 55WL743 from a small sound system to make cheap, which some claim easily enough for normal. hardly have weak points, but many identify. Even at the price levels may therefore be not criticize, for such an elegant piece of technology such as high-technology are EUR 2,200 will not be too much. But on the edge appeared to criticism. In the menus you will find no help text, the remote is not illuminated, and multimedia can be desirable for the variety of sizes left. In addition, there is a YouTube client and any other Internet-based services, such as Sony, Samsung and Philips will offer competitors. There is therefore room for improvement. With its all round first class image, the ground-breaking video-EQ, the successful processing and comprehensive end connector assembly achieves the 55WL743 last but thoroughly deserved award for our reference 2D LCD TVs with screen sizes of 50 inches.

http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/5049/55wl743.jpg


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Roberto

Robertoy
28-09-2010, 11:14
As LCD LED (mesmo as Edge lit) ainda são + caras?

Bem, as boas e velhas LCD CCFL ainda estão vivas. :legal:

Análise alemã com a Toshiba REGZA 46XV733 (LCD CCFL)



TEST: Toshiba LCD TV 46XV733 - Large image to the interesting price

18. August 2010 (cr)

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba%2046XV733/n_komplett_1.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VNNn9AVvqo

Conclusion

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba%2046XV733/komplett_2.jpg

Image for much less money - so you could bring the application behind the 46XV733 formula in a nutshell in a nutshell. The practical equipped flat screen TV offers impeccable visual properties, regardless of whether one evening times a Blu-ray or wants to watch a television program. Not very populated lush is the multimedia department, although it is laudable that SD card slot and USB terminal are available, but since in any case only image files in JPEG format can be played on both interfaces, is already at least in part the question of meaning. The ease of use and the perfect connection assembly, however, are the benefits of 46-inch model, the Auto View on virtually every site a good figure gives thanks. Even acoustically TV can convince the, by the way, active subwoofer to join one, you can with a small financial effort to build a small sound solution, the claims may well be sufficient for normal.

http://img408.imageshack.us/img408/346/46xv733.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2010/toshiba_46xv733.shtml
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Roberto

Robertoy
28-09-2010, 15:37
Painél LCD LED, sistema 120Hz, muito bom não é?

Bem, mas as boas e velhas (e básicas) LCD CCFL 60Hz (50Hz na europa) FullHD ainda tem mercado. :legal:

Análise da TechRadar com a Toshiba REGZA 40RV753B (A linha RV européia possui modelos de 32", 37" e 40")



Toshiba 40RV753B review

Great value Freeview HD set with detail-boosting picture technology
Last reviewed: 2010-08-10

http://cdn.mos.techradar.com//Review%20images/TechRadar/Home%20Entertainment/Toshiba%2040RV753B/RV-733-series_front-1-728-75.jpg

This year Toshiba has jumped on the DLNA networking bandwagon, and as a result the 40RV753B enables you to stream music, video and photos from Windows 7 laptops.

You'll need to connect the set to your router via Ethernet, or buy an optional Toshiba USB dongle and hook it up wirelessly. The dongle (WLM-10U2) supports 802.11b/a/g/n and will set you back around £60, which is a fairly hefty premium, but it's worth it for the added convenience.

At the heart of the 40RV753B is Meta Brain, the processing engine that pulls all the picture strings. Among the tech under its jurisdiction is Active Vision II, not the souped-up 100Hz or 200Hz versions found inside the SL and WL series respectively.

This aims to improve the picture in four key areas (colour, contrast, movement and detail) without any of the frame-insertion technology designed to reduce motion blur. That leaves the 40RV735B with bog standard 50Hz processing, but at this sort of price that doesn't come as a massive surprise.

Also sheltering under the Meta Brain umbrella is a 're-engineered' version of Resolution+, which is designed to make standard-definition pictures look like high-definition by sharpening up edges and detail in the areas that need it. On previous Toshiba sets the technology hasn't quite lived up to the marketing hype, doing a better job with HD material than SD, so we're keen to see how this new version fares.

Meta Brain also includes Auto View and Dolby Volume. The former uses an ambient light sensor to adjust the backlight automatically to suit to the conditions of the room (dimmer in darkness, brighter in well-lit rooms) while the former keeps the sound at a constant level to prevent aggressive double glazing adverts scaring the bejesus out of you.

On the whole, the 40RV753B's pictures don't dazzle like the best LED TVs, or even the best CCFL sets, but they're still highly enjoyable. Like most LCD TVs, it's at its best with high-definition material.

With standard-definition Freeview programmes, the image is bright and dynamic with surprisingly sharp detail, but there's no escaping the smearing and mosquito noise in the picture.

Camera movements also cause an outbreak of pixel shimmering that impinges on overall clarity. Many of these artefacts stem from the source broadcast but they look slightly more pronounced than we expected.

Luckily, Resolution+ does a terrific job of sharpening up standard-definition images. Fine detail, from the strands of hair on newsreaders' heads to the texture of the table in Dickinson's Real Deal, snaps into focus, bringing a lot more clarity to the overall picture. But even this newly 're-engineered' version can't make the image look anything like high-definition, and in the highest setting it can actually emphasise black and mosquito noise in the picture.

Resolution+ can be applied to hi-def material, too, and when you do it has some unexpected, but very welcome, benefits. Images look even sharper without any unwanted side effects, and with such clean high-quality sources there are no nasty artefacts to exaggerate. It can't do anything to help the afore-mentioned resolution loss with fast movement, though.

The 40RV753B is equipped with Sound Navi technology, which projects sound from the integrated speakers onto the nearest hard surface where it's amplified.

On paper this method doesn't sound too promising, but in practice it works surprisingly well, producing a reasonable amount of bass and clear, audible speech that satisfies the sonic demands of most TV programmes.

But you'll definitely need a home cinema system if movies are on the menu, as the sound isn't loud or expansive enough to do justice to Blu-ray soundtracks. Turn it up loud and you get shrill, fatiguing high-frequencies. The other on-board audio technology, such as Bass Boost and Dolby Volume do exactly what they say on the tin, making this a decent sonic performer overall.

Value

For a set that offers DLNA networking, Freeview HD, plentiful connections and useful picture tech, that £550 price tag is extremely reasonable. In fact it makes the 40RV753B an absolute bargain. A similarly sized set like the Samsung LE40C650 might offer features like 100Hz processing, Internet@TV and more versatile DLNA media streaming, but it's at least £100 more expensive and offers only slightly superior picture quality.

Similarly, the Sharp LC-40CT2E also costs more but offers nowhere near as many features as the Toshiba and provides inferior pictures. So for all the 40RV753B's performance shortcomings, judged against the budget competition it's actually a very impressive proposition.

Verdict:

The 40RV753B might not offer the best LCD pictures we've ever seen, but it would be churlish to complain too vociferously with a price tag this low and a feature list this generous.

With the addition of DLNA media streaming, plus the inclusion of extensive picture adjustments and the ever impressive Resolution+, the 40RV753B has enough tricks up its sleeve to make it feel like great value, particularly when you compare it with the budget competition.

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/Review%20images/TechRadar/Home%20Entertainment/Toshiba%2040RV753B/RV-733-series_front-2-420-90.jpg

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/toshiba-40rv753b-708731/review
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Roberto

Robertoy
29-09-2010, 09:57
A tv Toshiba 3D auto-estereoscópica (3D sem óculos) deverá ser exibida ao público na semana que vem na CEATEC Japan 2010.

http://tech.blorge.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/3D-TV-Glasses.jpg

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/photo/DY20100825102204302L0.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2599279&viewfull=1#post2599279
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2601586&viewfull=1#post2601586



Toshiba to Show No-glasses 3D TV Next Week

Martyn Williams, IDG News
Sep 28, 2010 12:40 pm

Toshiba will unveil a 3D TV on Monday that doesn't require the viewer to wear glasses.

Televisions that can show 3D images have been on sale for less than a year from major manufacturers. All have required that the viewer wear a special pair of glasses.

The glasses are needed because each eye must be presented with a similar but slightly different image so the brain can be tricked into seeing depth where there is none.

In current 3D TVs, images for each eye are displayed rapidly one after the other. Filters in the glasses flash on and off in sync with the TV picture so the right eye sees one image and the left eye sees the next.

Toshiba's new technology does away with the glasses.

Precise details of the technology won't be revealed until Monday, but research by several other companies has relied on a filter placed on top of the TV screen. The filter sends a slightly different image to each eye.

With the filter, the 3D image is projected to a single spot in front of the TV, and the viewer needs to be in that sweet spot to see it. In the past, that's proved a drawback because other viewers wouldn't get the 3D effect. Some companies are trying to change that.

At Germany's Cebit IT fair earlier this year Singapore's Sunny Ocean Studios demonstrated a prototype filter that could send a 3D image to 64 positions around the screen, allowing for considerable flexibility in seating and the number of viewers. (Video of the screen is at YouTube.)

Earlier this year Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun reported that Toshiba would have three TVs featuring the technology on sale in its home market before the end of 2010. One of the TVs will have a 21-inch screen, and will cost the equivalent of a few thousand U.S. dollars, the newspaper said.

Toshiba plans to give the new TVs their first public unveiling at next week's Ceatec IT show, which begins on Tuesday in Chiba, near Tokyo.

Martyn Williams covers Japan and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service. Follow Martyn on Twitter at @martyn_williams. Martyn's e-mail address is martyn_williams@idg.com

http://www.pcworld.com/article/206421/toshiba_to_show_noglasses_3d_tv_next_week.html
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http://www.ceatec.com/2010/en/common/images2/info_date.gif
http://www.ceatec.com/2010/en/5days/detail.html?exh_id=E100028

Roberto

APOLO_br
30-09-2010, 21:16
A Toshiba está apostando muito no 3D auto, não gostei de nenhum dos protótipos que já vi em feiras, mas a promessa é que será bem melhor do que já existiu no passado, se for confirmado isso e vier com um preço atraente, será, pelo menos, um dos trunfos para conquistar o mercado japonês 3D e recuperar a fatia perdida do mercado americano.

abraços, :legal:

Robertoy
01-10-2010, 09:57
Fala aí APOLO_br.

A Toshiba está sim apostando no 3D autostereoscópico, mas não todas as suas fichas.

Pelo que se comenta sobre esses primeiros modelos 3D auto, aparentemente eles deverão utilizar painéis pequenos (comentou-se sobre um modelo com painél de 21").

Claro que essa tecnologia ainda tem muito a ser desenvolvida e por isso a Toshiba investe também em produtos 3D tradicionais ("eu vou de óculos") com tecnologias proprietárias (como o 3D Resolution+ por ex.) como os modelos baseados em engine Meta brain/Regza Engine/Regza Engine Duo (WX800 americana por ex) e modelos baseados no engine CEVO (com "DNA CELL") e engine CELL B.E. (nesse caso, acho que só para o mercado japonês mesmo...).

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20100416/181931/11.JPG

http://www.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/news/20100903/244227/toshiba1.jpg

Roberto

Robertoy
01-10-2010, 13:23
Com a chegada dos novos modelos LCD LED 2D e 3D 2010 o site da Toshiba USA está de cara nova.

http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/5539/toshibausa.jpg

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/6197/toshibausa2.jpg
http://us.toshiba.com/tv

Roberto

Robertoy
04-10-2010, 10:50
Tecnologias apresentadas pela Toshiba na CEATEC JAPAN 2010:




Toshiba Corporation to bring Leading-edge Technologies to CEATEC JAPAN 2010
4 Oct, 2010

TOKYO—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) invites visitors to CEATEC 2010, Japan's biggest consumer electronics show, to experience the company's latest advances in digital technologies and in products and services that makes life easier, more exciting and more enjoyable. Toshiba's 3D[1] TVs without any need for dedicated glasses and the unprecedented level of visual entertainment that they offer will be on display, and are sure to be one of the highlights of CEATEC. Toshiba will also reveal details of its visual products strategy at an October 4 press conference in Makuhari.

CEATEC will run from October 5 to October 9 at Makuhari Messe, and Toshiba will be at booth 2A37.

Major Exhibits of New Technologies

1. Digital Products (Booth 2A37)

(1) 3D TVs without any need for dedicated glasses

The world's first[2] LCD TVs to deliver full 3D without any need for dedicated glasses. "Glasses-less 3D REGZA GL1" series offers two models with screen sizes specifically designed for personal use: the 20-inch 20GL1 and the 12-inch12GL1. The TVs employ an integral imaging system[3] and perpendicular lenticular sheet[4] to display smooth, natural images, and Toshiba's image processing technology to create nine parallax images[5] from the original content and convert it to 3D images. The result is precise rendering of high quality 3D images, whatever the viewing angle within the viewing zone[1]. Both TVs will be available in Japan from the end of December. The 3D technology without glasses will also be demonstrated on a 56-inch TV.

(2) Bringing cloud services to digital content

Toshiba's launch of cloud-based "Regza Apps Connect" will bring an exciting new level of interconnectivity to digital TVs, digital recorders, PCs and smartphones. In the first phase, Toshiba will launch "tag list share," a dedicated service allowing users to tag recommended video scenes, and share information and comments. The service will extend to iPhones and iPads via a dedicated app, with software for the iOS available from the end of October and will operate in the Japanese market.

(3) LCD TV "REGZA" series

(3)-1. CELL REGZA LCD TV Series: Superior 3D capabilities.

CELL REGZA series 3D capabilities[6] include 3D Super Resolution Technology. This takes 3D content delivered by side-by-side system[7], the most widely adopted system for 3D broadcasts, and boosts it to near high definition quality. It also supports 2D3D Conversion Technology[8] that captures and analyzes image composition and movement in 2D content and converts it to 3D in real time, all with precise rendering and natural, high definition images.

(3)-2. REGZA F1 Series: 3D in a sophisticated 29mm deep design.

The F1 Series 3D LED TVs are a sophisticated balance of stylish design and eco-friendly efficiency with a striking 29mm profile, realizing TVs as light as they are stylish. The annual power consumption of the 46F1 model is as low as 160kWh per year, and it uses 33% less packaging materials than other TVs with the same screen size.

(4) New Cloud Service "Toshiba Places"

Toshiba Places is a new online service for delivery of e-books, video and game distribution, and online shopping.

(5) Notebook PC "dynabook"

The latest series of "dynabook" notebook PCs for the Japanese market such as PCs that support 3D with dedicated glasses. A technology demo will feature a 3D PC without glasses. The Folio 100, a tablet PC for the European market, will also be showcased. This 25.7cm (10.1-inch) screen personal media tablet runs on Android 2.2 (Froyo), and supports a rich multimedia experience, including a wide selection of applications and services dedicated to media consumption, web browsing and social networking.

2. Smart Community (Hall 3)

A Toshiba booth in "CEATEC Smart Grid Innovation 2010" will introduce the company's vision to Smart Community. Toshiba is involved in smart solutions from production to consumption, with expertise in smart grids, energy management systems for photovoltaic power generation, and cloud-based energy management systems for homes, buildings and communities.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_10/pr0401.htm
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Sobre as tv´s Toshiba REGZA 3D auto-estereoscópias de 12" e 20" apresentadas na CEATEC Japan 2010.

http://photos.macnn.com/news/1010/toshiba_3d_inline2.jpg

http://photos.macnn.com/news/1010/toshiba_3d_inline1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/140383-3D-sem-uso-de-%C3%B3culos-%C3%A9-poss%C3%ADvel?p=2685430&viewfull=1#post2685430

Roberto

Robertoy
04-10-2010, 15:01
O modelo 20GL1 com resolução 1280x720:

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/397/954/tos1_04.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/397/954/tos1m06.jpg

E o processador CELL utilizado nela (nesse caso, não sei se seria exatamente o CELL B.E. do PS3 ou uma variação...):

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/397/954/tos1m07.jpg

Demonstração de modelo 3D auto-estereoscópico de 56" com resolução 4K2K (esse apenas para demonstração, aparentemente sem planos de comercialização a curto prazo...)

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/397/954/tos1_13.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/20101004_397954.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
05-10-2010, 09:52
All-in-One Toshiba Qosmio D710. "Mini me inside"?... :bD

http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/6370/austinpowers301.jpg

http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/413/42779551.jpg

http://image.itmedia.co.jp/pcuser/articles/1010/05/l_si_d710-02.jpg
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Roberto

Robertoy
18-10-2010, 08:37
Parceria Toshiba e TCL na China para o mercado de tv´s LCD.

Joint Venture entre as empresas na China (51% Toshiba, 49% TCL)

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg


http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20100716VL200.html

No Brasil a Tectoy tem parceria com a TCL:

http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/1962/tectoytcl.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/115406-T%C3%81-VENDO-PARA-OS-QUE-DUVIDARAM-O-CBHD-J%C3%81-CHEGOU-NA-INGLATERRA!!-E-AGORA-JOS%C3%89?p=1980744&viewfull=1#post1980744 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/115406-T%C3%81-VENDO-PARA-OS-QUE-DUVIDARAM-O-CBHD-J%C3%81-CHEGOU-NA-INGLATERRA%21%21-E-AGORA-JOS%C3%89?p=1980744&viewfull=1#post1980744)

E a Toshiba tem parceria com a Semp na Joint Venture Semp Toshiba.

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2521411&viewfull=1#post2521411

Depois da parceria com a TCL na China na produção de tv´s lcd, agora também parceria com a Konka para redução de custos de produção.



Toshiba to outsource LCD TVs to China-based Konka
Siu Han, Taipei; Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES [Monday 18 October 2010]

Toshiba plans to increase its LCD TV outsourcing to 10 million units in 2011 and is reportedly to outsource 700,000 LCD TVs to China-based TV maker Konka for the Middle East and South America markets, according to market sources.

Toshiba has been controlling its production costs though outsourcing LCD TVs to Taiwan-based manufacturers, and the vendor is expected to ship 15 million LCD TVs in 2010, accounting for 7% of the global LCD TV market.

Eyeing the potential of China's LCD TV market, Toshiba announced plans to set up a joint venture with China-based LCD TV vendor TCL for OEM and sales business with a capital of 50 million yuan (US$7.52 million). Toshiba has a 51% stake in the joint venture. Toshiba plans to expand its sales offices to 10,000 sites in China by the end of 2012 and increase its market share to 5% in 2015, from 2% currently.

Japan-based LCD TV vendors such as Sony and Toshiba continue to increase their outsourcing in order to lower production costs. Toshiba's outsourced orders accounted for about 30% of its total shipments in 2009, an the company is expected to ship 15 million units in 2010, of which about 50% will be outsourced. For 2011, Toshiba's outsourced orders are expected to reach 10 million units, which is about 70% of the vendor's total shipments. Compal Electronics will remain as Toshiba's largest manufacturer and mainly produces mainstream models, TPV Technology will mainly produce models for Europe. AU Optronics' (AUO's) subsidiary BriView Electronics has reportedly landed orders from Toshiba for 2-3 million units.

http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20101018PD205.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
18-10-2010, 16:24
A tecnologia 3D sem óculos ainda precisa evoluir bastante e baratear.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzZk03O06wE

Mas como comentou um gringo:

"Um pequeno passo para TV, um salto gigante para o pornô"

"One small step for TV, one giant leap for porn"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHM0-Abw5MA

Huahuahua!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fok9ie1itw

Roberto

Robertoy
19-10-2010, 08:36
A tecnologia 3D sem óculos ainda precisa evoluir bastante e baratear.


A Samsung tem a mesma opinião e segundo ela, deve levar ainda pelo menos uns 5, 10 anos para que questões técnicas sejam aperfeiçoadas e possam permitir a produção em massa e a preços mais acessíveis.



Samsung: Glasses-Free 3D TV Unlikely in Next 5-10 Years

BY JUNG-AH LEE AND DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI

SEOUL–Samsung Electronics Co., the world's largest flat-screen television maker by shipments, said glasses-free three-dimensional TV sets won't be a common household item in the next five to 10 years because technical hurdles still exist before such TVs can be mass-produced at an affordable price.


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704361504575551882741451978.html

Roberto

Robertoy
21-10-2010, 07:52
O novo player Blu-ray de entrada da Toshiba no Japão.

Toshiba REGZA SD-BD2



SD-BD2, Toshiba Japan new entry level BD player

http://www.akihabaranews.com/wp-content/uploads//images/6/66/67166/1.jpg

Expected in early-November in Japan, and priced at around 20,000 Yen, the new Toshiba Blu-Ray player, SD-BD2, is a simple yet powerful Blu-Ray player. This unit supports AVCHD Video on SD or SDCH Cards, as well as MP3 or JPEG files, and also supports of Dolby NR TrueHD and with a 20W power consumption powered on and only 1W on standby.

http://en.akihabaranews.com/67166/home-entertainment/sd-bd2-toshiba-japan-new-entry-level-bd-player
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/sd-bd2/index_j.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
29-10-2010, 15:25
Análise italiana com a Toshiba REGZA 40VL748G

Este é um dos primeiros modelos a aplicar parte do conceito "Toshiba Hollywood Project" onde se busca uma imagem fiel à imaginada pelo diretor do filme.

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp5.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2417199&viewfull=1#post2417199
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2635261&viewfull=1#post2635261



Toshiba’s Hollywood Project

To offer the complete home theatre experience Toshiba has started the Hollywood Project to enhance the picture quality of Toshiba’s REGZA TVs even further, and will successively integrate even more innovative technologies into upcoming models.

The director of a movie wants to ensure that the audience sees the information as originally intended – both in the cinema as well as at home on the TV screen. This requirement not only affects the plot of a video but also affects the colour decoding, gamma correction or the colour temperature. To ensure that viewers experience movies and TV shows as originally intended by their creators, the TV screen must have the same imaging characteristics as the monitor on which the content was produced and confirmed in the post-production stage.

The Movie Mode, the Hollywood Mode and the Expert Settings were part of the Hollywood Project and have now become part of the TV’s feature set.

o Hollywood Mode / Movie Mode

This mode offers a picture preset that has specific characteristics similar to the look of a
monitor on which content is produced during the post-production process. Colour temperature, colour decoding, gamma correction and signal processing are optimized to closely match system standards as defined by standardisation institutes like ITU (International Telecommunication Union), SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and EBU (European Broadcasting Union) and ensure a clean and pure pass through of the signal.

The Hollywood Mode is an advancement of the Movie Mode. While the Movie Mode offers a single set of preset parameters, the Hollywood Mode comes with two presets – one for daylight (Hollywood Mode 1) and one designed for reduced ambient light at night time (Hollywood Mode 2). The Hollywood Mode will be integrated in the latest Toshiba premium devices starting with the VL748 and WL768 series.

http://pt.press.toshiba.eu/pt/download/Toshiba_2D_3D_PictureQuality.pdf?file=L2NvbnRlbnQv cHJlc3MvaW5mb3JtYWNhb191dGlsL1Rvc2hpYmFfMkRfM0RfUG ljdHVyZVF1YWxpdHkucGRm

A idéia é boa e tomara que esse projeto seja aperfeiçoado constantemente, afinal, é ruim assistir por exemplo "Matrix":

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_eXA1mwtxYV8/TBAnbSK4n7I/AAAAAAAAAm0/t6WhZ3OiFZw/s1600/matrix01.jpg

http://www.ixbt.com/editorial/toshiba-barcelona/slide-5-600.jpg



Ja pensou voce assistindo Matrix, que é um filme frio, todo zuado, com a paleta de cores totalmente diferente da sua proposta original com cores quentes e fortes?

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/133033-Samsung-42-PL42C450?p=2622441&viewfull=1#post2622441

com cores a la "Restart"... Huahuahua :hilario:.

http://www.fashionbubbles.com/files/2010/06/restartlastfm-433x450.jpg


http://www.dday.it/userFiles/FCK/products/1315/VL748_shark_front.jpg

http://www.dday.it/userFiles/FCK/products/1315/retro.jpg

http://www.dday.it/userFiles/FCK/products/1315/interno.jpg

[/URL]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q--farkrQmU
[URL]http://www.dday.it/prodotti/1315/Toshiba-40VL748G.html (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q--farkrQmU)
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Roberto

Robertoy
05-11-2010, 08:04
Análise da About.com com o player Blu-ray 3D Toshiba BDX3000

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/q/X/1/toshibabdx3000frontacc890.jpg

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/r/X/1/toshibabdx3000insidefront890.jpg

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/s/X/1/toshibabdx3000insiderear890.jpg

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/c/X/1/toshibabdx3000rearconnect890.jpg
http://hometheater.about.com/b/2010/11/04/toshiba-bdx3000-3d-compatible-and-network-enabled-blu-ray-disc-player-product-review.htm
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Nos Estados Unidos o Toshiba BDX3000 pode ser encontrado por $200.
http://electronics.pricegrabber.com/blu-ray-players/Toshiba-BDX3000-BLU-RAY-DISC/m809306505.html/search=toshiba+bdx3000/st=query

http://us.toshiba.com/images/products/bluray-bdx3000-600-05.jpg
http://us.toshiba.com/video-electronics/blu-ray-players/bdx3000

Roberto

Robertoy
09-11-2010, 08:03
Análise da Home Theater com o player Blu-ray (2D) Toshiba BDX2700 (Wi-Fi 802.11n embutido)

http://www.hometheatermag.com/images/archivesart/1110toshbd.1.jpg

http://www.hometheatermag.com/images/archivesart/1110toshbd.bac.jpg

A performance em Blu-ray foi considerada muito boa.

Sobre o upscale em DVD, também foi considerada muito boa e na análise comenta-se que o upscale não chega no mesmo nível de um Oppo BDP-83 num projetor de 76.5", mas numa plasma de 50" fica mais difícil notar a diferença de qualidade de upscale entre os 2 aparelhos segundo o analista.

http://www.hometheatermag.com/images/archivesart/1110toshbd.vid.jpg

http://www.hometheatermag.com/images/archivesart/1110toshbd.rat.jpg
http://www.hometheatermag.com/discplayers/toshiba_bdx2700_blu-ray_player/index.html
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Nos Estados Unidos o Toshiba BDX2700 pode ser encontrado por $160.
http://electronics.pricegrabber.com/blu-ray-players/Toshiba-BDX2700-BLU-RAY-DISC/m785474213.html/search=toshiba+bdx2700/st=product/sv=price_range
http://us.toshiba.com/video-electronics/blu-ray-players/bdx2700

Roberto

Robertoy
09-11-2010, 16:44
Já que o italiano Hunterfoxer fez uma citação para o tópico da Toshiba aqui no HTForum:
http://multiplayer.it/forum/hdtv-home-theater/556611-%5Bthread-ufficiale%5D-toshiba-wl768-zl1-new-series.html#post8155904

Abaixo o tópico criado por ele para as Toshiba no site multiplayer.it :legal::

[Thread Ufficiale] Toshiba WL768, ZL1 e new series (http://multiplayer.it/forum/hdtv-home-theater/556611-%5Bthread-ufficiale%5D-toshiba-wl768-zl1-new-series.html)

http://www.toshiba.ca/web/en/images/TalesTriumph/Legends-Banner.jpg

Roberto

Robertoy
10-11-2010, 15:56
http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp5.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2417199&viewfull=1#post2417199
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2635261&viewfull=1#post2635261


http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2742358&viewfull=1#post2742358

Na Toshiba europa, comentários sobre os recursos "Toshiba Hollywood Project":


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNqEIEsxLBs

"Intelligent 3D" e "3D Resolution+" nas LCD LED REGZA 3D:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNejkwBC8QQ

Roberto

Robertoy
11-11-2010, 08:42
Rapais...

Vai aí um NAS com suporte para até 4 hdd´s de 2TB cada ligado a uma tv Toshiba REGZA?

BUFFALO LS-QVL/R5

http://en.akihabaranews.com/wp-content/uploads/images/8/98/71598/001.jpg

http://en.akihabaranews.com/wp-content/uploads/images/8/98/71598/004.jpg
http://en.akihabaranews.com/71598/storage/buffalo-announces-high-spec-nas

Roberto

Robertoy
13-11-2010, 00:33
Black Friday: Player Blu-ray Toshiba BDX1100 por $60 na Best Buy.

http://static.product-reviews.net/wp-content/uploads/toshiba-blu-ray-disc-player-bdx1100-best-buy-black-friday.jpg
http://www.product-reviews.net/2010/11/12/toshiba-blu-ray-disc-player-bdx1100-best-buy-black-friday/

O preço normal é de $100:
http://electronics.pricegrabber.com/blu-ray-players/Toshiba-BDX1100-BLU-RAY-DISC/m806892113.html/search=toshiba+bdx1100/st=product/sv=price_range

http://us.toshiba.com/images/showcase/products/blu-ray-players/bdx1100.png
http://us.toshiba.com/video-electronics/blu-ray-players/bdx1100

Ele deve ser igual ao japonês Toshiba REGZA SD-BD2:

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/images/10b/eyecatch_bd2.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2722765&viewfull=1#post2722765

Roberto

Robertoy
17-11-2010, 01:33
Análise da About.com com a Toshiba 46WX800U Cinema Series 3D

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/G/a/1/toshiba46wx800ufrontview890e.jpg
http://hometheater.about.com/od/televisionproductreviews/fr/Toshiba-46wx800u-Cinema-Series-3d-led-Lcd-Nettv-Review.htm
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Roberto

Alui
22-11-2010, 00:47
Robertoy,

Você sabe onde poderia encontrar reviews das CELL REGZA SERIES X2,X2E e X1.

Robertoy
22-11-2010, 09:12
Alui,

Análises com as Toshiba CELL REGZA acho que só pesquisando em sites do Japão...

Roberto

Robertoy
23-11-2010, 23:12
Análise da Big Picture Sound com o player Blu-ray Toshiba BDX2500 (Wi-Fi Ready)




Toshiba BDX2500 Blu-ray Player Review

http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/artman2/uploads/2/Tosh_bluray-bdx2500-600-03.jpg

Turn-Ons:

* Excellent processing for Blu-ray and DVD
* Excellent price
* Good performance with streaming services
* Scaling detail is fantastic

Turn-Offs:

* Limited streaming options
* Lacks 3D Support
* Doesn't like Date Night (then again... who does?)

Final Thoughts

I'd like to use the word "plucky" to describe the BDX2500. It's an inexpensive Blu-ray player by a company historically opposed to everything BD stands for (i.e. Sony). Yet it sports some fantastic video processing, upconverts SD with aplomb, and generally works really well. It may not have some of the features of more expensive players, or their depths of streaming content and providers, but even given that, I'd highly recommend the BDX2500.

Features and Specifications

* Video Upconversion: 720p/1080i/1080p
* Digital Cinema Progressive
* Supported Audio Formats: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD, DTS, DTS HD, MP3, WMA LPCM
* Convenience: BD-Live (Profile 2.0), BonusView
* Wi-Fi Ready
* Internet Streaming: Netflix, Blockbuster on Demand, VUDU, Pandora
* Unit Dimensions: 16.93" x 2.32" x 8.27" inches
* Unit Weight: 3.74 lbs.
* MSRP: $179.99


http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/Toshiba-BDX2500-Review.shtml
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Nos Estados Unidos o Toshiba BDX2500 pode ser encontrado por $115.
http://electronics.pricegrabber.com/blu-ray-players/Toshiba-BDX2500-BLU-RAY/m778888494.html/search=bdx2500/st=product/sv=image
http://us.toshiba.com/video-electronics/blu-ray-players/bdx2500

O adaptador Wi-Fi é encontrado por $40.
http://www.pricegrabber.com/p__Toshiba_WIFI_ADAPTOR_f_BDX2500,__817221558//search=bdx2500/st=product/sv=image

Roberto

Robertoy
24-11-2010, 13:48
Alui,

Abaixo alguns comentários sobre a Toshiba CELL REGZA 55X2

Interessante que as CELL REGZA utilizam painél VA.

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/570/570448/top_588x.jpg

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/569/569527/55X2_LF_hi_0722_o_.jpg

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/570/570398/CELLREGZA2_o_.jpg

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/570/570399/CELLREGZA3_o_.jpg

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/570/570394/
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Roberto

Robertoy
26-11-2010, 08:15
Depois da Sony, Toshiba e Vizio também devem apresentar os seus modelos de tv´s Google TV na CES 2011.



Toshiba, Vizio seen unveiling Google TV sets in January

Toshiba and Vizio may join Google TV push at CES

Toshiba and Vizio may be the next to sign on to Google TV, a new leak alleged today. Both would unveil devices at the CES expo in January, likely focusing on TV sets. Neither company would confirm plans to Bloomberg, but Toshiba America's digital GM Jeff Barney strongly hinted at the plans.

"Google certainly is a key partner for us on the PC side and will likely be key for us on the TV side as well," he said.

The Google TV launch this year has been relatively low key and saw just Logitech's Revue and Sony's Internet TV and matching Blu-ray player reach the US. Toshiba and Vizio would significantly expand the platform's reach and may be followed by Samsung, although it would only say on the latest subject that Google TV is "under consideration."

Companies may face trouble getting acceptance, however, as most studios block Google TV from watching web video. The policies have left relatively few major American TV networks allowing the TV browser access and in many cases have defeated the main purpose of Google TV, which was to unify web video and regular TV.


http://www.electronista.com/articles/10/11/25/toshiba.and.vizio.may.join.google.tv.push.at.ces/



Toshiba To Launch Google TV at CES

By David Richards | Friday | 26/11/2010
Toshiba who yesterday revealed new wireless enabled premium TVs in Australia along with a a range of "value" models that are DLNA certified is tipped to introduce a new Google TV at the 2011 CES show in Las Vegas.

Rob Wilkinson, the General Manger of Toshiba's Information Systems Division in Australia said that Toshiba was in an excellent position to deliver a new generation of IPTV enabled TVs due to their knowledge of both the PC and TV industries.

It's tipped that Toshiba will unveil their new Google TV at a press event on the day before CES kicks off in January 2011.

Currently Sony is the only TV manufacturer to have delivered a Google TV which uses the Android OS to deliver content to a display screen.

In a demonstration yesterday, Toshiba Australia used an Android based Smartphone to move content over a wireless network from one TV to another. They were also able to demonstrate YouTube video streaming across multiple TVs using their new Resolution Plus technology which up-scales YouTube type videos to HD quality.

A new image is then down scaled to see the differences between the new image and the original SD image with differences between the two images detected and removed. This process for up-scaling and downscaling occurs 3 times.

Some TV companies are believed to have put on hold their plans to launch a Google TV after US TV networks stopped Google getting access to their programs.

The support of Toshiba would give a boost to Google who is counting on the product to parlay its dominance in online search advertising into a foothold in broadcast advertising.

In a statement issued yesterday Google said: "Our long-term goal is to collaborate with a broad community of consumer electronics manufacturers to help drive the next generation, TV-watching experience."


http://smarthouse.com.au/TVs_And_Large_Display/Industry/A8K6K2R3

Roberto

Robertoy
02-12-2010, 08:18
http://www.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/news/20100903/244227/toshiba1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray/page157

Toshiba lança primeiro modelo com engine CEVO ENGINE no mercado asiático (REGZA 55ZL800 3D) e tv´s LCD de 24" e 32" com bateria interna com autonomia de 2 horas.




Strengthen the ASEAN market TV business

The world's first LCD TV with Battery power is also available for viewing during a power outage
November 29, 2010

We have a new strategy for the TV business growing economies in ASEAN Countries, introducing the new product line-up of high-value models and community-based model. Our television operations in Singapore in April 2010 "Ajiaheddokuota" will strengthen the marketing and sales for the ASEAN region was established, the products have been developed specifically for the ASEAN region, we six countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam), and by deploying new products, 20 share in fiscal 2011 percent in the ASEAN region aims.

This time, we consider the characteristics of products and the ASEAN region "Power TV (TV Power) series as a" weak area of radio reception sensitivity (weak field region) to support, even in areas with unstable power supply by battery stable and can listen to "PC1" and then released."PC1", as LCD TVs for consumer products is the world's first battery for a note. RF can always pleasant to receive TV programs in an integrated booster 2, you can watch up to two hours to switch from battery power even when unexpected power outages.

As a value-added products, "CELL REGZA" ahead of the ASEAN market with the West inherited the concept of top model. This release "55ZL800" The newly developed "CEVO ENGINE (engine Shibo)" carried, "CELL REGZA" adopted "Mega Panel LED" It reduces the image quality and 3D-enabled synergistically model. In addition, both models of design and environmental performance "WL700 series" also expand.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_11/j2901/55ZL800_web.JPG

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2010_11/pr_j2901.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-12-2010, 14:47
Mais detalhes sobre as tv´s Toshiba REGZA com CEVO ENGINE e as tv´s com "battery inside" do mercado asiático.

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201011/ZL800_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201011/CEVO2_big.jpg

Já pensou a patroa assistindo aos capítulos finais de Passione ou o maridão assistindo as finais do brasileirão e vem um apagão? A Toshiba tem a solução. Battery inside meu irmão. :bD

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201011/PowerTV-merit_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201011/powerTV_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201011/29/27395.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
05-12-2010, 23:11
Semicondutores: Toshiba vai projetar chips no Brasil em 2011
Publicado por Mário Nagano em 05/12/2010 – 09:05

http://zumo.uol.com.br/2010/12/05/semicondutores-toshiba-vai-projetar-chips-no-brasil-em-2011/

Mercado Digital | 23.JUL - 21:00 | Atualizado em 19.10 - 07:38

O primeiro passo de uma fábrica de US$ 3 bilhões
Saiba como foram as negociações da Semp Toshiba com seu parceiro japonês no projeto que pode culminar - em longo prazo - na produção de chips no Brasil

A Tropa de Elite brasileira

http://content-portal.istoedinheiro.com.br/istoeimagens/imagens/mi_529094681493218.jpg
http://www.istoedinheiro.com.br/noticias/29293_O+PRIMEIRO+PASSO+DE+UMA+FABRICA+DE+US+3+BILH OES

Roberto

Helio.
06-12-2010, 12:03
Já pensou a patroa assistindo aos capítulos finais de Passione ou o maridão assistindo as finais do brasileirão e vem um apagão? A Toshiba tem a solução. Battery inside meu irmão. :bD

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201011/PowerTV-merit_big.jpg

A bateria dura cerca de duas horas. O suficiente para acabar o jogo ou a novela. Mas nunca a novela e o jogo! :p :p :p

Robertoy
06-12-2010, 13:09
A bateria dura cerca de duas horas. O suficiente para acabar o jogo ou a novela. Mas nunca a novela e o jogo! :p :p :p
É verdade Helio.

Nesse caso, só mesmo com uma tv na sala com a patroa vendo a novela e outra tv no quarto para o maridão ver o jogo...(ligando a tv do quarto só depois da bateria da tv da sala abrir o bico...)

Mas 2 horas de autonomia da bateria está bom para quebrar um galho. :legal:

Roberto

Robertoy
06-12-2010, 13:30
Date: 6th Dec 2010

Toshiba establish chip design JV with Brazil's VBC

Toshiba Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the establishment of a semiconductor design house joint venture (JV) with the Wernher von Braun Center for Advanced Research (VBC), one of Brazil's leading electronics engineering research institutes, and Semp Toshiba Informática Ltda. (STI), a Brazilian Toshiba affiliate.

Under the scope of the MOU, the three organizations will execute a definitive agreement and establish the JV, which will design semiconductors for applications in Brazil, by the end of March 2011. The new JV will be capitalized at US$4 million, with an ownership ratio of VBC 10%, STI 60% and Toshiba 30%.

Commenting on the JV, Mr. Shozo Saito, Corporate Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the Electronics Devices & Components Group, Toshiba Corporation, said: "Last January, Toshiba welcomed twenty Brazilian semiconductor engineers to our training center in Japan for five months of intensive training in semiconductor design engineering. We also have two semiconductor design engineers in Brazil now, for the year starting last March, supporting training of semiconductor engineers. Given this, we believe the time is right for establishing a design house in a JV with key partners. We look forward to the design center's successful establishment and operation, and to the contributions we expect it to make to the nurturing of a Brazilian semiconductor industry."

In April 2006, the Japanese and Brazilian governments signed a memorandum of understanding on the introduction of an ISDB-T-based digital television system in Brazil, and the enhancement of the Brazilian electric and electronics industry in relation to the television system. In line with this, the two countries are cooperating in executing a roadmap for cultivating a semiconductor industry, under the Brazilian government's "IC Project".

Toshiba undertook a survey of the potential for a semiconductor industry in Brazil and found that the initial steps required were to train people to build and drive forward the industry and to strengthen design capabilities. The company has supported this, and the inter-government project, by training Brazilian engineers in Japan, and, under the auspices of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), by despatching two engineers to Brazil.


http://www.eeherald.com/section/news/nws201012068.html
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Toshiba forms IC venture in Brazil
December 06, 2010 | Mark LaPedus | 222904918

http://eetimes.eu/imf/images/02-picture-library/wafer.jpg?mask=151x112.png

Japan's Toshiba Corp. has signed a memorandum of understanding on the establishment of a semiconductor design house joint venture with the Wernher von Braun Center for Advanced Research (VBC), one of Brazil's electronics engineering research institutes, and Semp Toshiba Informática Ltda. (STI), a Brazilian Toshiba affiliate.

The three organizations will execute a definitive agreement and establish the venture, which will design semiconductors for applications in Brazil, by the end of March 2011. The new venture will be capitalized at $4 million, with an ownership ratio of VBC 10 percent, STI 60 percent and Toshiba 30 percent.

In April 2006, the Japanese and Brazilian governments signed a memorandum of understanding on the introduction of an ISDB-T-based digital television system in Brazil. In line with this, the two countries are cooperating in executing a roadmap for cultivating a semiconductor industry, under the Brazilian government's "IC Project."

For some time, Brazil has been trying to get a chip industry off the ground. The Brazilian government has sunk some $250 million into Brazilian chip maker Ceitec, which last year announced its first product, an RFID tag for cattle raising. At a grand opening ceremony for the 6-inch fab in Porte Alegre in February, Brazilian officials—including then-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and current President Dilma Rousseff—outlined their ambitions for Brazil's budding chip industry, with a focus on Ceitec as a linchpin to lure Brazilian nationals working in the semiconductor industry abroad back home.


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Campinas terá centro de design de semicondutores
06 de dezembro de 2010 • 13h24 • atualizado às 13h25

A Toshiba Corporation do Japão anunciou na última sexta-feira que pretende abrir uma "design house" de semicondutores em Campinas, interior de SP, em uma parceria com a Semp Toshiba Informática (STI) e o instituto de pesquisas em eletrônica Wernher von Braun Center for Advanced Research (VBC).

O investimento na "design house", que vai criar semicondutores para aplicações locais, será de US$ 4 milhões, de acordo com um memorando de intenções assinado na semana passada entre as empresas. O projeto será instalado com participação de 60% da STI, 30% da Toshiba e 10% da VBC. O centro de design vai projetar semicondutores, mas não fabricar esses chips.

"Esperamos que as contribuições do centro de design ajudem a gerar uma indústria brasileira de semicondutores", dise Shozo Saito, vice-presidente corporativo da Toshiba, em um comunicado.

Desde o começo do ano, engenheiros da STI fizeram intercâmbio na Toshiba japonesa para treinamento em design de semicondutores, de acordo com as empresas. O lançamento do centro de design de semicondutores vem ao encontro de uma parceria dos governos japonês e brasileiro em torno do padrão de TV digital feito em 2006.


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Roberto

Robertoy
07-12-2010, 21:03
A bateria com autonomia de até 2 horas nas tv´s Toshiba LCD LED PC1 de 24" e 32":

http://tech2.in.com/media/images/2010/Dec/img_276532_pc1-battery-hr.jpg
http://tech2.in.com/india/news/lcd-tvs/toshiba-unleashes-multiple-tv-models/159052/0

http://www.thehindu.com/multimedia/dynamic/00303/TH07_TOSHIBA_303518f.jpg
http://www.thehindu.com/business/companies/article935902.ece

Battery Aziz...Huahuahuahua! :hilario:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw1vScK-o7U

Roberto

Robertoy
13-12-2010, 23:22
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2506/toshibaapple.jpg

Depois do cascaio da Apple com memórias Nand flash da Toshiba:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2084401&viewfull=1#post2084401

Cascaio da Apple também em parte do investimento de 1,2 bilhão de dólares na construção de fábrica de painéis LCD pequenos da Toshiba.

Claro que (grande) parte da produção vai ficar reservada para os iPhones.



Toshiba said building LCD display factory to supply iPhone 6
updated 02:15 pm EST, Mon December 13, 2010

Toshiba spending 1.2b for iPhone LCD plant

Toshiba is building a large factory dedicated primarily to making LCDs for Apple, Nikkei said today. The Japanese firm would spend about $1.19 billion to make small LCDs and would primarily supply high resolution, low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) LCDs for iPhones. Apple is directly involved and will help fund the plant, the daily said.

Construction would start in early 2011 and would wrap up in time for production to start in the second half of the same year. Toshiba hasn't confirmed any details.

The timing would roughly correlate to the first results of the factory arriving in 2012, with the sixth-generation iPhone or expanded production of the fifth-generation model getting the first results. No mention has been made as to whether it would be a technological improvement or if it would simply supplement existing production; the new factory would be a more than twofold jump over the 8.55 million small LCDs Toshiba currently makes per month.

Apple may need the capacity regardless of its intentions. It has a multi-year deal with LG Display that includes the 640x960 Retina Display on the iPhone 4, but the advanced screen may have contributed to shortages as LG struggled to keep up with demand. A similar effect occurred for the iPad and reportedly led to Apple farming out production to Samsung to help cope with sales.

http://www.electronista.com/articles/10/12/13/toshiba.spending.12b.for.iphone.lcd.plant/

Rumor: Apple vai dar uma forcinha para a Toshiba poder fabricar mais LCDs de iPhones

http://macmagazine.com.br/2010/12/13/rumor-apple-vai-dar-uma-forcinha-para-a-toshiba-poder-fabricar-mais-lcds-de-iphones/

Roberto

Robertoy
16-12-2010, 09:16
Negócio da China.

Toshiba buscando cascaio chinês com o lançamento de vários modelos de tv´s LCD, incluindo o modelo 55X1000C, que deve se baseado no novo engine CEVO Engine (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray/page157).



Toshiba to Beef Up TV Business in China
Dec 16, 2010 15:53
Naoki Tanaka, Tech-On!

The 55X1000C, a 55-inch LCD TV to be released in China
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Toshiba Corp is planning to reinforce its TV business in the Chinese market by expanding its line of LCD TVs.

It aims to increase the sales volume by four times on a year-over-year basis to two million units in fiscal 2011.

To expand the product line, Toshiba will introduce high-value added models in addition to the high cost-performance ratio models released in October 2010. In late December 2010, it will launch the "55X1000C," a 55-inch LCD TV equipped with the same high image and sound quality technologies as used for the "Cell Regza" (the top-end model in the Japanese market), for the first time in a foreign market.

Including the 55X1000C, Toshiba is planning to release 24 models of nine series to meet various needs in the Chinese market.

As in the case of the Cell Regza, the 55X1000C comes with the "Mega LED Panel," which realizes a peak brightness of 1,000cd/m2, and the "new Regza Engine," a video processing circuit developed by Toshiba. The TV displays high-contrast images by dividing its screen into 512 areas and controlling the brightness of backlight for each area in accordance with images. A total of 3,072 LEDs are used for the backlight source.

Toshiba also plans to expand its sales network. Toshiba and TCL Corp, a China-based home electronics maker, established Toshiba Visual Products (China) Co Ltd, a sales joint venture for the Chinese market, and started its operations Oct 1, 2010.

Expecting that TV sales will extend from coastal areas to cities in internal regions, Toshiba intends to increase the number of volume retailers and electric appliance shops selling its products from the current 2,200 to 15,000 in fiscal 2013.

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20101216/188190/
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A Toshiba tem parceria com as empresas chinesas TCL e Konka:

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2714715&viewfull=1#post2714715

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Robertoy
17-12-2010, 16:23
Análise da Big Picture Sound com o player Blu-ray 3D Toshiba BDX3000



Toshiba BDX3000 3D Network Blu-ray Disc Player Review
By Greg Robinson http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/images/3halfstars.gif
Edited by Chris Boylan

Who's Laughing Now?

"The war's long done. We're all just folk now."
Captain Malcolm Reynolds

On April 18, 2006 Universal Studios Home Entertainment shipped its first HD DVD title, Serenity, Joss Whedon's superb follow-up to the ill-fated gem that was TV's "Firefly." The quotation above is taken from that film, and it seems fitting as I sit here poring over Toshiba's latest and greatest Blu-ray Disc player, the BDX3000. Toshiba and its HD DVD format may have failed to best Blu-ray in the high definition format war, but that hasn't stopped Toshiba from re-grouping, moving forward, and giving us a fast, handsome Blu-ray Disc player that gets a lot of things right without making too large a dent in the wallet.

Consumers currently shopping for a Blu-ray Disc player are looking for solid 2D performance, 3D readiness, integrated wireless, and most importantly - for some, at least - they're looking for Netflix, and myriad internet streaming applications such as Vudu and Pandora. If that describes you, then you'll want to read on as Toshiba's BDX3000 may just be the one you've been waiting for.

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Picture This

After verifying that the BDX3000 was outputting 1080p video, I queued up the DVD and Blu-ray ediitons of IDT's HQV Bechmark 2.0 disc and jumped right into test pattern evaluation. (Note: when evaluating a Blu-ray Disc or DVD player's video process prowess, make sure it's outputting progressive video. You want to be sure that the deinterlacing your seeing is being handled by the player and not your TV.)

On the Video Resolution and Film Resolution tests, the BDX3000 did an excellent job of keeping the rotating white bars smooth and solid during their revolutions and Old Glory revealed only the slightest of stair-stepping as it flapped in the breeze. 3:2 cadence was locked down quickly during the race car lap test, though the 2:2 clip showed some moire noise in the grandstands. Ringing was not apparent and object edges looked crisp during the Resolution Enhancement clips.

Real world viewing material looked fantastic on the BDX3000. Watching the first 30 minutes of I Am Legend on Blu-ray, I was routinely impressed by the 1080p image put forth by the Toshiba. The interior of Will Smith's fortress apartment revealed wonderful image detail in the kitchen while Sam the dog's fur showed clearly-delineated texture. Watching the Gladiator DVD, I was quite impressed by the Toshiba's steady handling of the tricky coliseum flyover near the close of chapter 12.

Turn-Ons:

* Blazing fast system boot time of < 6 seconds
* Netflix, Vudu, Blockbuster & Pandora = good times
* Excellent de-interlacing and video performance
* Analog multi-channel audio outputs

Turn-Offs:

* No YouTube, no Hulu Plus, no Picasa, No Facebook
* Remote lacks backlighting and is confusing in the dark
* No audio-only HDMI 1.3 output
* Front panel touch controls are moody; can't use Open if unit is off

Final Thoughts

It should be apparent to anyone who reads consumer electronics reviews that no product is perfect. It's always about trade-offs and compromise. For every nine things a product gets right, there's always going to be at least one thing that annoys you and keeps you from calling it a perfect ten. The BDX3000 gets a lot of things right - a whole lot - and it has quickly earned a spot near the top of my recommended Blu-ray players list. If not for the irksome front panel touch controls and lousy remote, I'd be saying run, don't walk. As it stands though, the BDX3000 is a terrific player, a tremendous value, and proof positive that Toshiba may have been down for a while, but they're far from out.

http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/Toshiba-BDX3000-Review.shtml
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Robertoy
21-12-2010, 00:19
Análise da AVForums com a Toshiba REGZA 46SL753 (LCD LED Edge-lit)



Toshiba Regza SL753 (46SL753) Review

Steve Withers takes a look at Toshiba's 46SL753 and finds out how it compares to the competition

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The menu system, however, is sensibly laid out and very responsive if rather monochromatic and there are five primary menu choices, Picture, Sound, Applications, Preferences and Setup.

The most important of these primary options is the Picture menu which includes both the standard picture controls as well as some reasonably advanced ones, including a Colour Management System (CMS). On the first page of the Picture menu you can choose from a number of Picture Modes including AutoView, Dynamic, Standard, Movie and Game but, for the purposes of this review, I chose Movie. In addition you will find the standard controls for the Backlight, Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Tint and Sharpness as well as a Reset function.

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On the next page of the Picture menu there are a number of more advanced options, some of which are more useful than others. Of the useful controls there is the CMS which you need to turn on in order to use; once activated you can access the Base Colour Management menu which allows you to adjust the Hue, Saturation and Brightness for the three primary and three secondary colours. There is also the Colour Temperature option which includes the two point Greyscale control, the Noise Reduction features and a control called Static Gamma which allows you to select different Gamma settings.

Of the less useful controls there is the Auto Brightness Sensor Settings which adjust the backlight on-the-fly depending on viewing conditions, the Active Backlight Control which is designed to boost the contrast ratio and the Black/White Level which I think is designed to boost the blacks or whites but at the expense of image detail.

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On the final page of the Picture menu there are also controls for Resolution+ which acts like an additional sharpness control, Active Vision M100 which allows the user to turn the motion processing on or off and Film Stabilization which offers the user the option of Standard which does not include frame interpolation or Smooth, which does.

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Conclusion

Overall the Toshiba 46SL753 is a very capable display that can produce some great images for an LCD. The superb greyscale performance and good colour accuracy, combined with strong blacks and dynamic range resulted in some nice looking high definition images. The very capable video processing meant that standard definition images also looked good, no matter what the source. In fact the only areas where the 46SL753 performed badly were its backlight uniformity - which was very poor and its off axis performance but this is more a limitation of the technology. Whilst the 46SL753 doesn’t have some of the more recent developments such as 3D compatibility and internet capabilities, it does offer reasonable value and a very impressive 2D performance and, as such, is certainly worth a demo.

Pros

* Very good out of the box greyscale performance
* Good out of the box colour accuracy
* Reference greyscale performance after calibration
* Very good colour accuracy after calibration
* Very good video processing apart from cadence detection
* Good black levels for a LCD
* Impressive dynamic range in most cases
* Full Colour Management System that does appear to work correctly
* Reasonably short lag time for gamers
* Very responsive menu system

Cons

* Very poor backlight uniformity
* Very poor off axis performance
* Failed to detect 2:2 cadence
* Lack of internet capability
* Outward facing HDMI inputs could make wall mounting difficult

http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/5914/sl7532.jpg

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http://www.avforums.com/review/Toshiba-Regza-SL753-46SL753-LCD-TV-Review.html
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Robertoy
21-12-2010, 12:56
Análise da G4TV com a Toshiba Cinema Series 46WX800U (LCD LED Edge-lit 3D)



Toshiba 46WX800U 3D LED TV Review
by: Eugene Morton on 12.20.2010 at 11:00 am

The Toshiba 46WX800U 3D LED TV promises vivid picture quality, 240 Hz smooth motion, Internet TV apps and more for $1,300. Kevin Pereira and Chris Hardwick review the WX800 to make sure the Toshiba TV lives up to its 2D/3D standards.

What You Need to Know

* All the inputs are sideways, so you can wall-mount it easily
* The TV is only 1.2” thick
* It has a silver bezel
* They included internet TV apps like YouTube, Voodoo, and Netflix
* It's easy to use on the surface, but the more you drill down, the slower it becomes; some apps work better than others, but it'll get the job done
* They have Pandora and Blockbuster coming soon
* There are almost 50 widgets you can add to the pop-up bar including Amazon Video, Yahoo Fantasy Football, eBay and a ton more
* This is much more responsive and integrated than the Net TV portal, so you'll probably be spending most of your time using these
* The best part about all this internet content is built-in Wi-Fi
* The 2D picture looks really good
* Colors are extremely vibrant, and details are sharp, especially because of the 240 Hz Smooth Motion
* You might occasionally have some light bleeding over into the darker areas, but it's not that distracting
* Overall, we were really impressed
* It's one of the best LEDs we've watched 3D on
* There was some cross-talk (ghosting of a second image) in some of the more complex scenes, but it's definitely watchable
* We reviewed a Sony 3D LED TV a few months ago, and we feel like this one is just about as good at displaying 3D

Price

* You can buy it on Amazon for just under $1,300

Overall Rating

* Buy!
* We are really impressed with this Toshiba's picture quality and features, and it's super affordable


http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/techguide/73197/Toshiba-46WX800U-3D-LED-TV-Review.html
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Robertoy
21-12-2010, 13:22
Análise da Le Monde Numérique com a Toshiba REGZA 46WL768 (LCD LED Edge-lit 3D)

http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/3332/46wl768.jpg
http://www.lemondenumerique.com/test-859-toshiba-46wl768.html
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Análise da DDAY com a Toshiba REGZA 40WL768 (LCD LED Edge-lit 3D)



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Few surprises in the TV Toshiba WL768. Removed the rear light panel aluminum we are faced with a product very similar to the 2D model VL748. The only differences are relatively small in the presence of DVB-T2 demodulator and a small processor for the management of 3D, covered with a heat sink very bulky. The panel is produced by Samsung, while the speakers are two small rods mounted in the lower plate secured by a woofer in the center. The sound quality of TV is not up to the old Toshiba, and as more and more often the case design and thickness had the better of the same quality.

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The measures

The measures we made using the Hollywood Mode 1 and only slightly by adjusting brightness, contrast and backlight to adapt to our room with black walls measurement. The ANSI contrast is quite good and very similar to that recorded by the 2D model, 1779:1, higher than full on full off (about 8200:1) if you prefer a bright setting.

The input lag is very high but in standard mode: 150 ms and the fault of the various circuits of motion interpolation. The player must give up these circuits by choosing the game mode that brings the response time of just 10 milliseconds.

In accordance with a LED consumption: 83 watts going up to ten watts in 3D mode.

http://www.dday.it/prodotti/1317/Toshiba-40WL768.html
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Análise da FullHD.gr com a Toshiba REGZA 40WL768DG (LCD LED Edge-lit 3D)

http://img443.imageshack.us/img443/9462/40wl768dg.jpg
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Nota:

Lembrando que a série WL768 européia possui ajustes provenientes do "Toshiba Hollywood Project".

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp5.jpg




Toshiba’s Hollywood Project

To offer the complete home theatre experience Toshiba has started the Hollywood Project to enhance the picture quality of Toshiba’s REGZA TVs even further, and will successively integrate even more innovative technologies into upcoming models.

The director of a movie wants to ensure that the audience sees the information as originally intended – both in the cinema as well as at home on the TV screen. This requirement not only affects the plot of a video but also affects the colour decoding, gamma correction or the colour temperature. To ensure that viewers experience movies and TV shows as originally intended by their creators, the TV screen must have the same imaging characteristics as the monitor on which the content was produced and confirmed in the post-production stage.

The Movie Mode, the Hollywood Mode and the Expert Settings were part of the Hollywood Project and have now become part of the TV’s feature set.

Hollywood Mode / Movie Mode

This mode offers a picture preset that has specific characteristics similar to the look of a monitor on which content is produced during the post-production process. Colour temperature, colour decoding, gamma correction and signal processing are optimized to closely match system standards as defined by standardisation institutes like ITU (International Telecommunication Union), SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and EBU (European Broadcasting Union) and ensure a clean and pure pass through of the signal. The Hollywood Mode is an advancement of the Movie Mode. While the Movie Mode offers a single set of preset parameters, the Hollywood Mode comes with two presets – one for daylight (Hollywood Mode 1) and one designed for reduced ambient light at night time (Hollywood Mode 2). The Hollywood Mode will be integrated in the latest Toshiba premium devices starting with the VL748 and WL768 series.

Expert Settings

Presets like that offered in the Hollywood Mode allow for a picture quality that is very close to the optimum. To further improve the picture quality, manual calibration according to standards is needed. For this purpose Toshiba offers calibration capabilities in advanced expert menus that allow AV professionals or technically advanced users to perform the calibration of all parameters. They can adjust almost all settings, including the colour temperature. Although the colour settings are already set before delivery the ideal colour temperature subsequently can be readjusted manually: Plus, the manual grey scale correction feature enables the user to correct the levels of grey in ten areas of the screen with ten different levels. The embedded 601/709 colour-decoding switch allows users to manually switch between different colour decoding schemes to avoid wrong colour decoding. This is useful in case the TV receives an upscaled standard definition image from a DVD, where the player did not apply a matrix conversion as required for a correct HD reproduction. An integrated TV test pattern enables the user to control all current settings of sharpness, brightness, contrast, and colour saturation to tap the full potential of the TV’s advanced technologies. Toshiba’s TV sets also provide detailed information about incoming HDMI-signals, for example, resolution, frame rates and bit-depths, to instruct users about the input signal and its quality.

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2635261&viewfull=1#post2635261

Roberto

Robertoy
24-12-2010, 00:12
Cascaio vai, cascaio vem.

Sony negocia comprar de volta linha de chips da Toshiba
http://tecnologia.terra.com.br/noticias/0,,OI4857975-EI15608,00-Sony+negocia+comprar+de+volta+linha+de+chips+da+To shiba.html
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6BL16Z20101223

Roberto

Robertoy
29-12-2010, 01:26
Análise da Home Theater (Israel) com a Toshiba REGZA 40WL768 (LCD LED Edge-lit 3D)



LED screen three-dimensional Toshiba REGZA 40WL768
26/12/2010 - 07:00

Introduction:

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The design of this three-dimensional screen based voucher black brushed aluminum style, its base has a chrome square feet, and type of the circle who wont dress into it. Game design games returns here is light - from almost any angle, the base serves as a kind of mirror symmetrical which, like a magician's trick, an optical illusion that makes itself disappear as if the occasion ...Strange effect, but adds a nice touch elegant product. The design is from Jacob Jensen, who are responsible for the designs of companies such as B & O!

Calibration tests:

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Agree to new generations of surprising me every time quantum way they did with regard to calibration. Toshiba said no ISF menus or THX, but de facto added all the capabilities necessary to perform such calibrations. Now not only can be calibrated by two points (which is nice, but debilitating repetitive process) but also by 10 points which can greatly help also those with and those without equipment and calibration equipment.

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Toshiba also added in 40WL768 can calibrate with a test pattern built-in or external. In addition, they also added a test pattern which is fairly sophisticated calibration capabilities including many on one page, including the possibility of identifying problems NR, Overscan, shades, contrast, brightness, and more. In my opinion it was better to separate the different functions in order not to interfere with each other, but it's definitely better than totally ignoring the issue.

SDTV:

SDTV image quality of image definition is measured both processing and graphics capabilities. In both these categories the 40WL768 outstanding. When you think "this one best Toshiba," This is not just - the company has invested over the years various Abmganunim that their job was to sharpen the picture. Not always succeeded in some previous editions, this contrast mechanism excess defect viewing experience and the need to reduce it. In 40WL768 mode Sharpness = 0 is not really zero but has a significant enough level of image processing and contrast. However, the mechanism itself has been improved significantly and is not harming such a viewing experience. However, you should consider a reduction of the sharpness mode half than he comes. (Ie 25% of the total state of the scale).

http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/4369/hth785801.jpg

Mechanism comes with a screen Resolution+ image processing. This mechanism can also complete and 200HZ Frame (FI mechanism.) These mechanisms are integrated with each other to create a sliding motion sharpness and resolution while maintaining traffic. Although you can only really turn on and off them, here is an image processing apparatus good enough that even I did not feel the need to turn it off at any stage. For most of the tests is left turned on (which is rare to nonexistent for me). Smoothing traffic was not excessive, did not cause distortions or side effects such as fuzzy noise = hot air turning sharp objects when traffic was not judder and motion graphics avoided breaking when objects accelerated or slowed down on the screen.

This is certainly a significant achievement Toshiba significant step forward with regard to the quality of SDTV quality picture at all in particular.

A feature of very interesting (though not specific to SDTV) is that you can control how much ambient light affects the light intensity of the screen. That is really possible to control the curve, while normally you can only turn on or turn off a feature in this.

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Summary:

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Grades

* Construction Quality: 9
* Design: 8.5
* HDTV Picture Quality: 9
* SDTV image quality: 8
* Three dimensional: 8.5
* Remote Control: 8
* Calibration capabilities: 9.5
* Relative total: 8.5
* Connections: 9.5 (each connection is possible under the sun)
* Interface: 8.5
* Other functions: 8 (three dimensional, You-Tube, USB, LAN)
* Backlight: 8 (light leakage stronger than expected, quite reasonably uniform, no local lighting)
* Network services (YouTube is not enough ...)
* Hebrew: Missing translation, interface broadcasts Table

Supported formats

* Connectivity HTPC: Excellent
* Support of high definition Yes - yes HD: Yes
* Supports HDMI 1.4: Yes
* Three dimensional 3D: Yes
* Automatically converts 2D to 3D: No
* Support for DTT: Yes, but not broadcast in Hebrew!
* Support relations in 1080i screen: Yes (including NLS)
* EDGE Backlight Frame - EDGE

http://www.hometheater.co.il/p-1.article02238
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Roberto

Robertoy
29-12-2010, 02:23
Negócio da China.

Toshiba buscando cascaio chinês com o lançamento de vários modelos de tv´s LCD, incluindo o modelo 55X1000C, que deve se baseado no novo engine CEVO Engine (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray/page157).

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20101216/188190/
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A Toshiba tem parceria com as empresas chinesas TCL e Konka:

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2714715&viewfull=1#post2714715

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2853756&viewfull=1#post2853756

Análise da Sohu com a Toshiba REGZA 55X1000C 3D (LCD Direct-LED (512 zonas, 1000cd/㎡) - Engine CEVO)



3D TV experience the thrills of the first test Toshiba 55X1000C3D
At 09:03 on December 29, 2010

In all major TV giants have launched their own flagship 3D TV product. Recently, Toshiba Group has also launched its own flagship flagship product, "55X1000C" 3D TV. Toshiba 55X1000C 3D TV with the Super Resolution Image of semiconductor technology and integration of REGZA engine optimization technology, makes an unparalleled high-definition shows. Toshiba 55X1000C3D TV is also a 200Hz frequency technology, process technology application, the dynamic image effects to the best state to show a clear surplus stable and smooth images.

Toshiba 55X1000C sound system design rather artistic taste. The sound system with multi-stage digital power amplifier systems, multi-channel 40-watt speakers, a Toshiba representative of rocket outstanding sound system. The performance of its sound quite place, deep and strong bass, treble, clear and sweet, similar industry-leading products.

The most noteworthy is the series of 3D TV with 2D transfer functions, great 3D films now make up less and give users the source of the trouble.

http://photocdn.sohu.com/20101229/Img278568629.jpg

http://photocdn.sohu.com/20101229/Img278568680.jpg

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2D transfer through the glasses to watch 3D video effects

Blu-ray machine in the process of playing video, editing the main test of the TOSHIBA 55X1000C3D turn 2D 3D capabilities of television. Shot through the glasses from a real 3D effect of the picture we can see the screen with 3D effects, thus proving that the transfer of television 2D 3D function very powerful.

http://photocdn.sohu.com/20101229/Img278568718.jpg

Toshiba 55X1000C 3D by 3D television experience, edit the following summary:

1.2D 3D transfer functions show a very clear picture, 2D 3D powerful switch;

2.3D prominent effect, especially in some special effects scenes;

3.3D excellent comfort wear glasses;

4. In the use of 3D glasses to watch under fluorescent screen 3D glasses will be a flicker phenomenon in greater stimulation of the eye;

5. Easy to produce visual fatigue;

* Power consumption measured

http://photocdn.sohu.com/20101229/Img278568808.jpg

Power of real film

Actual use of the process, we tested the power consumption of an hour watching film, will Toshiba 55X1000C 3D TV backlight display when the street the largest is about power 196.7W; When Toshiba 55X1000C 3D TV backlight adjustment for the most hours, Toshiba 55ZF1C LCD TV instantaneous power can be reduced to about 93.4W; on the TV the default mode, play one hour program, the power consumption of 0.1439 degrees, according to this calculation, seven hours of continuous use the power consumption of 1 degree, energy-saving effect is very good . (In the power consumption during testing, editing is the default size of the backlight power consumption test)

Merits respect

1.3D visual effect is very shocking, especially some special effects scenes;

2. Have 3D features powerful 2D transfer;

3. With glasses comfort is excellent;

4. With LED backlight, excellent energy saving effect;

5. The appearance of unique design, the whole strong fashion sense;

6. Remote control and feel good;

Shortcomings

1. More limited viewing angle, either horizontal or vertical view angle;

2. Easy to produce visual fatigue;

3. Bright situations, 3D glasses, the stroboscopic phenomenon heavier;

http://digi.it.sohu.com/20101229/n278568628.shtml
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Toshiba REGZA 55X1000C
http://img.article.pchome.net/00/49/42/17/wps_clip_image-2860.png
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Roberto

Robertoy
05-01-2011, 13:09
Toshiba na CES 2011



http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/img/logo_l.gif

Toshiba to Unveil Leading Edge Technologies at CES 2011
5 Jan, 2011

LAS VEGAS, January 4, 2011 and TOKYO, January 5, 2011—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) will invite visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2011, to experience how life can be "Fun and Easy by Leading Technology" with the company's latest advances in digital technologies and new products and services.
(Toshiba booth: LVCC Central Hall Booth #11026)

Major Exhibits of New Technologies

1. Display of 3D[1] TVs without any need for dedicated glasses

Toshiba will unveil the future of 3D at CES: prototypes of large-screen LCD TVs – in 65-inch and 56-inch models – that deliver full 3D without the need for dedicated glasses.

The company will also show how it has realized glasses-free 3D now, and display the world's first[2] commercialized LCD TVs that do away with dedicated glasses. Already available in Japan, where they are winning a lot of attention, the "Glasses-less 3D REGZA GL1" TVs are specifically designed for personal use and come in two versions, the 20-inch 20GL1 and the 12-inch 12GL1. The TVs employ an integral imaging system[3] and perpendicular lenticular sheet[4] to display smooth, natural images, while a wide viewing angle is secured by Toshiba's proprietary image processing technology that creates nine parallax images[5] from the original content and then converts them to 3D. The overall result is precise rendering of high quality 3D images throughout the viewing zone[1].

2. Bringing network services to TVs and PCs

As the world of computing develops cloud-based storage and services, Toshiba ensures that digital TVs, digital recorders, PCs and smartphones can make full use of this new level of interconnectivity. The CES display will feature forthcoming networked TVs that support diverse services, including Yahoo! Widgets, YouTube Leanback, and demonstrate TV and PC interconnectivity using Skype.

3. PCs

Toshiba will demonstrate concept models of glasses-free 3D notebook PCs and of tablet PCs running the Android™[6] and Windows®[6] operating systems.

4. Environmental Activities

In seeking to become one of the world's foremost eco-companies, Toshiba Group promotes three green initiatives: Greening of Process, Greening of Products and Greening by Technology. The company will introduce environmentally conscious business activities, products and technology in these three categories. The Greening of Process Area introduces the activities of MRM[7], a leading provider of TV recycling management services to manufacturers, jointly operated by Panasonic Corporation of North America, Sharp Electronics Corporation and Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. The Greening of Products Area features environmentally conscious products, including LEDs, PCs, TVs and air-conditioners. The Greening by Technology Area showcases Toshiba's environmental technologies including know-how in smartgrids, photovoltaic power generation and home energy management system (HEMS), all of which will contribute to the achievement and management of low-carbon society.

Notes:


[1] 3D warning: Some individuals may experience health-related complications when exposed to certain kinds of 3D images. Please refrain from viewing 3D content if you feel any ill effects. Anyone who does experience any physical problem should immediately stop viewing 3D content and consult a physician. Perception of 3D effects will differ from person to person and according to content. Due to the possibility of impact on vision development, viewers of 3D video images should be aged 6 or older. Please refer to the 3D viewing precautions in the manual when viewing 3D images.

There is viewing zone that can be seen as 3D; however, outside of this zone, images may not been seen in 3D, in whole or in part.

[2] As of October 4th, 2010 for digital high definition LCD TV in consumer markets. (Source: Toshiba)

[3] A system that faithfully reproduces the design and tracks of beams of light by sampling the light emitted from the
object at several angles. The angle of viewing is characterized by smooth, continuous image displays.

[4] A lenticular sheet is an array of lenses that transmits images in a horizontal plane. The sheet is semi-circular in profile.

[5] In order to create 3D content, the GL1 series adopts a parallax system that can display optimized high quality 3D
images whatever the position and angle to the screen of the viewer. This is called "parallax image." Nine images from nine directions are called "nine parallax images."

[6] All products, services and company names are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

[7] MRM (Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company, LLC). Founded by former Toshiba America Consumer Products, Panasonic Corporation of North America and Sharp Electronics Corporation, MRM is a leading provider of electronics recycling management services to manufacturers.


http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_01/pr0501.htm
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Alguns dos produtos exibidos pela Toshiba na CES 2011:

TV 3D autoestereoscópica (sem óculos) - Protótipo de 56" (será exibido também o protótipo de 65"):


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCIztzUVGwk

Notebook Qosmio 3D (sem óculos) e tablet rodando Android:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzuHZ1-KIBg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bN6lpFgyjM

Roberto

fjmr
05-01-2011, 14:46
:lol:E AQUI PARECE QUE ELA CONTINUA COMO SEMP....RE!!!:ataque::hilario::feliz::D:riso:

E NÓIS CONTINUA REGZA....NDO PELO MILAGRE!!!

Robertoy
05-01-2011, 16:23
:lol:E AQUI PARECE QUE ELA CONTINUA COMO SEMP....RE!!!:ataque::hilario::feliz::D:riso:

E NÓIS CONTINUA REGZA....NDO PELO MILAGRE!!!

É isso aí fjmr.

Sempre REGZA....ndo e na fé que a Semp Toshiba Brasil venha com novos modelos LCD CCFL e LED Toshiba REGZA (e Semp Infinity) com o engine Toshiba Meta Brain.

http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif

http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/6491/toshibaled.jpg

http://conversasdebuteco.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/sinais.jpg

http://content.reviewed.com/products/10129/specs/4984/Toshiba-55WX800_FI_Front_Image.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2661799&viewfull=1#post2661799 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2661799&viewfull=1#post2661799)
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2767790&viewfull=1#post2767790 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2767790&viewfull=1#post2767790)
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2782616&viewfull=1#post2782616 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2782616&viewfull=1#post2782616)

Quanto aos modelos de SEMP....re (sem engine Toshiba Meta Brain), solta o som DJ! :dj: :hilario:

"YO!, Ponto Frio & Semp Infinity RAPS" (autoria de Polyana Marques)

"Paguei e não tenho direito de usar
Minha tv está na assistência
Tem 7 dias que fui lá comprar
Não tenho a minha tv não tenho a minha grana
Só tenho uma caixa de papelão
Mas eu paguei pela televisão. 2 mil reais, o que você acha?
Eu acho que eu vou ter que assistir à caixa."

http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/2707/pontofrioraps.jpg

http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/9274/semppontofrio.jpg

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/138654-Semp-Toshiba-40-pol-LC4045F?p=2642281&viewfull=1#post2642281

Roberto

Robertoy
07-01-2011, 08:26
Análise da AV Magazin (Alemanha) com a Toshiba REGZA 46WL768G 3D (LCD LED Edge-lit)

http://img547.imageshack.us/img547/9586/wl768g1.jpg

A função Resolution+ funciona em fontes SD, HD e também em 3D.
http://www.av-magazin.de/typo3temp/pics/eb9c7b469f.jpg

O Test Pattern embutido para a calibragem (no caso, só com a cor verde ligada).
http://www.av-magazin.de/typo3temp/pics/2853209108.jpg

Os ajustes de cor e matiz RGB (no caso, vermelho e azul desligados)
http://www.av-magazin.de/typo3temp/pics/33e55e1046.jpg

Deixando só o azul ligado, dispensa-se a utilização do filtro azul no processo de calibragem.
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/55095-Calibra%C3%A7%C3%A3o-de-TV-para-iniciantes-O-que-%C3%A9-quais-as-vantagens-e-como-fazer.?p=2868819&viewfull=1#post2868819

http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/6999/wl768gresults.jpg
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Roberto

joaopedrojps
08-01-2011, 14:48
Alguém sabe informar quando os Blu ray player da Toshiba estarão disponiveis aqui no Brasil ?

Robertoy
12-01-2011, 09:07
João,

Não sei se a Semp Toshiba Brasil vai lançar um player Blu-ray Toshiba no Brasil (como fez na época do HD-DVD, lançando um modelo Toshiba aqui) ou se assim como fez com o lançamento do dvd player STi SD9070SR (o "pé-de-boi") ao invés do lançamento de dvd players como os Toshiba XD-E500 e XDE-600, vai que ela resolve lançar um player Blu-ray STi...

Roberto

---------- Mensagem adicionada às 10:07 ---------- Mensagem anterior foi enviada às 10:06 ----------

Matéria da Pocket-lint comentando sobre os protótipos de tv´s 3D sem óculos de 56" e 65" da Toshiba apresentadas na CES 2011.

Eles comentam que os 2 protótipos são baseados no novo engine CEVO e utilizam painél 4k2k.



Toshiba 56 and 65-inch glasses-free 3DTVs eyes-on

12 January 2011 11:11 GMT / By Jamie Carter

CES 2011: Eyes on the 3D prize

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Long before anyone expected, the era of glasses-free 3DTV is here. Although Toshiba had already announced 12-inch and 20-inch “no glasses” 3DTVs for the Japanese market, the appearance of 56-inch and 65-inch models at the CES has been something of a surprise. And that’s not to mention its embracing of polarised or “natural” (as it calls it) 3DTV tech, too.

More shocking is not only that the glasses-free TVs are slated to go on sale - in the US (and probably Japan) this year, but that they’re actually pretty darn good. Hidden away in darkness on Toshiba’s booth at CES 2011, these “game changers” (this year’s most over-used phrase) come in 56-inch and 65-inch flavours.

Able to display 3D images from a 3D Blu-ray player, these TVs are prototypes with some unconfirmed specifications (Toshiba wouldn‘t confirm our suspicions that LED backlighting was being used), though there are plenty of details available. Inside each is a CEVO Engine, a chipset developed by Toshiba that combines TriVector 2D to 3D conversion (which works on regular TV broadcasts, 2D Blu-ray and even still photos) and 3D Resolution+ (up scaling non-HD 3D sources, such as Sky’s 3D channel, to Full HD).

Both sets are able to play 2D footage and, best of all, have 4k2k resolutions. That is crucial for two reasons; the resolution seen by each eye simultaneously will roughly equate to a Full HD image, and the lens on front of the screen means that the overall image is a tad blurry. It’s also a detail that will make these two TVs very expensive; expect them to be right at the top to Toshiba’s line-up when they go on sale.

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Technically speaking, these lenticular or auto stereoscopic 3DTVs have nine views. That means it’s possible to see a 3D image from nine separate positions, and only nine; stand anywhere else and an image full of flicker and ghosting is the result. In our demo, three distinct positions - or sweetspots - were physically marked on the floor with carpet tape in front of both TVs.

Despite relying on the same technology, the 56-inch and 65-inch models are quite different. The former, which was showing an animated sequence of Final Fantasy, didn’t show nearly as many front 3D effects as you’ll see in the current crop of active shutter 3DTVs. Those eye-popping, but gimmicky effects - such as when someone punches the screen, or drives a car right at you - are almost completely absent.

Instead there’s a lot more depth of field and an image that really pulls you into the action.

Displaying real-world images from Planet Earth on Blu-ray, the 65-inch proved even more involving, with greater depth on show. A sequence of a waterfall was entrancing, with the water dramatically pouring away from the rocks and into the canyon. Another more close-up shot of a boy blowing bubbles demonstrated more subtle effects; even when we stood away from the 65-incher’s sweetspots it was possible to see a clear 3D image, unlike on the more restrictive 56-inch version. Our only criticism is that the pixel grid is more obvious than on the smaller size, which does remove some believability.

More comfortable to watch than active shutter tech if standing in the right position, and surprisingly versatile with very involving 3D effects, the future looks good for auto stereoscopic 3D if those paltry nine viewing angles can be increased.

As always with 3D, it seems, whatever the underlying technology at play, it’s a case of the bigger, the better, with the bound-to-be-mega-bucks 65-inch version clearly ahead.

Toshiba is hoping to sell these glasses-free 3DTVs in the fourth quarter of this year, but a spokesperson stressed that engineers are hoping to add more views beforehand. There’s much work to be done, not only in terms of sweetspots, but in removing blur, but it’s a fascinating debut.

http://m.pocket-lint.com/news/news.phtml/37854
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Roberto

Robertoy
14-01-2011, 00:56
No mercado japonês as tv´s Sharp AQUOS dominaram na preferência em 2010. As Toshiba REGZA também vão bem no mercado nipônico, na segunda posição.

1) Sharp AQUOS > 32,4%
2) Toshiba REGZA > 27,8%
3) Panasonic VIERA > 18,1%
4) Sony BRAVIA > 16,5%
5) Hitachi Wooo > 6,1%
6) Mitsubishi REAL > 3,8%
7) LG INFINIA > 0,5%



44.3 percent at the end of television buyers. Popular Sharp, Toshiba.

http://j.mycom.jp/news/2011/01/13/088/images/001l.jpg

Of those surveyed who purchase a new television in 2010 amounted to 44.3 percent of the total, the latest digital television is certainly as popular. Purchase top brands, Sharp "AQUOS" (32.4%), Toshiba "REGZA" (27.8%), Panasonic "VIERA" (18.1%) and raised. In 2009, Toshiba has emerged as the second largest flat-panel TV market share in Japan "REGZA" to maintain its momentum, Sharp "AQUOS" has become close to the results.

When purchasing an information-oriented, "good description of the shop clerk (32.5 %)"," advertising catalog content (31.9 %)"," brand companies (31.1 percent)" and to lack of feedback. Also, when buying "a reasonable price," emphasizing that the answer is up to 66.1% and considered to motivate the consumer spending and eco-point system and land Dejikyanpen 2010.

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/net/news/internetcom/20110113-OYT8T00285.htm
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http://mmd.up-date.ne.jp/news/detail.php?news_id=717

Roberto

Robertoy
19-01-2011, 01:48
Análise da HDTVtest com a Toshiba REGZA 40RV753B (LCD CCFL FullHD 50Hz)

Modelos 40" LCD LED 120Hz existem vários, mas ainda existe mercado para modelos mais simples, 40" LCD CCFL 60Hz.

No caso dessa Toshiba REGZA 40RV753B a combinação do engine Toshiba Meta Brain + painél S-PVA Samsung deu um bom resultado.



Toshiba 40RV753 LCD TV Review

By Nielo TM • Tuesday, 18 January 2011, 11:59 pm UTC

The Toshiba 40RV753 is the successor to the company’s Regza RV635 series of LCD TV back in 2009.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-40RV753/40rv753.jpg

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-40RV753/picture-menu.jpg

Uniformity

The Samsung LTA400HM02 LCD panel embedded within the Toshiba 40RV753 produced excellent overall uniformity, which is quite remarkable for SPVA panel. During the pure white test (100IRE), the classic red and green tinting commonly found on LCDs was absent. Backlight bleeding was well controlled (non-existent to the human eye), and the panel uniformity was typical for a consumer-grade display. There were few visible defects and imperfections across the panel (e.g. transparent vertical bars), which hinder calibration accuracy somewhat. However, such errors are common to most consumer-grade LCD TVs, and are extremely difficult to avoid.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-40RV753/black-uniformity.jpg

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-40RV753/grey-uniformity.jpg

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-40RV753/pixel-structure.jpg

Conclusion

Pros

* Excellent HD Performance
* Excellent Design and Built Quality
* Accepts Blacker than Black (HDMI-RGB)
* Excellent Greyscale (Post-Cal)
* Excellent GUI and User Configurable Options
* Inaudible Transformer Noise
* Quality Remote
* Excellent Overall Uniformity
* Relatively Low Input Lag
* Free from Overdrive Artifacts
* Good Dynamic Range and ANSI Contrast Ratio
* Full 4:4:4 Support
* 10-bit Processing (even in Game and PC Mode)

Cons

* Viewing Angles (Excessive Gamma Shift)
* Lack of True 24p Support
* Pixel Response (Room for Improvement)
* Poor Sound Quality (in Comparison to 2009 Model)

Summary

Initially we were not expecting the Toshiba 40RV753 to perform well in any category, but boy are we glad to discover that our expectations were misplaced, because the LCD TV is really an excellent alternative to the Samsung LE40C580. In fact, the Toshiba is superior to the Samsung in all aspects except for the black level and the on-board audio.

Between the 40RV753B and the LE40C580, opt for the former (Toshiba) if you don’t fancy your chance of obtaining an A-MVA panel with the Samsung C580, or if you place greater value on image accuracy over deeper blacks. On the other hand, if you are after more stylish aesthetics, plasma-beating blacks and integrated media capabilities at the cost of minor colour inaccuracy, then opt for the Samsung.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/logo/highly-recommended.gif

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/toshiba-40rv753-40rv753b-20110118924.htm
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A análise da Techradar também com a Toshiba REGZA 40RV753B:

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/Review%20images/TechRadar/Home%20Entertainment/Toshiba%2040RV753B/RV-733-series_front-2-420-90.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2672756&viewfull=1#post2672756

Toshiba 32RV753/37RV753/40RV753 Owners Thread
http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1252086-toshiba-32rv753-37rv753-40rv753-owners-thread.html
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Rapais, tomara que a Toshiba REGZA 40RV700FDA brasileira que será lançada em breve (e que provavelmente também deverá ser FullHD LCD CCFL 60Hz S-PVA) tenha performance similar a esse modelo gringo...
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2932885&viewfull=1#post2932885 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2932885&viewfull=1#post2932885)

Roberto

Robertoy
25-01-2011, 00:04
Análise da Tech Sina com a Toshiba REGZA 55X1000C 3D (LCD Direct-LED (512 zonas, 1000cd/㎡) - Engine CEVO)

http://i3.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/2171205213.jpg

http://i0.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/339792336.JPG

http://i0.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/1829663082.jpg

http://i1.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/9150605.jpg

http://i2.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/1909596332.jpghttp://i1.sinaimg.cn/IT/cr/2011/0124/3563379725.jpg
http://tech.sina.com.cn/e/2011-01-24/12145125497.shtml
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Roberto

Robertoy
27-01-2011, 09:12
Que belezinha esse tablet Android da Toshiba.

http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/926/toshibatablet1.jpg

http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/5967/toshibatablet2.jpg

http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/6076/toshibatablet3.jpg

A função Resolution+ (Resolution Plus) presente em tv´s Toshiba REGZA e em alguns notebooks Toshiba está presente no tablet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcugSLUANZ4


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zms66soVNsc
http://www.thetoshibatablet.com/

Roberto

Robertoy
03-02-2011, 10:28
Combo...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/91/Burger_King_Whopper_Combo.jpg/799px-Burger_King_Whopper_Combo.jpg

Combo...

http://www.gamearena.com.au/res/2007/images/features/custom/singlefeatures/combo.jpg

Combo:

Vai aí um combo VHS + DVD player/recorder + Blu-ray player/recorder + HDD player/recorder?

Toshiba REGZA D-BW500

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/images/10b/eyecatch_bw500.jpg

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/d-bw500/images/10b/img_dubbing_vhs.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/d-bw500/index_j.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
04-02-2011, 09:06
Enquanto aqui no Brasil a Semp Toshiba comercializa celulares da STi...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D9J7ReJvwI


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMCbOyIAOjI

No Japão a Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile comercializa os celulares da linha REGZA...

REGZA Phone IS04

o engine Mobile REGZA Engine empregado no smartphone Android 2.2 disponibiliza funções como "Noise Reduction" e "Auto Image Quality Adjustment". Essas funções também eram empregadas em tv´s Toshiba REGZA em 2007. O engine também disponibiliza as tecnologias "Super Resolution" e "Frame Interpolation" para upscale. Essas tecnologias começaram a ser empregadas em tv´s Toshiba REGZA à partir de 2008.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyL8V1Xw1Ns



Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Explains About Full-featured Smartphone

Feb 4, 2011 16:37 Tadashi Nakamichi, Nikkei Electronics

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20110204/189340/thumb_230_3.JPG

Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications Ltd explained about the "IS04" and "T006" portable devices developed for the mobile network of KDDI Corp at a press conference Feb 2, 2011, in Tokyo.

The IS04 is a smartphone based on the Android 2.2 software platform, and the T006 is a mobile phone based on the KCP+ software platform.

The press conference was organized because the IS04 and the T006 will be released on February 10 and in mid-February, respectively. Both of them were announced in October 2010 as "winter and spring models."

They feature the "Mobile Regza Engine" super-resolution technology and the "CDMA 1 x EV-DO Multi-carrier Rev.A," which bundles multiple carrier waves. Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications claims that the Mobile Regza Engine, which has been added to Toshiba Corp's Regza digital TVs, was successfully transplanted to the portable devices.

The T006 has the "Noise Reduction" and "Auto Image Quality Adjustment" functions, which were employed for Regza TVs in 2007. And the IS04 comes with the "Super Resolution" and "Frame Interpolation" technologies in addition to the two functions. The Super Resolution technology enables to display a clear image by analyzing each pixel even when it is magnified.

Also, the IS04 has infrared communication, FeliCa communication and waterproof functions, which have been commonly used for Japanese mobile phones.

"We realized the ultimate smartphone, compared with other portable devices," Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications said.

For the future, the company plans to develop new products by utilizing Fujitsu's sensor and security technologies and universal designs and Toshiba's video and music technologies and know-how about contracting out production to EMSes (electronics manufacturing services).

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20110204/189340/
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Roberto

Robertoy
09-02-2011, 08:08
Painel LED Toshiba para ambientes externos (estádios por ex.) exibe 2D e 3D simultaneamente.

A visualização 3D é através de óculos 3D passivos, o que facilita os custos a organizadores de eventos.

Nesse painél é utilizado o sistema de 4 cores, como nos painéis Sharp Quattron.



Toshiba Outdoor LED Wall Displays 2D, 3D Simultaneously

Perfect for stadiums, the display looks perfect in 2D and cool in 3D with passive glasses ... simultaneously.

By Julie Jacobson
February 08, 2011

Mix outdoor entertainment with 3D TV, and what do you get? A giant new LED display from Toshiba.

http://www.cepro.com/images/uploads/toshiba_2d_3d_300px.jpg

During Integrated Systems Europe 2011, Toshiba demonstrated the technology for the first time.

Charley Bocklet, national sales manager for LED Display Systems, says the Toshiba product is unique for a few reasons. First, most 3D-capable LED systems are made for the indoors, while the Toshiba version is designed for outdoor venues. And the new display uses inexpensive passive 3D glasses so event organizers need not worry about powering and distributing pricey active lenses.

The display, which is perfect for stadiums, looks perfectly fine in 2D and really cool in 3D with passive glasses, displaying both 2D and 3D simultaneously. During ISE 2011 - as long as you watched from at least 20 feet away - the video was completely adequate and the 3D had a decent pop to it. The secret is a four-color system (a la Sharp’s Quattron) that blends RGB and amber LEDs.

http://www.cepro.com/images/uploads/toshiba_2d_3d_with_inset.jpg

“Imagine this in a big arena - you can watch with or without glasses,” Bocklet says.

Toshiba, which rushed to demo a prototype at ISE, has yet to deploy the system.

Almost as new as the 3D LED system in Toshiba’s ISE booth is the company’s 4mm LED wall (below), one of which was recently installed in the new TNT on NBA set at Turner Studio. The 33-foot display allows producers to “change the backdrop of the set seamlessly,” Bocklet says. At ISE, even up close the picture looks pretty sharp, but if you stepped back just a few feet it was crystal clear.

http://www.cepro.com/images/uploads/toshiba_4mm_led_550px.jpg


http://www.cepro.com/article/toshiba_outdoor_led_wall_displays_2d_3d_simultaneo usly/
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Roberto

fjmr
09-02-2011, 10:28
PÔ, gostei desse aí!!!:legal::tu::aplauso:

Mas, não adianta gostar, aqui como SEMP....RE o amor é incompreendido e vira um amor platônico, inacessível e só nos resta REGZA....R muito!!!:D:bD:riso::)

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/bd_dvd/lineup/images/10b/eyecatch_bw500.jpg

Robertoy
15-02-2011, 13:07
Lady Gaga & REGZA Phone IS04


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0SJaAQUN7I

Roberto

Robertoy
21-02-2011, 10:43
Gravadores Blu-ray (e tv´s com função de gravação de programação de tv) com função para "pular" os comerciais ao assistir os programas gravados não serão mais produzidos no Japão.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_f66_um_DQSI/TRsqsMWSdSI/AAAAAAAAADE/hVSFZUMMmdA/s320/laranja+mecanica.jpg



Ad-skipping recorders to disappear

The Yomiuri Shimbun

Two major electronics companies have decided to stop producing digital recorders that automatically skip TV commercials, it has been learned.

Mitsubishi Electric Corp. and Toshiba Corp. are currently the only companies to produce TVs and blu-ray disc recorders that make it possible to automatically skip commercials when watching recorded programs. However, they have decided not to include this function in new products to be marketed from spring.

The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan has objected to such TVs and recorders because the function would make it possible to completely skip commercials after the shift to digital terrestrial broadcasting slated for July 24.

Mitsubishi and Toshiba's decision was prompted by their belief that the existence of the video equipment industry depends on the health of the broadcasting industry, sources close to the matter said.

The initial configuration of TVs and recorders with the function sets them to automatically skip commercials in recorded programs, which saves viewers the trouble of operating a remote control.

The commercial skipping feature first appeared on a Mitsubishi video cassette recorder sold in 1990. Currently, Mitsubishi's Real liquid crystal TV has the skip function, as do all the company's blu-ray disc recorders.

Toshiba includes the function in top-end models of its Regza liquid crystal TV and in its blu-ray recorders.

However, commercial television broadcasting companies make TV programs using advertising income and they have argued that further expansion of the function could lower their revenues.

TVs or recorders sometimes fail to catch signals indicating that something is a commercial in analogue broadcasting. With the total digitalization of terrestrial TV broadcasting, however, they will be able to cut commercials almost completely, as the digital signals for TV programs are different from those for commercials.

"If we leave this situation unchanged, numerous products with this function will appear. We can't turn a blind eye," association Chairman Michisada Hirose said in November.
(Feb. 11, 2011)

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/business/T110210006375.htm
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Robertoy
28-02-2011, 14:33
Olha lá rapais...

Depois do pioneirismo da Toshiba na utilização da tecnologia Super Resolution (Resolution+) em suas tv´s LCD veio a Mitsubishi também com Super Resolution:

http://img34.imageshack.us/img34/4376/diamondhd4.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1864991&postcount=1957
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1865097&postcount=1958

E agora olha lá a LG aparecendo com monitores LCD LED com tecnologia Super Resolution:

Será que os algoritmos para essa tecnologia Super Resolution foram desenvolvidos pela própria LG ou nesses monitores são utilizados chips NEC com tecnologia Super Resolution (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1141342&postcount=233) por exemplo...

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/517/517967/lg1_c_640x480.jpg
http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/517/517970/lg4_c_640x480.jpg
http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/517/517969/lg3_c_640x480.jpg
http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/517/517966/
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Nesse monitores LG a tecnologia é denominada Super Plus Resolution

http://www.eyeofdubai.ae/v1/news/newsdetail-41627.htm

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2357835&viewfull=1#post2357835

Renesas e NEC juntas.
http://www.renesas.com/media/home/visual_02.jpg
http://america2.renesas.com/superresolution/images/index_keyvisual.jpg.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2360084&viewfull=1#post2360084

Monitores I-O DATA LCD-MF223XSBR (21.5") e LCD-MF232XSBR (23") com upscaling via tecnologia Super Resolution da Renesas/NEC:

I-O DATA LCD-MF232XSBR (23")

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/12dh9400000c9s8z-img/12dh9400000c9scg.jpg

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/12dh9400000c9sem-img/12dh9400000c9sii.gif

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/12dh9400000c9sem-img/12dh9400000c9shk.jpg

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/12dh9400000c9sem-img/12dh9400000c9shs.jpg

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/12dh9400000c9sem-img/12dh9400000c9siq.jpg

http://www.iodata.jp/product/lcd/wide/lcd-mf232xsbr/feature.htm#
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Roberto

Robertoy
01-03-2011, 15:04
Cascaio vai, cascaio vem...

http://www.bilgicagi.com/Files/ArticleImages/photo_01032011112635_4416.jpg

A Toshiba comprou as linhas de produção de chips da Sony em 2008 por 90 bilhões de ienes.

http://info.abril.com.br/aberto/infonews/102007/18102007-8.shl
http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/02/20/us-sony-toshiba-idUST28617520080220

e agora a Sony comprou a fábrica de volta por 53 bilhões de ienes...

PRESS RELEASE: Toshiba and Sony Execute Definitive Agreements For the Transfer of Semiconductor Fabrication Equipment to Sony
http://www.imaging-resource.com/NEWS/1298876736.html

Sony signs deal to buy back chip plant from Toshiba
http://mdn.mainichi.jp/mdnnews/business/news/20110301p2g00m0bu031000c.html

Roberto

Robertoy
02-03-2011, 10:20
No Japão será lançada esse mês a nova linha LCD LED Toshiba REGZA Z2 com modelos de 37", 42" e 47".

Essa linha REGZA Z2 é baseada no novo engine CEVO (com "DNA CELL"). Ela utiliza painél IPS e novo sistema de tecnologia Super Resolution (Resolution+ (Plus)), que agora, também pelo poder de processamento maior disponibilizado pelo novo engine CEVO, passa a trabalhar com frames múltiplos, diferente da tecnologia Super Resolution empregada até então que era baseada em frame único.

A tecnologia Super Resolution com frames múltiplos até então só estava presente na linha Toshiba CELL REGZA, baseada no processador CELL BE (o mesmo do PS3).

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_03/pr_j0201.htm
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Toshiba announces new Regza Z2 LED Series with a new Dual Core CEVO Engine

http://www.akihabaranews.com/wp-content/uploads//images/8/98/86698/1.jpg

Toshiba has introduced today three new LED Backlight TVs and CEVO Engine with the Z2 Series. Available in 47” with the 47Z2, 42” (42Z2) and 37” (37Z2), this Full HD TVs comes with an IPS LED Backlight panel reaching up to 99% of the NTSC color space while previous models were only capable to reach up to 95% of the NTSC color space.
The Z2 series also includes many little nifty images tweaks as well as Toshiba state of the art technology including a newly developed dual core CEVO Engine allowing Toshiba to includes many different Video mode like the Anime Mode, Photo Mode and Video Game Mode where Toshiba claims thanks to the addition of FIFO technology (First In First Out) to suppress any delay in the Video Signal while connecting your PS3 or XBOX 360 to your TV Via HDMI, making the Z2 series as fast as any display found in most professional arcade cabinet!

Finally the Z2 comes with the usual, DLNA Support, HDD and USB Video recording mode and includes three digital TV tuners that are now capable to let you record any programs in just 0.3 seconds after pushing the record button on your remote.

http://en.akihabaranews.com/86698/home-entertainment/toshiba-announces-new-regza-z2-led-series-with-a-new-dual-core-cevo-engine
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Sobre tecnologia Super Resolution single frame e multi frames nas Toshiba REGZA:

Tecnologia Super Resolution single frame (a empregada no Resolution+ do engine Meta Brain)

http://img363.imageshack.us/img363/6913/toshibasrtpb4.jpg

Tecnologia Super Resolution multi frames (a empregada nas tv´s REGZA baseadas no engine CEVO e nas tv´s CELL REGZA com processador CELL BE)

http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/2157/toshibasrtcellbedu5.jpg



SRT nas tv´s atuais:
Todo o processo de upscale + a aplicação da tecnologia SRT deve ficar por conta de chips/placas desenvolvidos pela Toshiba ("Metabrain premium").

O SRT deve ser do tipo "single frame"

Sobre as tv´s com RESOLUTION+/SRT atualmente comercializadas:

Processadores para upconvert utilizando algoritmos baseados no CELL.
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1293101&postcount=1090

Sistema "MetaBrain Premium"
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1314719&postcount=1185



Por que a Toshiba não lançou logo as tv´s LCD com processador CELL BE ou SpursEngine? Imagino que também deva ter sido + simples e barato (no momento) o sistema "Metabrain premium" com algoritmos SRT...
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1417596&postcount=1608

SRT nas futuras TV´s com processador CELL

O SRT deve ser do tipo "multi frames"

Super Resolution: Single Frame e Multi frames
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showpost.php?p=1307947&postcount=1175

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1489275&viewfull=1#post1489275

E nós aqui no Brasil continuamos "REGZAndo", na esperança de que a Semp Toshiba resolva dar mais importância aos modelos da linha Toshiba REGZA, ao invés de ficar dando maior prioridade aos seus modelos próprios (sem engine Toshiba) Semp Infinity e STi...

REGZA: "Real Expression Guaranteed by amaZing Architecture"

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%AC%E3%82%B0%E3%82%B6
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Alô, alô, Semp Toshiba!!!

Roberto

Robertoy
03-03-2011, 09:57
Será que vai bem o 3D sem óculos nos notebooks?...

Bem, como nos notebooks na maior parte do tempo só uma pessoa vai utilizá-lo e vai ficar sempre bem em frete a tela, já ajuda para a atual deficiência (que deve ser melhorada com o tempo) de ter que ficar bem em frente a tela para melhor resultado do 3D sem óculos.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlO8LMVn0Jg
http://olhardigital.uol.com.br/produtos/central_de_videos/toshiba-e-a-unica-marca-que-apresenta-tv-3d-sem-oculos

Roberto

Robertoy
03-03-2011, 16:35
O novo REGZA ENGINE CEVO na nova série Toshiba REGZA Z2:

http://img.article.pchome.net/00/50/28/10/tos1_33.jpg

http://img.article.pchome.net/00/50/28/10/tos1_02.jpg

http://article.pchome.net/content-1284311.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
04-03-2011, 14:48
Matéria da AV Watch sobre o lançamento da linha Toshiba REGZA Z2 (REGZA ENGINE CEVO) japonesa.

CEVO = CELL EVOLUTION

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_01.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_31.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_35.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_34.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_38.jpg

http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/img/avw/docs/430/470/tos1_39.jpg
http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/20110302_430470.html?ref=rss
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Roberto

Robertoy
04-03-2011, 15:58
Matéria da Philiweb sobre o lançamento da linha Toshiba REGZA Z2 (CEVO engine) japonesa.

Rapais...Nessa matéria da Philiweb eles comentam que nessa linha REGZA Z2 com engine CEVO o Super Resolution (Resolution+ (plus)) chega a sexta geração.

Eles comentam também que o poder de processamento do engine CEVO é aproximadamente 3,4x maior que o REGZA ENGINE que vinha sendo utilizado no Japão até então na linha REGZA Z1. (E o REGZA ENGINE utilizado nas REGZA japonesas é mais recente que o engine Meta Brain utilizado por exemplo nas REGZA brasileiras).

Sobre as REGZA Z1:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2466194&viewfull=1#post2466194

O input lag (tempo de resposta) também foi melhorado na REGZA Z2 em relação a REGZA Z1. Essa nova geração de tecnologia Super Resolution também funciona no upscale de consoles como PSP e Wii, para poder jogar com boa qualidade de imagem e em full screen.

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201103/cevo-compare_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201103/dimension_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201103/gamedirect3_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201103/02/28018.html
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Toshiba Unveils New Image Processor for Regza TVs

Mar 3, 2011 13:10
Jyunichi Oshita, Nikkei Electronics

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20110303/190056/2.JPG

Toshiba Corp unveiled the "Regza Engine Cevo," its new video processing platform for TVs.

"Image processing functions such as the super-resolution technology, which are realized by using software for the Cell, are embedded in hardware this time," it said. "As a dedicated chip for TVs, it has a higher performance than the Cell."

The Cevo was announced at a press conference that the company had March 2, 2011, to publicize the "Regza Z2 series" of LCD TVs, which come with the new platform.

As for Toshiba's video processing platforms for high-end TVs, this is the first full model change in four years, the company said.

The heart of the new platform is an MCP (multi-chip package) consisting of three semiconductor chips. The main chip is a logic chip that features dual processor cores and is manufactured using 40nm process technology.

The processing capacity of the main chip is 3.4 times higher than that of the main chip of the "Regza Engine," which is an image processing platform for the Z1 series of LCD TVs, in terms of MIPS (million instructions per second).

Also, the new main chip is equipped with high-performance image processing circuits featuring functions such as a super-resolution function and a graphics function that use multiple frames. The processor cores are not manufactured by Toshiba.

The other two chips are (1) a chip that has analog circuits for AD/DA conversion and the interface part and is manufactured using 65nm process technology and (2) a chip for double-speed processing.

The heart of the existing Regza Engine has only one chip, which is made by adding analog circuits to a single-core logic chip manufactured using 65nm process technology. And a chip for double-speed processing is embedded on a board as a separate package. This time, however, Toshiba used two chips for the main chip and the analog circuits.

"We concluded that if we scaled down analog circuits to 40nm along with digital circuits, it would not benefit us much," the company said.

It is because that the development period of analog core circuits tends to be extended, and noise increases when the device is in operation, Toshiba said. The company installed the chip for double-speed processing in the same package as the main chip to enhance signal processing speed.

In December 2010, Toshiba announced that it would contract out the production of some of its logic chips made using 40nm technology and its logic chips manufactured using 32/28nm and beyond process technologies to foundry companies in or after fiscal 2011. For the first models of the Regza Z2 series, Toshiba is expected to use chips manufactured at the company's Oita Operations.

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20110303/190056/
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Enquanto isso nóis aqui no Brasil...

Só REGZAndo...

http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif http://www.videobr.pro.br/forum/images/smilies/eusa_pray.gif

e babando...

http://emoticons.ituwe.com.br/emoticons/alegres/10890.gif

Roberto

Robertoy
21-03-2011, 16:31
Rapais...

Será que essa nova série americana de tv´s Toshiba 3D Cinema Series UL610 é baseada no novo engine CEVO?...

http://images.jr.com/productimages/TOS46UL610.PNG?CELL=370,370&QLT=67&FTR=3&BGCOLOR=FFFFFF&CVT=jpeg

NetTV w/Yahoo Widgets / Wi-Fi / ClearScan 480Hz / Subwoofer / 4 HDMI w/CEC + InstaPort / 2 USB w/Movie / Skype Capable / RJ45 Ethernet Port

Toshiba's UL610 LED HDTV delivers totally eye-popping big screen 3D performance in 1080p full HD. Aimed at videophiles looking for the best picture quality and 3D performance, the UL610 LED HDTV combines exclusive Toshiba innovations, head-turning style and Toshiba's legendary quality and reliability to make enjoying superb entertainment fun and easy.

Features:

# 1080p
# LED
# NetTV w/Yahoo Widgets
# Built-in Wi-Fi
# ClearScan 480Hz
# Dynamic (Active) 3D
# Quantum BLACK LED Panel
# Fine Local Dimming
# Crystal Coat
# Built-in Subwoofer
# Cross Talk Canceler
# 4 HDMI w/CEC + InstaPort
# 2 USB w/Movie
# Tri-Vector 2D + 3D
# 3D Resolution
# Skype Capable
# DNLA
# Voice Control Capable
# Horizon Motion GUI
# AutoView
# Audessey EQ
# Native Mode
# Expert Mode
# RJ45 Ethernet Port

http://www.jr.com/toshiba/pe/TOS_46UL610/

Eita...

Essa nova linha 3D americana é baseada no novo engine CEVO sim. :aplauso: :legal:



Toshiba Enhances 3D Accessibility With Multiple 3D TV Technologies

Company Plans to Demonstrate Glasses-Free 3D TV and CEVO™ Engine Technology for First Time in U.S. at CES 2011

LAS VEGAS, CES 2011, LVCC Central Hall Booth #11026–Jan. 6, 2011– Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today announced its most advanced 3D LED TVs for 2011. Featuring exclusive CEVO Engine Technology that includes enhancements for 3D picture quality, the new LED TVs also boast new ultra-thin cosmetic designs with chrome trim that add a touch of elegance to any home décor. In addition, Toshiba plans to demonstrate its cutting edge Glasses Free 3D TV for the first time in the U.S. at CES.

“For 2011, Toshiba is incorporating the new CEVO Engine to create stunning 2D images, immersive 3D images and more advanced and interactive connectivity,” said Scott Ramirez, Vice President of Product Marketing and Development. “CEVO takes 3D to the next level and to make sure it is available to everyone, we are offering it in both Dynamic – active – 3D and Natural – passive – 3D in a variety of screen sizes.”

WiMAX is currently available in 54 cities nationwide and is expected to be available in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Minneapolis, New York and Pittsburgh by the end of 2010.

For 2011, Toshiba 3D models utilize the CEVO Engine, which includes three key 3D technologies that set Toshiba 3D apart:

* TriVector™ 2D to 3D Conversion: With TriVector, consumers can watch all of their favorite 2D TV programming, 2D Blu-ray Discs®, and personal camcorder movies in high quality 3D. Consumers can even view their 2D digital still pictures in 3D and play their favorite 2D video games in 3D.
* 3D Resolution+™: 3D Resolution+ technology automatically upconverts and sharpens 3D sources that are not native full HD – such as top/bottom or left/right formats – to create a consistently high quality 3D experience.
* 3D Cross Talk Canceller: For Dynamic 3D models, 3D Cross Talk Canceller technology mitigates any cross talk ghosting to create the clearest possible dynamic 3D images.

To help expand consumer acceptance of 3D, Toshiba will be one of the first manufacturers to offer both Dynamic (Active) 3D and Natural (Passive) 3D series and will apply its CEVO engine to both 3D technologies.

Natural 3D
Toshiba’s first Natural 3D LED TV, the TL515 Series, creates stunning 3D images using affordable polarized glasses, making it ideal for longer viewing periods and 3D gaming. The TL515 Series is ideal for consumers looking for a great 3D experience and a low total cost of ownership. Featuring a Black Brushed Aluminum look, the TVs feature a 1080p Full HD CineSpeed® Plus LED panel with Local Dimming for enhanced contrast and new 240Hz ClearScan™ technology for smoother motion.

The TL515 Series also features the ultimate in connectivity with built-in Wi-Fi® and Net TV with Yahoo!® Widgets, making it easy access online content and social networking sites. The TL515 Series will be available in 32-, 42-, 47-, 55- and 65-inch diagonal screen sizes, starting in March 2011.

Dynamic 3D
For the videophile that cannot compromise on picture quality in 2D or 3D, UL610 Cinema Series® TVs feature Toshiba’s all new Full HD 1080p Quantum BLACK™ LED Panel with Fine Local Dimming and CrystalCoat™, which provide dramatic contrast for the deepest blacks, a faster response time and new CEVO-powered 480Hz ClearScan technology that enables an incredibly clear picture during fast motion. With active shutter glasses, the UL610 Cinema Series provides 1920x1080p Full HD 3D for images that truly jump off the screen.

The UL610 Cinema Series feature Toshiba’s new Metal Blade Design with Illusion Stand and includes built-in Wi-Fi, Net TV with Yahoo! Widgets and a built-in sub-woofer speaker. The UL610 Cinema Series will be available in 46-, 55- and 65-inch diagonal screen sizes, and will be available in April 2011.

http://us.toshiba.com/pressrelease/509560?fromPage=editorials
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Roberto

jorgeluizpenha
27-03-2011, 14:15
Robertoy, mantenha sempre o tópico atualizado pois sempre passo aqui para saber de novidades. Uma pergunta pessoal. Por que você adora a toshiba?

Robertoy
28-03-2011, 06:50
Negócio da China.

Toshiba buscando cascaio chinês com o lançamento de vários modelos de tv´s LCD, incluindo o modelo 55X1000C, que deve se baseado no novo engine CEVO Engine (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray/page157).

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20101216/188190/
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A Toshiba tem parceria com as empresas chinesas TCL e Konka:

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2714715&viewfull=1#post2714715

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2853756&viewfull=1#post2853756



[China] Toshiba LCD TV sales quadrupled: 200 million planned for next year

Toshiba, LCD TV sales to strengthen in China
2011/03/28 (Mon) 03:40:05, by author

Toshiba, LCD TV sales to strengthen in China. LCD TV market in China, a big growth potential future expansion of sales network and introducing new products, through brand awareness, in 2011 plans to raise 200 million the year four times the number of sales 10 it. BEIJING - Shingo Kurokawa Makoto;

Toshiba brand TV joint sales company in China, China Bijuarupurodakutsu Toushiba (China frequently viewed products TOSHIBA) 15 July, a new product launch held in Beijing. LCD TV "REGZA" top model, 3D-capable "55X1000C" in overseas markets has revealed that the first release. Released from the end of this month, the sale price of 50,000 yuan (about 630,000 yen) said. To bring together the new model in China continue to expand the 9 series 24 model.

Seeks to extend the market even further. Aims to expand sales network in the inland city, including coastal, the number of shops and general retailers merchandise the company about the current 2,200 stores 10,000 in fiscal year 12 stores, 10,000 FY2001 5,000 widen stores plans. In the current fiscal year 13, about 2 percent of China LCD TV market share in the aim to increase to 5% or more.

According to Chinese Vice President Hatta Takashi Bijuarupurodakutsu Toshiba LCD TV sales in China's total number of 10-year 35 million? 36 million units expected. 11 year overtook the U.S. LCD TV market in China expected to become the world's largest.

Toshiba has developed a special 3D glasses with no LCD TV you can watch the video "REGZA 3D glasses-free" and is also currently considering the introduction of China, and project director of the Division II Norimitsu Shigenori Toushiba Bijuarupurodakutsu Video "I want to be introduced as early as next year," he said.

Tyuugoku electronics giant Toshiba TCL Toshiba established a joint venture with China Bijuarupurodakutsu collective marketing activities started in October this year. Capital is 50 million yuan (about 3,000 million yen 600 million), and Toushiba stake 51%, TCL49%.

http://www.toupie.biz/article4-4.html
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Mais sobre a Toshiba REGZA 55X1000C (CEVO engine):
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3097411&viewfull=1#post3097411
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3098970&viewfull=1#post3098970
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3100198&viewfull=1#post3100198

Roberto

Robertoy
28-03-2011, 09:38
Robertoy, mantenha sempre o tópico atualizado pois sempre passo aqui para saber de novidades. Uma pergunta pessoal. Por que você adora a toshiba?
jorgeluizpenha,

Eu tenho procurado manter o tópico atualizado desde que comecei a postar aqui, em 04/2008. :legal:

Curiosidade...

Na minha primeira postagem no tópico eu havia comentado que seria legal a Toshiba lançar dvd players com chipset Anchor Bay para upscale...
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1077530&viewfull=1#post1077530

E em dezembro de 2009 aparece aqui no Brasil através da Semp Toshiba o dvd player STi SD9070SR "pé-de-boi" com upscale via Anchor Bay ABT1030. :aplauso: :tu:

http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/5790/fuscanoel.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2072430#post2072430
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29

Eu admiro a Toshiba por ser uma empresa desenvolvedora de tecnologias, que vai desde o desenvolvimento de memórias, processadores até o projeto de produtos como a linha de tv´s REGZA por exemplo.

Por incrível que pareça até o momento em casa eu só tenho 2 produtos da Toshiba (na verdade da Semp...): Um video-cassete que está encostado a muito tempo e uma tv de tubo de 14"...

O maior lançamento da Semp Toshiba no Brasil em 2009: O placar eletrônico na Vila Belmiro em Santos...:riso: :Putz:

http://i53.tinypic.com/23u34uo.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1888686#post1888686
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1908213&viewfull=1#post1908213
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1917889&viewfull=1#post1917889

O maior lançamento da Semp Toshiba no Brasil em 2011?: LCD LED 3D de 65" com engine CEVO???:legal:

http://revistahometheater.uol.com.br/site/img/upload/500233.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3097411&viewfull=1#post3097411 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3097411&viewfull=1#post3097411)

Roberto

Robertoy
28-03-2011, 14:41
Rapais...

GT5 em 3 tv´s Toshiba REGZA 32"...:legal:




Played Gran Turismo 5 for the first time a multi-screen.
Using the full-screen replay is too wonderful.

Handle: FANATEC Co. "Porsche 911 GT2 Wheel"
Monitor: Toshiba REGZA 32 inches × 3
Speaker: YAMAHA made 5.1ch "TSS-20" + Sonic fan
Seat: Sparco products


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFS1EkN1wSc


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBg9sJf_jBo


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IZ-blVJ0as


Roberto

Robertoy
28-03-2011, 16:46
Rapais...Que curioso.

Monitor LCD Toshiba de 14" (1366x768) com conexão USB que serve ao mesmo tempo para alimentação e transmissão do sinal de video.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1d3tXT31lA
http://us.toshiba.com/computers/accessories/mobile-monitor

Roberto

Robertoy
28-03-2011, 17:47
Análise da About.com com a Toshiba 46WX800U Cinema Series 3D

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/7/G/a/1/toshiba46wx800ufrontview890e.jpg
http://hometheater.about.com/od/televisionproductreviews/fr/Toshiba-46wx800u-Cinema-Series-3d-led-Lcd-Nettv-Review.htm
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Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2782616&viewfull=1#post2782616 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2782616&viewfull=1#post2782616)

Será que além dessas tv´s LCD LED 3D que aparentemente irão utilizar o novo engine CEVO, a Semp Toshiba também lançará modelos Toshiba REGZA LCD LED 2D e 3D "mais simples", utilizando o bom e velho engine Toshiba Meta Brain?

Análise da Audioholics com a Toshiba 46WX800U 3D
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3107786#post3107786

Roberto

jorgeluizpenha
29-03-2011, 01:11
Valeu pela resposta. Uma boa semana pra você.
E continue atualizando...

Robertoy
31-03-2011, 14:50
Análise da Home Theater HiFi com o player Blu-ray 3D Toshiba BDX3000




Toshiba BDX3000 Blu-ray 3D Player
Written by Chris Eberle and Stephen Hornbrook
Thursday, 17 March 2011 00:00

http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/images/stories/2011/february-2011/toshiba-bdx3000-3d-player/toshiba-bdx3000-fig1-lg.jpg

Introduction

By now you’ve heard lots about 3D TVs. Every manufacturer has at least one 3D-capable model and even the projector companies are offering new products that include this technology. The display is not the only component required to view 3D however. You will also need, at a minimum, a new Blu-ray player. The format itself has not changed but a 3D model is required to view Blu-ray 3D discs. No matter what the brand, every 3D flat panel has a companion player. In the case of the Toshiba WX800 Cinema Series LED panel, recently reviewed at Secrets, that player is the BDX3000.

Display options extend to setting the output resolution, aspect ratio, film mode, deep color and the 3D mode. Output resolution usually works fine when set to Auto but I prefer to force 1080p just to be safe. TV Aspect will nearly always be 16:9 Pillarbox which shows 4:3 DVDs correctly with bars on the left and right.

HD performance was very good from the Toshiba. It passed the important jaggies tests with excellent picture quality. I was not able to test noise reduction since I couldn’t find any settings for it on the player. It did not appear to be performing any sort of noise reduction on our tests.

Standard DVD performance was excellent as the Toshiba BDX3000 passed all our deinterlacing tests. The high detail Super Speedway clip took less than half a second to lock on, and once it did, it looked great. Switching from video to film was done correctly, but the transition was visible for a split second. 2:2 video was also handled correctly. I did notice some blocking on the Chroma ICP test via component.

http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/images/stories/2011/february-2011/toshiba-bdx3000-3d-player/toshiba-bdx-3000-blu-ray-player-benchmark-chart-large.gif

Conclusions

My overall experience with the BDX3000 was a good one. Blu-ray video and audio performance was on par with every other player I’ve tested. DVD up-conversion was better than average at this price point and music playback over the TOSLink connection was decent. The only real flaw was poor ergonomics. Scrolling through menus was just too labor-intensive when the player couldn’t keep up with the remote. I also didn’t like the lack of traditional buttons on the front panel. I’ve seen several components from different companies with touch-sensitive controls and I don’t like any of them. Please give us real buttons!

The Internet apps are somewhat crude and sluggish but it’s hard to find too much fault since Toshiba includes WiFi. Adding 3D to the mix at least will make you ready for the future if 3D is indeed it. It’s hard to say what will happen until more content is made available but if you want 3D now, a player like the BDX3000 is a necessity. As a convergence component, it competes favorably with similar offerings from other companies. The Internet thing is still new to consumer electronics and I haven’t seen any products really stand out yet. Compared to a more refined device like the Apple TV, these players have a little work to do yet.

At $279, the BDX-3000 is at the upper end of Blu-ray player prices but it offers everything the competition does at that level. With solid audio and video performance, you won’t regret adding this player to your system. Recommended.

http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/blu-ray-players/1059-toshiba-bdx3000-blu-ray-3d-player.html
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Outras análises com players Blu-ray Toshiba:

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2755634&viewfull=1#post2755634
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2763783&viewfull=1#post2763783
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2799858&viewfull=1#post2799858
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2858156&viewfull=1#post2858156

Roberto

Robertoy
05-04-2011, 10:52
A Semp Toshiba anunciou que irá lançar players Blu-ray no Brasil. :legal:

http://img175.imageshack.us/img175/385/21670383.jpg

Resta saber se serão players BD da Toshiba ou STi...
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29?p=3114100&viewfull=1#post3114100
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29?p=3125569&viewfull=1#post3125569

Se a Semp Toshiba lançar players Blu-ray Toshiba BDX, o modelo mais "pé-de-boi" (basicão/simplão) deles é o Toshiba BDX1100.

Interessante o equalizador de video com ajustes como:

Menu Video processing

-Brightness
-Constrast
-Hue
-Saturation
-Sharpness (High, Medium, Low)

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/menu_video_schaerfe.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/menu_video_eq.jpg

Menu Motion Video Processing

-Standard, Vivid, Smooth

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/menu_bildprogramme.jpg

Análise da AreaDVD com o player Blu-ray Toshiba BDX1100.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rIGOYSXHK2U

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/komplett_2.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/inside.jpg

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/Toshiba_BDX1100KE/remote_1.jpg

http://i51.tinypic.com/ncqpe.jpg
http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2010/toshiba_bdx1100ke.shtml
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Roberto

Robertoy
06-04-2011, 10:49
Novos produtos Toshiba anunciados na europa.

Nova LCD LED (Direct LED) 55ZL1, o primeiro modelo europeu com o novo engine CEVO.

O recurso "Auto Calibration" parece muito bom (e prático).

Deve incorporar estudos (aprimorados) do "Toshiba Hollywood Project"

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2635323&viewfull=1#post2635323



Toshiba CEVO-ENGINE paves the way for a new TV world

55ZL1 is the first TV to feature the CEVO-ENGINE

Neuss, Germany, 05th April 2011

CEVO-ENGINE allows Toshiba’s high-end TVs to offer striking picture quality, advanced 3D and personalised TV experience.

Today, Toshiba Europe GmbH announced the launch of the new powerful multiprocessor platform CEVO-ENGINE in Europe. It delivers the calculation power needed to offer a wide selection of innovative high-end applications on TVs. These include studio-monitor technology ‘Auto Calibration’ that delivers film studio picture quality; enhanced 3D features such as powerful conversion of 2D content into 3D content; face recognition to automatically personalise TV settings; and expanded connectivity to access Web-based services and connect to peripheral devices. Toshiba Europe GmbH also announces the 55ZL1 as the first model powered by the CEVO-ENGINE. The new TV features active shutter 3D technology and also carries the world´s first 512 cluster local dimming Pro-LED512 panel. The 55ZL1 with its 140cm (55”) screen will be available from May 2011 in Europe.

CEVO-ENGINE – powerful enabler for innovations on TVs
“The CEVO-ENGINE is the powerhouse behind Toshiba’s innovative upcoming TV line-up - the unprecedented application offering makes use of the multi-processor’s high performance,” said Sascha Lange, Head of Marketing, Visual Products Toshiba Europe. “The first versions of the CEVO-ENGINE consist of a 7 core processing unit, a high-speed integrated DRAM and a co-processor for special picture-algorithms”.

Auto Calibration for studio monitor quality at home
CEVO-ENGINE allows for a tremendous increase in picture quality. It powers the new Auto Calibration tool, which automatically optimises the display’s settings to display movies with exactly the colours and grey scale as were intended by the film’s directors. The colour-analyser -based approach was used by professionals only until now and required an external computer. Now the CEVO-ENGINE can carry out all calculations internally.

Advanced 3D brings viewers right into the middle of the scene
As 3D content is still rather limited, CEVO-ENGINE runs a powerful 2D to 3D conversion algorithm. To extract high-quality 3D images from a 2D source, Toshiba implemented sophisticated 3D rendering. Thanks to Depth Control, the user can even adjust the level of the 3D effect. Powered by CEVO-ENGINE, Intelligent 3D+ further enhances the picture quality in 3D mode. It eliminates interferences or ghost images by decreasing the panel’s response time using panel overdrive technology. Plus, it ensures brilliant colours and high brightness in 3D mode.

Personal-TV: the TV knows user preferences
With the CEVO-ENGINE, Toshiba introduces a new usability feature in its TVs that is characterized by a close relationship between user and TV. TVs that feature Personal-TV are able to store personal picture settings and a personal channel list for up to four users .It also supports personal grouping of recorded content per user. In addition the TV set is able to remember the volume level of each user after switching off. Via an integrated camera, the face recognition application identifies up to four viewers sitting in front of the screen. The Personal-TV tool then selects the personal settings that they have chosen. Personal-TV also recognises whether anybody is sitting in front of the TV at all. The tool automatically switches the TV into standby mode if no-one is watching for a time. This energy saving action helps to reduce the users’ ecological footprint.

SMART-TV: the whole virtual world on the TV screen
CEVO-ENGINE also runs advanced SMART-TV functions. It provides access to Toshiba Places, Toshiba’s online platform that allows streaming, purchasing and sharing Web-based content. The CEVO-ENGINE powered TVs will support the HbbTV standard (Hybrid broadcast broadband TV). Last but not least, the multi-processor engine allows HDD (hard disk drive) video recording. The recording can be started instantly with one touch, triggered by a manual timer setting or by programming via the electronic programming guide (EPG).

55ZL1: World’s first TV with embedded CEVO-ENGINE
Toshiba chose the new 55ZL1 as the world’s first TV to be embedded with the high-performance CEVO-ENGINE. It offers the CEVO-powered features; Auto Calibration, active shutter 3D technology with 2D to 3D conversion and 3D Depth Control, and Intelligent 3D+. Plus it comes with Personal-TV , Smart-TV with easy access to Toshiba Places, HbbTV support and HDD video recording. The 55ZL1 will be delivered with a 500GB hard disk drive that can be unobtrusively and easily mounted at the TV’s rear. The 55ZL1’s soundbar provides a stunning and natural sound.

World´s first 512 cluster local dimming solution
The 55ZL1 features an LED panel with a 512 cluster Local-Dimming solution that allows an optimised matching of content and backlight level. This results in perfect black reproduction and grey scales. 3,072 LEDs integrated into the panel backlighting achieve an outstanding peak brightness of 1,000cd/m². This ensures that, even when switched to 3D mode with active shutter glasses, the brightness level is comparable to that so far only achieved in 2D mode.

http://eu.press.toshiba.eu/en/articles/pressgeneric/pr_cevo_2011
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+ novidades da Toshiba:

-Novos players Blu-ray BDX1200 e BDX3200 (3D)
-Colaboração entre Toshiba e Yamaha
-Toshiba Places
-Novas LCD Toshiba: UL863 ("Personal tv" (Face Recognition)), VL863, SL833

Curioso o sistema de reconhecimento de face presente nas Toshiba UL863 (32", 37", 42" e 46").

Elas possuem um sistema de reconhecimento de face (através de uma câmera embutida) para até quatro usuários, que ao identificá-los, seleciona automaticamente os ajustes pessoais de cada indivíduo (ajustes de imagem, som e configuração de canais).

http://eu.press.toshiba.eu/en/lists/pr_list_press_releases

Roberto

Robertoy
07-04-2011, 10:17
Detalhes técnicos sobre o novo engine CEVO (DNA CELL) da Toshiba.

As tv´s com engine CEVO poderão ser implementadas também com comandos "Daniel San" :bD (reconhecimento de gestos).

http://img107.imageshack.us/img107/880/karatebc4.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1096711#post1096711



Toshiba reveals hex-core ARM A9 TV processor

Steve Bush
Thursday 07 April 2011 10:49

Toshiba has announced a successor to the Cell processor, designed specifically for high-end TVs.

Called Cevo Engine, it is a three-die system-in-package that includes a three-level hierarchy of co-processors.

According to a Toshiba spokesman, though computationally powerful, the existing Cell processor dissipates too much heat to be used inside a TV.

The most significant chip in Cevo is a 40nm device with six ARM Cortex-A9 cores running at just under 600MHz.

Attached to three of the A9s is the first level of processing support: ARM Neon general-purpose SIMD co-processors.

On the same silicon is a Toshiba designed media processor which delivers the second level of co-processing.

To provide closely-couple memory, a custom DRAM is directly flip-chip mounted on the processor die.

The mounting technique, which uses solder bumps between the two die with no interposer layers, was developed in-house and provides a 512bit wide data path.

Beside this die sandwich in the package is the third die, a 65nm CMOS chip with four hardware accelerators for TV-specific processing, including one for 2D to 3D conversion.

Once again connectivity is unusual. This chip has normal wire bonds around its edge, as well as wire bonds to its heart which link directly to the processor die.

Toshiba is concentrating on 3D viewing with in its top-end HD TVs, using technology including 2D to 3D conversion based on scene geometry extraction - developed from the firm's research lab in Cambridge.

Running at full throttle, Cevo is capable of calculating the nine separate images required to give eight people glasses-less 3D viewing on a single TV screen.

Another technology developed at the Cambridge lab that will be offered on Cevo-equipped TVs soon is gesture and face recognition.

This uses a camera built into the TV to image the viewers, and from this information up to four different viewers in a household can be automatically recognised - allowing their personal viewing and programming preferences to be loaded.

Gesture recognition allows viewers to, for example, change the audio volume with a sweep of the hand.

http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/2011/04/07/50858/Toshiba-reveals-hex-core-ARM-A9-TV-processor.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
07-04-2011, 10:55
Comentários sobre o sistema de reconhecimento facial proporcionado pelo engine CEVO.

O sistema ao reconhecer o peão na frente da tv (ela pode armazenar até 4 peões) pode carregar automaticamente os ajustes manuais de imagem, som, canais previamente realizados e salvos por ele (e pelos outros 3 peões).

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-facerecognition4-420-90.jpg

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-facerecognition2-420-90.jpg

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-facerecognition3-420-90.jpg

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/Toshiba-facerecognition-420-90.jpg
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/toshiba-cevo-tv-face-recognition-tech-explained-940647
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Roberto

Robertoy
07-04-2011, 11:14
O recurso "Auto Calibration" parece muito bom (e prático).

Deve incorporar estudos (aprimorados) do "Toshiba Hollywood Project"

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2635323&viewfull=1#post2635323

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2494282&viewfull=1#post2494282

O sistema "Auto Calibration" da Toshiba no Toshiba World event 2011 em Roma.

http://photos.expertreviews.co.uk/images/front_picture_library_Expert_Reviews/dir_288/er_photo_144415_52.jpg

"O Auto Calibration é bom, bom, Auto Calibration é bom, bom, bom!
O Calibration, tion, calibration, tion"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgihz8Uo-BY

Comentários sobre a linha mid-range 3D Toshiba REGZA VL apresentada no Toshiba World event 2011.

Essa tv utiliza o sistema 3D passivo.

Essa tv também conta com o sistema "Auto Calibration".

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-vl-series3-420-90.jpg
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/hands-on-toshiba-regza-vl-series-review-941052
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Roberto

Robertoy
08-04-2011, 10:47
Detalhes sobre o CEVO engine, Auto Calibration, 3D na Toshiba World 2011 em Roma

http://cdn.mos.techradar.com//classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/Toshiba%20World%202011-728-75.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMl0BswGQHY

Segundo a Toshiba europa em 2012 estará disponível o 3D sem óculos com alta qualidade com a utilização do engine CEVO e desenvolvimentos feitos pela empresa.



Toshiba: glasses-free 3D coming to Europe in 2012

Just a year to wait until you ditch the glasses

By Marc Chacksfield
Thursday at 08:00 BST

Toshiba announced its UK 3D TV line-up in Rome this week, with the company revealing that it will be offering both passive and active 3D TVs.

Its big plan, however, is glasses-free 3D – something that has already launched in Japan and will be ready to be launched in Europe next year.

This is according Sascha Lange, head of marketing for Toshiba Europe Visual Products, who used Toshiba's European Forum in Rome to announce that its glasses-free technology is set for big improvements and it is all down to Toshiba's R&D department.

"Many people say that it will take five years to get 3D without glasses with good picture quality," said Lange

"We can say that it will take just 12 months to get high-quality glasses-free 3D.

"This is because of our own Cevo engine and all the in-house innovation we are creating."

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-presentation-420-90.jpg


http://www.techradar.com/news/television/toshiba-glasses-free-3d-coming-to-europe-in-2012-941046
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Roberto

Robertoy
08-04-2011, 11:09
Toshiba PROLED 512

Full LED backlight com local dimming em 512 zonas


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P10_sVSWCtg

A Toshiba REGZA 55ZL1 (CEVO engine, 3D 400Hz (sistema europeu 50Hz) Auto Calibration, PROLED 512)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjKH4Jk8ccA

Roberto

Robertoy
08-04-2011, 14:26
Auto Calibration + Toshiba TPA-1 (Toshiba Picture Analizer)

O sensor TPA-1 utilizado no sistema Auto Calibration da Toshiba é produzido pela X-Rite, a mesma que produz os colorímetros Eye-One.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-ajpBtYhFc
http://www.dday.it/redazione/3280/Toshiba-calibrazione-automatica-per-il-TV.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
08-04-2011, 17:42
Comentários sobre a linha mid-range 3D Toshiba REGZA VL apresentada no Toshiba World event 2011.

Essa tv utiliza o sistema 3D passivo.

Essa tv também conta com o sistema "Auto Calibration".

http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/classifications/home-entertainment/tv/images/toshiba-vl-series3-420-90.jpg
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/hands-on-toshiba-regza-vl-series-review-941052
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Roberto
As novas Toshiba REGZA LCD LED 3D VL863 são baseadas no sistema passivo FPR da LG.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/05/toshiba-shows-off-2011-hdtvs-with-the-most-local-dimming-ledsInglês > Português (http://translate.google.com.br/translate?hl=pt-BR&sl=en&tl=pt&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.engadget.com%2F2011%2F04%2F05%2 Ftoshiba-shows-off-2011-hdtvs-with-the-most-local-dimming-leds-f%2F)

Hands-on with LGs FPR 3DTVs at Seoul
Roydon Cerejo, Apr 08, 2011 1704 hrs IST

http://images.techtree.com/ttimages/story/115056_18.jpg
http://www.techtree.com/India/Features/Hands-on_with_LGs_FPR_3DTVs_at_Seoul/551-115056-899-1.html
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O Lulala com o FPR 3D da LG.

http://img.koreatimes.co.kr/upload/news/110404_p11_LG1(1).jpg
http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/tech/2011/04/129_84439.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
11-04-2011, 10:37
Toshiba agora com memórias Flash NAND de 24nm

Elas serão comercializadas em módulos de 4Gb até 64Gb.



April 6, 2011 02:02pm

Toshiba Unveils SmartNAND Family of 24nm Flash Memory

http://common1.ziffdavisinternet.com/util_get_image/29/0,1468,i=297748,00.jpg

Toshiba America has announced that it is expanding its offering of NAND Flash memory by introducing SmartNAND, a new family of Flash based on a new 24nm production process that integrates a control chip with an error correction code (ECC).

The new 24nm SmartNAND will replace current-generation 32nm devices, utilizing a faster controller and internal interface that result in faster read and write speeds, and overall performance. Toshiba claims read speeds may be up 1.9 times faster than current models, and write speeds 1.5 times faster. SmartNAND is also designed to support four read modes and two write modes, and to support a special "power save" made for low-power requests.

In addition, the SmartNAND series also removes "the burden of ECC from the host processor, while minimizing protocol changes," according to a Toshiba press release. The simplifies the design and makes memory using advanced NAND technoloy better suited for inclusion in digital televisions, portable media players, tablet PCs, set-top boxes, and other devices that require high-density, non-volatile memory.

In a statement, Scott Nelson, vice president of the Memory Business Unit of Toshiba America Electronic Components, said, "Toshiba's new SmartNAND will provide our customers a smoother design experience into 24nm generation and beyond. By enabling the system designer to directly manage the NAND using a standard or custom host NAND controller, while leaving the function of error correction within the NAND package, SmartNAND results in faster time to market, access to leading geometries and potentially lowers design costs when compared to conventional NAND flash implementations with external ECC."

SmartNAND Flash memory will appear in capacities ranging from 4GB to 64GB; samples will be available starting in mid April, with mass production slated for the second quarter of 2011.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2383175,00.asp
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+ Sobre memórias flash NAND
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1879723&viewfull=1#post1879723

Roberto

Robertoy
18-04-2011, 15:25
Matéria da FrazPC (Polônia) sobre a Toshiba World 2011

http://static.frazpc.pl/cms/2011/04/strona_glowna_promowany_toshiba_world_03.png

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http://static.frazpc.pl/cms/2011/04/konferencja020_toshibaworld2011.jpg

http://www.frazpc.pl/artykuly/916791,Relacja-z-Toshiba-World-2011.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
19-04-2011, 10:01
Como as tv´s da Toshiba baseadas no processador CELL B.E. (tv´s CELL REGZA) eram caras, pois necessitavam que o módulo com o processador CELL ficasse montado fora do gabinete da tv por questões de espaço e sistema de refrigeração reforçado:

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111427.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111428.jpg

http://www.rbbtoday.com/imgs/zoom/111431.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2615246&viewfull=1#post2615246

A Toshiba desenvolveu o processador CEVO para resolver essas questões:

http://www.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/news/20100903/244227/toshiba1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2621470&viewfull=1#post2621470

Matéria da Hardware.info (Holanda) com mais detalhes sobre o novo engine CEVO



Toshiba 'CEVO' TV's with 7-core ARM processor

Active and passive 3D, powerful engine, web functionality

Author: Eric Ballegoie

CEVO Engine

Where everything from Toshiba until recently revolved around the Cell processor, is the buzz word this year "CEVO Engine". The CEVO engine uses a chip which is very similar to Toshiba Cell processor, but much less energy, based on ARM and some hard-coded instructions on board specifically designed for televisions.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-1.jpg

The CEVO engine consists of a combined chip containing the main video processor and video co-processor. In all, seven cores the chip and onboard memory via a 9.6 Gbps wide data bus connects to the rest of the chip.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-2.jpg

The heart of the CEVO engine consists of three ARM Cortex A9 Proccessor, each linked to its own neon "GPU" that specified by ARM among others can be used for video encoding and decoding, but also for 2D and 3D graphics , audio and speech processing.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-3.jpg

Looking at that one-shot of the processor, we see that is being used for 40nm and that the main DRAM memory, while the AV input-output shared at 60Nm baked.

Co-processor and LED Pro 512

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-4.jpg

The co-processor regulates the CEVO-engine four tasks, including everything to do with 3D. Behalve de aansturing van het panel en de backlight, kan de processor ook 2D content omzetten naar 3D. Besides controlling the panel and the backlight, the processor can also convert 2D content to 3D.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-5.jpg

The new flagship Toshiba makes a full use of LED backlighting over 3000 LEDs in 512 clusters can be controlled. Toshiba calls this' Pro Led 512. The CEVO Engine is used to analyze incoming images and the 512 LED clusters can be controlled so that the contrast is optimal. During demonstrations in Rome saw the 512 Pro LED screens look very nice, with deep blacks and bright whites in an image. Of course we can pass a final verdict as we screen our dental lab to have felt, but our first impression is positive.

Scanning backlight

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-6.jpg

The co-processor is used to calculate extra between images', in particular in films - shot in 24 fps - a smoother appearance. Toshiba's implementation of last year was not really convincing and models of this year we can look not so good that we now have an opinion on to sheets.

Another innovation that Toshiba uses - not alone - the use of a scanning backlight. In eight steps, the backlight behind the screen continuously from top to bottom off briefly when the LCD pixel to change state. One result is that the transitions are not visible, which creates a sharper picture and crosstalk in 3D mode is reduced.

Super Resolution

A feature which we skeptical is the 'Super Resolution' operation. Both in normal SD content like 2D side-by-side and top-bottom 3D images, must be upscaled to full screen images to show. So far nothing new, because this should be any television with a Full HD panel.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-7.jpg

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-processor-8.jpg

Toshiba uses a portion of the engine however CEVO upscaled 2D and 3D content display and downscale the image by comparing with the original. At the moment there is a difference between the two is found, concludes that the chip first image errors encountered in upscaling and image sharpening, and seeks to correct those errors. A total of three times through this process, with the idea that more and more upscale and sharpening errors detected and removed. In theory this sounds very good course, but the result will depend on the algorithms. Since we are the new models have not been able to see images familiar to us, yet we can not give an opinion on the effectiveness of the Resolution Plus feature.

Auto Calibration

A truly unique feature that Toshiba preliminary note is the possibility that auto calibration on most new models is possible. Through an optional sensor (cost around 250 euros) via USB on the TV is connected to the TV using a built-in self testpatronengerator a series of gray and color patterns on the screen magic that the deviation is measured. At the end of the processor, these abnormalities in the Look Up Table (LUT) written to the screen then the screen should be perfectly calibrated.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-calibratie1.jpg

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-calibratie3.jpg

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-calibratie4.jpg

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-calibratie5.jpg

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/fv-articles/toshiba-cevo-calibratie6.jpg

For those who prefer to work with external devices is also possible to manually measured color coordinates, and then these values ​​in the LUT processing.

We are very curious to see how the auto calibration function. As previously reported in this article, we have the new models only during the brief introduction to Rome to see, a truly believes we can therefore only when we give the first new TV in our lab under Toshiba had a look at!

http://mobile.hardware.info/nl-NL/articles/2081/Toshiba_CEVO_TVs_met_7core_ARMprocessor/
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Roberto

Robertoy
19-04-2011, 15:20
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJLsHdbVoK0&NR=1



Today at 9:37 am

Toshiba to introduce self-destruct hard drives
by Mat Bettinson

Anything fishy and the data is toast

http://www.pcr-online.biz/static/images/news/36199/184_11739_toshdrive184.jpg?i=1303202750

Toshiba announced a new 2.5-inch 'self-encrypting hard drive' equipped with what the firm describes as Wipe Technology.

The new MK6461GSYG family of 7,200rpm 2.5-inch SATA hard drives provide a range of options for the firm's AES-256 bit encrypted Wipe Technology to avoid sensitive data falling into the wrong hands.

Whole disks or parts of the disk can be configured for the Wipe Technology to invalidate the data on a number of conditions such as when the drive is connected to an unauthorized host system, when instructed by the host system (decomissioning), or even on power-down.

The drives are likely to appeal to a number of users, such as government and corporate laptops, which could tie the data wiping functions of the drive to other security measures such as Intel's Anti Theft 3.0 system.

Toshiba also cited a nuber of other applications that could benefit from the additional data security such as multifunction printers and embedded point-of-sale systems.

The series will be available in a range of capacities from 160GB to 640GB with mass production to begin by the end of June.

It's unclear at this stage if the drives will give users the customary 30 second warning before self-destructing.

http://www.pcr-online.biz/news/36199/Toshiba-to-introduce-self-destruct-hard-drives
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Robertoy
20-04-2011, 10:39
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2506/toshibaapple.jpg

Depois do cascaio da Apple com memórias Nand flash da Toshiba:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2084401&viewfull=1#post2084401

Cascaio da Apple também em parte do investimento de 1,2 bilhão de dólares na construção de fábrica de painéis LCD pequenos da Toshiba.

Claro que (grande) parte da produção vai ficar reservada para os iPhones.

http://www.electronista.com/articles/10/12/13/toshiba.spending.12b.for.iphone.lcd.plant/

Rumor: Apple vai dar uma forcinha para a Toshiba poder fabricar mais LCDs de iPhones

http://macmagazine.com.br/2010/12/13/rumor-apple-vai-dar-uma-forcinha-para-a-toshiba-poder-fabricar-mais-lcds-de-iphones/

Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2847733&viewfull=1#post2847733

Segundo jornal japonês a Apple escolhe a Toshiba como única fornecedora japonesa de painés LCD para os iPhones.



APRIL 19, 2011, 10:55 P.M. ET

Apple Picks Toshiba As Only Japanese Supplier Of iPhone LCD Panels

TOKYO (Dow Jones)--Apple Inc. (AAPL) has effectively picked Toshiba Corp. (6502.TO) as the only Japanese supplier of liquid crystal panels for its iPhone, abandoning its earlier plans to invest in new LCD production facilities at both Toshiba and Sharp Corp. (6753.TO), a Japanese newspaper reported Wednesday.

The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun reported that Apple now plans to invest only in Toshiba's new LCD panel plant currently under construction in Ishikawa Prefecture, central Japan.

The report said that Sharp was no longer a candidate for Apple's investment.

Japanese media reported late last year that Apple planned to invest about Y100 billion each on new LCD production lines at Toshiba and Sharp to secure supplies of the key component for its popular smartphone.

Sharp said in a statement released Wednesday that the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun report "contradicts the facts."

A spokesman for Toshiba's LCD display unit declined to comment.

A spokesman at Apple Japan referred a request for comment to Apple in the U.S., where no one was immediately available.

-By Juro Osawa, Dow Jones Newswires; 813 6269 2794; juro.osawa@dowjones.com

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20110419-716871.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
20-04-2011, 11:22
Rapais...

O novo engine CEVO possui um grande poder de processamento não é mesmo?

Que tal um sistema com engine CEVO duplo duplicando esse poder de processamento? :rever1: :aplauso:

No Japão foi anunciada a linha de tv´s Toshiba REGZA série ZG2 (42"/47"/52") com novo painél IPS e o novo engine CEVO Duo. Essa linha permite gravar 6 canais de tv´s simultaneamente.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/j2006/REGZA_55ZG2_HP.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/pr_j2006.htm
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O engine CEVO em configuração dual core (CEVO Duo) duplicando o poder de processamento do engine CEVO.

Os 2 processadores CEVO:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/CEVO-Duo_big.jpg

O sistema CEVO Duo é constituído por duas placas:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Duo-plate_big.jpg

O sistema CEVO Duo dobrando o poder de processamento (6,8x) se comparado ao sistema CEVO "single", que já tem poder de processamento 3,4x superior a uma tv baseada no engine REGZA Engine DUO (linha REGZA Z1) (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3050185&viewfull=1#post3050185)

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Processor-speed_big.jpg

Com todo esse poder de processamento parece que os algoritmos utilizados para redução de ruídos também puderam ser aprimorados.

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Blocknoise_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201104/20/28274.html
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http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/images/11a/regza/eyecatch_zg2.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/zg2/index_j.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
20-04-2011, 14:37
Para quem mora em ambientes menores, as tv´s 3D com engine CEVO Duo de 42", 47" e 52" podem ser um exagero...

Sem problema.

Olha que belezinhas essas Toshiba REGZA série ZP2, 3D FullHD de 26" e 32" com painél IPS, óculos passivos e engine CEVO (single).

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/j2007/32zp2_web.JPG
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http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/images/11a/regza/eyecatch_zp2.jpg
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3D não interessa?

Sem problema.

As Toshiba REGZA série Z2 disponibilizam modelos 2D FullHD de 37", 42" e 47" com painél IPS e engine CEVO (single).

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/lineup/images/11a/regza/eyecatch_z2.jpg
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Roberto

Robertoy
25-04-2011, 09:15
Toshiba agora com memórias Flash NAND de 24nm

Elas serão comercializadas em módulos de 4Gb até 64Gb.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2383175,00.asp
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+ Sobre memórias flash NAND
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1879723&viewfull=1#post1879723

Roberto
Sandisk e Toshiba anunciam memória flash NAND de 64Gbit com tecnologia de 19nm.



SanDisk, Toshiba one up Intel, introduce 19nm flash memory

The 2 companies produce 2- and 3-bit-per cell NAND flash

By Lucas Mearian
April 22, 2011 11:11 AM ET

Computerworld - SanDisk and its partner Toshiba announced this week a 64Gbit NAND flash memory chip using 19-nanometer (nm) technology, a process one size smaller than the memory chip Intel and Micron announced last week.

SanDisk made marketing hay with the announcement by trumping Intel and Micron's 20nm chip, which was announced by their joint venture last week. SanDisk called its chip "the most advanced memory process technology node in the world."

"We are excited to introduce the world's smallest and lowest-cost NAND flash chips based on industry-leading 19nm process technology in our ongoing collaboration with our manufacturing partner Toshiba," Yoram Cedar, chief technology officer of SanDisk, said in a statement.

SanDisk and Toshiba will be changing over from the 24nm chip that they currently manufacture at their four fabrication facilities in Asia. In an earnings call this week, SanDisk CEO Sanjay Mehrotra said he didn't anticipate that the recent earthquakes and tsunami in Japan would cause any "meaningful changes" the conversion at the plants.

The new memory chip will be used for data storage in mobile phones, tablet computers and other mobile devices, SanDisk said.

The flash chip will come in two forms, a multi-level cell (MLC) product that holds two bits of data per cell and one that holds three bits per cell. Typically, three-bit MLC flash is used for USB thumb drives and other consumer products that require less reliability while two-bit MLC memory is used as primary storage in mobile devices.

SanDisk will sample its 19nm 64Gb X2 device this quarter and expects to begin high-volume production in the second half of 2011.

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9216081/SanDisk_Toshiba_one_up_Intel_introduce_19nm_flash_ memory?taxonomyId=15
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Roberto

Robertoy
27-04-2011, 09:35
Nova telinha LCD de 7" da Toshiba Mobile Display.

O interessante é que ela é uma tela capacitiva com função multi-touch integrada na célula de cristal líquido. Com isso, não é necessário se adicionar um painél touch ao LCD, deixando o painél 57% mais fino e 48% mais leve que painéis similares do mesmo tamanho, além de proporcionar menor consumo de energia.



Apr. 26 ,2011

Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD) has developed a 7.0-inch LTPS TFT LCD panel as a demonstration of its integrated in-cell touch panel technology

— Features capacitive multi-touch input function integrated in the liquid crystal cell —

http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/press/img/InCell.jpg

Toshiba Mobile Display Co., Ltd. (President: Makoto Kubo) has developed a 7.0-inch low-temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) for vehicle-mounted and industrial uses that enables multi-touch input on the display screen without the need for additional installation of a touch panel as a demonstration of its new touch panel technology.

The technology enables an integrated touch panel function by forming the display pixel electrodes and TFT within the LCD panel using LTPS TFT technology and creating a detecting circuit for electrostatic capacitance changes between the electrodes and the peripheral object. Compared to conventional LCDs with an external touch panel, the thickness is reduced by 57 percent to approximately 1 millimeter, the weight is reduced by 48 percent to 225 grams and the surface reflection ratio is reduced by 10 percent. Its smaller size enables the design of more compact products for mobile applications, reduces the impact on the environment by saving resources and power, provides crisp and clear images with minimal reflection of natural light even in a bright environment, and features intuitive multi-touch input.

Recently, an increasing number of smartphones, cellular phones, in-vehicle car navigation systems, tablet-type PCs and other equipment for mobile applications have been designed around a capacitive-type touch panel1 integrated LCD, thereby facilitating the rapid spread of products that feature a low-profile and reduced-weight design, and intuitive, easy and simple touch input. TMD has developed this technology in response to the increasing demand for in-cell touch panel2 LCDs with the touch panel function integrated in the LCD panel for further reduction of thickness, weight and environmental impact.

The capacitive-type touch panel is designed to form transparent electrodes on the touch panel and detect changes in electrostatic capacitance between the electrodes and the user’s fingers with high accuracy, thereby enabling the screen panel to respond easily to light finger touches. To integrate this feature in the LCD panel it is essential to suppress possible interference with various signals in the LCD panel. To address the problem, TMD has developed a proprietary sensor circuit, taking advantage of LTPS TFT technology. Specifically, an amplifier circuit is formed in the pixels to amplify the signals, which are then detected by the sensor for output, providing a configuration to precisely transmit sensor signals to the outside of LCD panel. This helps achieve consistent and fast-responding touch panel operation.

This technology will be exhibited in the Toshiba booth #1119 at SID 2011 International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition to be held from May 17 to May 19, 2011 in Los Angeles, Calif., USA.

http://www.tmdisplay.com/tm_dsp/press/2011/11-04-26_e.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
28-04-2011, 16:44
Toshiba lança cartão de memória SD de 1Gg do tipo "Gravou tá gravado".

Os cartões SD anunciados são Write Once, ou seja, gravam somente uma vez e depois não permitem edição/adição/remoção de conteúdos.

Eles foram criados para uso governamental.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/j2701/110426writenoteHP.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/pr_j2701.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-05-2011, 11:19
Análise da HDTVTest com a Toshiba REGZA 46WL768 3D (Engine Toshiba Meta Brain)

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/image/hdtv/Toshiba-46WL768/46wl768.jpg

http://i54.tinypic.com/otzvhz.jpg
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/toshiba-46wl768-40wl768-201104161088.htm
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http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/templates/Toshiba/ShowImage.ashx?size=450&iswidth=True&image=/upload/LCDTV/40%20Inch/WL768/3D-prod-image-v2.jpg&hArrow=&vArrow=
http://www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/Regza-LCD-TV/40-49-LCD-TV-screen-size/REGZA-46WL768/

Roberto

rodrigorodriguez
03-05-2011, 16:15
animal essa última hein roberto?




"Conhecer o caminho não é o mesmo que percorrer..."
http://www.importecnica.com.br/erika-firefox.jpghttp://www.importecnica.com.br/imgs/erikamartinz.jpg

Robertoy
10-05-2011, 17:25
rodrigorodriguez,

Parece que essa linha Toshiba REGZA WL768 3D européia é equivalente a linha Toshiba Cinema Series WX800U 3D americana, que parece que vai ser lançada no mercado brasileiro pela Semp Toshiba em breve.
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3189031&viewfull=1#post3189031
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3189724&viewfull=1#post3189724

Roberto

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+ Sobre memórias flash NAND
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Toshiba perto de emparelhar com a Samsung no mercado de memórias flash NAND



Toshiba close to catching Samsung in NAND share
Monday 09 May 2011 14:13

Toshiba has almost caught Samsung as the leading purveyor of NAND flash. In Q1, Toshiba was only one point of market share behind its Korean rival and licensee.

Toshiba finished the quarter with 35% share, according to DRAMeXchange, while Samsung had 36%.

In September 2007, the then president of Toshiba Corporation, Atsutoshi Nishida, stated that the company aimed to overtake Samsung as the world's largest manufacturer of NAND flash.

That was when Samsung had a 45% market share and Toshiba had only 28% share.

Nishida thought that cross-over would be achieved in 2008, but it has taken much longer. This time last year, at the end of Q1 2010, Samsung’s NAND market share was 38.5% and Toshiba’s was 33.8%.

It is thought that Toshiba's early introduction of three-bit-per-cell technology accelerated the closing of the market share gap.

Now 1% separates the company, and Nishida’s prediction could come true except for the fact that Toshiba was recently reported to have told customers that its NAND output would halve in May and June because of earthquake-related production problems.

The total NAND market grew 9.9% in Q1 compared to Q4 to reach $5.36bn.

http://i53.tinypic.com/35194k0.jpg

http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/2011/05/09/51020/toshiba-close-to-catching-samsung-in-nand-share.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
12-05-2011, 09:27
The LABhub

Site muito interessante sobre tecnologias desenvolvidas pela Toshiba. :legal:

http://i54.tinypic.com/b46mvb.jpg
http://www.leading-innovation.com/?lang=pt

Grandes ideias começam com uma folha em branco | Regza 3D


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mus8fY7uMlo

Making of -- The World's First 3d Advert -- Stop Motion Origami


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v62Ns3yv23Y

Roberto

Robertoy
18-05-2011, 00:39
"O Auto Calibration é bom, bom, o Auto Calibration é bom, bom, bom!
O Auto Calibration, tion, calibration, tion"

http://i51.tinypic.com/25hcsur.jpg
http://www.google.com.br/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=4&ved=0CDAQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Feu.press.toshiba.eu%2Fen%2Fdownlo ad%2Fcalibration_backgrounder_april_2011.pdf%3Ffil e%3DL2NvbnRlbnQvUHJlc3MvRG9jdW1lbnRzL0JhY2tncm91bm Rlci9UVi9jYWxpYnJhdGlvbl9iYWNrZ3JvdW5kZXJfYXByaWxf MjAxMS5wZGY%3D&rct=j&q=toshiba%20hollywood%20project&ei=wDjTTZT5F8na0QGIsrCLDA&usg=AFQjCNEv7neXx7cJbr3-qxiZ7AUfAdGYDA&cad=rja

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2010/toshiba_barcelona/hp1.jpg
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3130793&viewfull=1#post3130793
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3133534&viewfull=1#post3133534
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3158996&viewfull=1#post3158996

Roberto

Robertoy
19-05-2011, 09:02
Display LCD 8" da Toshiba com tela 3D sem óculos

8" 800x480

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/05/toshiba-3d-8-inch-glasses-free-sid-2011.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZKM2_mqi_Y

http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/18/toshibas-tablet-ready-glasses-free-3d-display-debuts-at-sid-20/
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Novo display LCD de alta definição da Toshiba para celulares e portáteis

4" 720x1280 367ppi (pontos por polegada)

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/05/toshiba-367ppi-lcd-sid-2011.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HW8d_26FyI
http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/18/toshiba-declares-victory-in-pixel-density-war-367ppi-coming-to/
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3D Technology

TAEC will demonstrate two 3D technologies. The first approach, Integral Imaging 3D, combines an ultra-high resolution display and a lenticular lens sheet to enable “Multi-view” natural viewing without 3D glasses, so the same image can be seen from multiple viewing points. Integral Imaging will be shown in a 21.0-inch Wide-XGA (1280 x 800) and 12.1-inch 466x350 technology demonstration. The second approach, Time Sequential, will be shown on two displays – a 3.0-inch Wide-QVGA (400 x 240) and an 8.0-inch Wide-VGA (800 x 480) 3D OCB panels – utilizing a backlight system incorporating a bi-directional lens sheet. The displays synchronize LED switching with left- and right-eye images to achieve stereoscopic (twin-eye 3D) viewing without special glasses while maintaining a fast response time and a wide viewing angle. This approach is 2D/3D switchable, and enables a thin, easy-to-assemble LCD panel utilizing its full native resolution without compromise.

Displays for Mobile Phones and Portable Electronics

The mobile section of the booth will feature high-resolution LTPS displays, up to 367ppi (pixels per inch) resolution density, in sizes ranging from 3.3-inch to 4.0-inch with resolution formats ranging from Wide VGA (480 x 864) to HD (720 x 1280). In addition, these displays will demonstrate advanced technologies such as high-contrast (up to 1,500:1), high-color (up to 92% NTSC), and wide viewing angle (up to H/V 176º/176º). The displays are just a few representative examples of TMD's broad line of thin and light displays for mobile smartphones and other portable electronic devices.

http://www.toshiba.com/taec/news/press_releases/2011/lcdb_11_610.jsp
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Roberto

Robertoy
27-05-2011, 14:05
Parceria Toshiba e TCL na China para o mercado de tv´s LCD.

Joint Venture entre as empresas na China (51% Toshiba, 49% TCL)

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/9313/toshiba.jpg

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2521411&viewfull=1#post2521411
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2853756&viewfull=1#post2853756

$$ Negócio da China $$...

Toshiba pretende vender muitas tv´s LCD na China nos próximos anos junto com a sua parceira local, a TCL.

http://www.toupie.biz/article4-4.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
15-06-2011, 10:52
"Battery Aziz!" :lol:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw1vScK-o7U
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2821341&viewfull=1#post2821341
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2833459&viewfull=1#post2833459

TV Toshiba REGZA 19P2 japonesa de 19" com bateria com 5 horas de autonomia em uso contínuo.

http://www.techdigest.tv/toshiba-battery-hdtv.jpg
http://www.hdtvuk.tv/2011/06/battery-powered.html
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http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/option/p2/images/eyecatch.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/regza/option/p2/index_j.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
15-06-2011, 17:17
Thrive: o tablet Android 3.1 da Toshiba

Assim como as tv´s Toshiba e alguns notebooks do fabricante, o Thrive conta com o recurso "Resolution+" para o upscaling de fontes de definição standard para alta definição. (a tela de 10.1" do Thrive tem resolução 1280x800 e o tablet conta também com saída HDMI).
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2405895&viewfull=1#post2405895 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2405895&viewfull=1#post2405895)

O Thrive também conta com um recurso similar ao "AutoView" encontrado em tv´s Toshiba, que ajusta o brilho da tela automaticamente de acordo com a luminosidade do ambiente.
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2457323&viewfull=1#post2457323 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2457323&viewfull=1#post2457323)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyBpzz9UCCg
http://us.toshiba.com/tablets/thrive/
http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Thrive-10-1-Inch-Android-AT105-T108/dp/B004I43F9C/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1308167003&sr=1-1


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc9GBi695Ew

Roberto

Robertoy
20-06-2011, 17:38
"Battery Aziz!"

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201106/19p2_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201106/back_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201106/15/28643.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
21-06-2011, 15:49
A Semp Toshiba anunciou que irá lançar players Blu-ray no Brasil. :legal:

http://img175.imageshack.us/img175/385/21670383.jpg

Resta saber se serão players BD da Toshiba ou STi...
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29?p=3114100&viewfull=1#post3114100
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/123615-DVD-Semp-Toshiba-STi-SD-9070SR-HDMI-%28SRTech%29?p=3125569&viewfull=1#post3125569

Se a Semp Toshiba lançar players Blu-ray Toshiba BDX, o modelo mais "pé-de-boi" (basicão/simplão) deles é o Toshiba BDX1100.

http://i51.tinypic.com/ncqpe.jpg
http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2010/toshiba_bdx1100ke.shtml
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Roberto
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3125739&viewfull=1#post3125739

Análise da AREADVD com os players Blu-ray 2011 Toshiba BDX1200 e Toshiba BDX3200(3D)

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2011/Toshiba%20BDX3200KE_BDX1200KE/toshiba_bdx3200_bdx1200_1.jpg

Se a Semp Toshiba resolver lançar players Blu-ray Toshiba no mercado brasileiro, a interface já está +/- no jeito...(deve ser português de Portugal...)

http://www.areadvd.de/images/2011/toshiba_bdx1200ke/install_wizard_2.jpg

Toshiba BDX-1200
http://i54.tinypic.com/20s7vvk.jpg

Toshiba BDX-3200 (3D)
http://i54.tinypic.com/bhwygw.jpg
http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2011/toshiba_bdx1200_bdx3200.shtml
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Roberto

Robertoy
28-06-2011, 17:39
Thrive: o tablet Android 3.1 da Toshiba

Assim como as tv´s Toshiba e alguns notebooks do fabricante, o Thrive conta com o recurso "Resolution+" para o upscaling de fontes de definição standard para alta definição. (a tela de 10.1" do Thrive tem resolução 1280x800 e o tablet conta também com saída HDMI).
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2405895&viewfull=1#post2405895 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2405895&viewfull=1#post2405895)

O Thrive também conta com um recurso similar ao "AutoView" encontrado em tv´s Toshiba, que ajusta o brilho da tela automaticamente de acordo com a luminosidade do ambiente.
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2457323&viewfull=1#post2457323 (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL%21-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=2457323&viewfull=1#post2457323)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyBpzz9UCCg
http://us.toshiba.com/tablets/thrive/
http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Thrive-10-1-Inch-Android-AT105-T108/dp/B004I43F9C/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1308167003&sr=1-1


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc9GBi695Ew

Roberto

Análise australiana com o Toshiba Folio AT100 (Toshiba Thrive nos Estados Unidos)

http://i52.tinypic.com/anzm1y.jpg
http://www.smartoffice.com.au/Home/P2X3Q2K7?page=1
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Roberto

Robertoy
29-06-2011, 14:43
Rapais...

O novo engine CEVO possui um grande poder de processamento não é mesmo?

Que tal um sistema com engine CEVO duplo duplicando esse poder de processamento? :rever1: :aplauso:

No Japão foi anunciada a linha de tv´s Toshiba REGZA série ZG2 (42"/47"/52") com novo painél IPS e o novo engine CEVO Duo. Essa linha permite gravar 6 canais de tv´s simultaneamente.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/j2006/REGZA_55ZG2_HP.jpg
http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_04/pr_j2006.htm
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O engine CEVO em configuração dual core (CEVO Duo) duplicando o poder de processamento do engine CEVO.

Os 2 processadores CEVO:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/CEVO-Duo_big.jpg

O sistema CEVO Duo é constituído por duas placas:
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Duo-plate_big.jpg

O sistema CEVO Duo dobrando o poder de processamento (6,8x) se comparado ao sistema CEVO "single", que já tem poder de processamento 3,4x superior a uma tv baseada no engine REGZA Engine DUO (linha REGZA Z1) (http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3050185&viewfull=1#post3050185)

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Processor-speed_big.jpg

Com todo esse poder de processamento parece que os algoritmos utilizados para redução de ruídos também puderam ser aprimorados.

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201104/Blocknoise_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201104/20/28274.html
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http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=3162000&viewfull=1#post3162000

Toshiba REGZA ZG2 (CEVO DUO)

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201106/MrMotomura_big.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201106/architect_big.jpg
http://www.phileweb.com/review/article/201106/28/325.html
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Roberto

Clydes2003
07-07-2011, 12:17
TvToshiba 37XV650DA; regulagem membro Clydes 2003
Vão aí minhas configurações PESSOAIS de calibração de imagem (para pouca luz ambiente)
Usados; Avia, Video Essentials e “olhômetro”

MODO : PADRÃO
LUZ DE FUNDO: 21
CONTRASTE: 86
BRILHO: -12 / para HDMI : -8
COR: - 12
MATIZ: -3
NITIDEZ: -15
AJUSTE DA COR 3D:DESLIGADO
TEMPERATURA DE COR: 9
LUZ DE FUNDO ATIVA: DESLIGADO
NÍVEL PRETO/BRANCO: 6
GAMA ESTÁTICO: 0
REDUTOR DE RUÍDO: BAIXO (DNR) DESLIGADO
RESOLUTION+: LIGADO (NÍVEL 2)
CLEARFRAME: LIGADO
ESTABILIZAÇÃO DE IMAGEM: SUAVE

Robertoy
11-07-2011, 10:58
Boa Clydes2003.

Vou postar a sua calibragem no tópico sobre as tv´s Toshiba:

DISPONÍVEL! LINHA TOSHIBA RESOLUTION+
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/126369-DISPON%C3%8DVEL!-LINHA-TOSHIBA-RESOLUTION?p=3377792&viewfull=1#post3377792

Roberto

Robertoy
11-07-2011, 13:42
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD9Hv2vMDo4


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqMS6-3-dSw


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZoZraP4iGg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkVv9FOi2uE


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBXrt1CvxOs


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iva-clnj31s

Roberto

Robertoy
13-07-2011, 14:13
O Toshiba Thrive na CE Week NY 2011


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=saVaD2o05NA

Toshiba Thrive (8Gb) CNET review


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBtpKpExaWM
http://reviews.cnet.com/tablets/toshiba-thrive-8gb/4505-3126_7-34776757.html#reviewPage1

Unboxing


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJkbJzVjGNM

http://files.galeraseriados.webnode.pt/200000005-e2eb3e3e57/5550023bf8.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY0yZDta6cQ

Roberto

claytomovel
16-07-2011, 17:21
Roberto, será que o dvd player sti pé de boi é pareo para o novo dvd player philips 3880/78 com cinemma plus? qual será o chipset dele?

Robertoy
23-07-2011, 23:11
Boa pergunta claytomovel...

Tinha que ver se esse Philips tem ou não um chipset dedicado especificamente ao upscaling no miolo...

Roberto

claytomovel
25-07-2011, 15:13
Roberto, a Toshiba pirou de vez!!! dvd recorder a r$ 99,00 a vista nas lojas BAÚ do tio Silvio!!! Pena que não moro em São Paulo...

Robertoy
16-08-2011, 10:06
Semicondutores: Toshiba vai projetar chips no Brasil em 2011
Publicado por Mário Nagano em 05/12/2010 – 09:05

http://zumo.uol.com.br/2010/12/05/semicondutores-toshiba-vai-projetar-chips-no-brasil-em-2011/

Mercado Digital | 23.JUL - 21:00 | Atualizado em 19.10 - 07:38

O primeiro passo de uma fábrica de US$ 3 bilhões
Saiba como foram as negociações da Semp Toshiba com seu parceiro japonês no projeto que pode culminar - em longo prazo - na produção de chips no Brasil

A Tropa de Elite brasileira

http://content-portal.istoedinheiro.com.br/istoeimagens/imagens/mi_529094681493218.jpg
http://www.istoedinheiro.com.br/noticias/29293_O+PRIMEIRO+PASSO+DE+UMA+FABRICA+DE+US+3+BILH OES

Roberto

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=2828274&viewfull=1#post2828274



15/08/2011 - 22:08

STI Semiconductor Design Brasil vai operar no país

A Semp Toshiba, por meio da divisão STI - Semp Toshiba Informática, apresenta ao mercado brasileiro a STI Semiconductor Design do Brasil. A design house é resultado da joint venture entre as empresas Semp e a multinacional Toshiba Corporation, cujo objetivo é contribuir para o desenvolvimento econômico e industrial entre os governos brasileiro e japonês, incluindo a criação de uma indústria brasileira de semicondutores, projetos de circuitos integrados ou, como são conhecidos popularmente, chips.

A STI Semiconductor Design do Brasil será comandada pelo presidente da Semp Toshiba, Afonso Antonio Hennel. Com investimentos na ordem de US$ 4 milhões, a STI Semiconductor Design Brasil terá 70% de participação da STI - Semp Toshiba Informática e 30% da Toshiba Corporation. A nova empresa executará inicialmente projetos para circuitos integrados (ICs) de radiofrequência, dispositivos amplamente utilizados em outros países e aumentar a demanda interna no Brasil por esse sistema.

Em abril de 2006, os governos japonês e brasileiro assinaram um memorando de entendimento sobre a introdução de um sistema de televisão ISDB-T digital no Brasil, a criação da design house de semicondutores no Brasil é parte dessa iniciativa, cujo o objetivo é fortalecer o crescimento do mercado brasileiro nesse sistema.

http://www.monitormercantil.com.br/mostranoticia.php?id=99410

Roberto

Robertoy
30-08-2011, 10:18
MHL da Silicon Image nas Toshiba REGZA WL800A (CEVO ENGINE)



http://www.siliconimage.com/images/global/logo_reg.gifhttp://www.siliconimage.com/images/products/familyroom.jpg

Silicon Image's Dual-Mode MHL™ and HDMI® Port Processor Designed into Industry's First MHL™-Enabled Televisions from Toshiba

SUNNYVALE, Calif., August 30, 2011 – Silicon Image, Inc. (NASDAQ: SIMG), a leading provider of wireless and wired HD connectivity solutions, today announced that its SiI9381A dual-mode MHL™ and HDMI® port processor has been designed into Toshiba’s new MHL-enabled DTVs, which will be initially rolled out in Australia. MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) technology enables consumers to view and share HD content from mobile devices to DTVs via a direct cable connection. Toshiba’s new Regza WL800A DTV model is available in 46” and 55” full HD screen sizes, and supports 1080p resolution and two channels of digital audio through MHL technology. The introduction of the latest Regza WL800A DTVs complements the growing MHL product ecosystem of smartphones, tablets and adapters.

MHL technology is a new HD audio/video connectivity standard that enables a mobile device to transmit 1080p uncompressed video with up to eight channels of digital audio, while also supporting HDCP content protection, over five pins. In addition, MHL-enabled DTVs and displays provide power to the mobile device when connected, ensuring that the phone battery is charged and ready to use even after viewing a full-length feature movie. Consumers are also able to control MHL-enabled mobile devices using the existing DTV remote.

“We have seen significant momentum for MHL-enabled products and the launch of Toshiba’s MHL DTVs marks an important milestone for the broad market adoption of this advanced mobile connectivity solution,” said Alex Chervet, senior director of marketing at Silicon Image, Inc. “Toshiba is known for pioneering new technology and we are thrilled that they have selected our SiI9381A port processor to enable MHL connectivity in their new line of DTVs.”

Silicon Image’s port processors provide the latest connectivity and performance features to enhance the consumer’s connected HD experience. For more information about Silicon Image’s port processors and MHL solutions, visit http://www.siliconimage.com/.

http://www.siliconimage.com/news/releasedetails.aspx?id=657
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http://www.siliconimage.com/products/family.aspx?id=10
http://www.mytoshiba.com.au/products/televisions/3d-tv/wl800a

Roberto

Robertoy
01-09-2011, 11:13
Existem também os adaptadores MHL HDMI.

Análise da Gadget Review com o adaptador MHL HDMI da Kanex:

http://www.gadgetreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/MHLHDADP-image1-650x443.jpg
http://www.gadgetreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/installationmhl-650x174.jpg
http://www.gadgetreview.com/2011/08/kanex-mhl-hdmi-adapter-review.html
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http://www.kanexlive.com/mhl

Roberto

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Toshiba, Hitachi e Sony formam joint-venture no segmento de lcd´s de pequeno e médio porte.



ASIA TECHNOLOGY
SEPTEMBER 1, 2011

LCD Merger Gets Boost

TOKYO—In a move to support technology companies striving to compete with aggressive rivals from other parts of Asia, Japan is pumping $2.6 billion into a merger of the small-panel LCD operations of three of the country's biggest electronics makers.

The investment by Innovation Network Corp. of Japan will pool the small-panel liquid-crystal-display businesses run by Toshiba Corp., Hitachi Ltd. and Sony Corp. The new entity, to be known as Japan Display K.K., is likely to hold at least 20% of the fast-growing global market for panels used in smartphones and other digital gadgets.

Norio Sasaki (Toshiba CEO), Hiroaki Nakanishi (Hitachi President) e Hiroshi Yoshioka (Sony Vice President):
http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/AM-AP197_JPANEL_G_20110831131209.jpg


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904583204576541923679357768.html

http://g1.globo.com/tecnologia/noticia/2011/08/sony-toshiba-e-hitachi-vao-unir-operacoes-com-telas-lcd.html

Roberto

Robertoy
01-09-2011, 17:35
Toshiba ZL2 na IFA 2011:

-CEVO Engine
-55" 3D sem óculos
-4k2k (3840x2160)

http://cdn.macnn.com/news/1109/toshibazl2.jpg
http://www.electronista.com/articles/11/09/01/toshiba.shows.zl2.with.face.detection.wi.fi/
http://revistahometheater.uol.com.br/site/tec_noticias_02.php?id_lista_txt=7441

Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2011, 00:55
Abril 2011...



Tuesday, the 12th April 2011 00:08

In 2011

Toshiba ZL2 Glasses-Free 3D

http://fullhd.gr/images/stories/2011/April/April-2011-4/toshiba-glasses-fre3.jpg

40, 42 or 46 inch will be the first 3D TV without glasses, Toshiba?

It is too early to know now the size of the first Glasses-Free 3D TV from Toshiba in Europe, the only certainty is that you are over 40 inches and will be formally presented in the report IFA2011 in September in Berlin.

Exactly! H Toshiba announced yet another model for the top line of ZL, which now says ZL2 is probably 40ZL2, 42ZL2 or 46ZL2.

In ZL2 the aim is high quality image as in 55ZL1 but to create a 3D TV without glasses. According to Toshiba, and God wanted this TV will reach the shelves this time next season.

The ZL2 wearing 4K2K panel (4096 x 2160 pixels) to create more of both angles and positions supported by Cevo Engine. We recall that the 3D TV without glasses use special film in front of the screen to change the direction of light for each "view", while employing a similar number of pixels by the number of viewing positions.

Therefore, a Glasses-Free 3D TV 4K2K resolution panel for viewing nine positions will play a TV with a resolution of 720p.

Pending ...

http://fullhd.gr/news/hdtvs/3d-tvs/7763-toshiba-zl2-glasses-free-3d-.html
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Setembro 2011

:aplauso:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRGL-IbDZ9Q

Que venham também os modelos 3D Toshiba REGZA ZL2 de 40", 42" e 46". :tu:

Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2011, 01:37
ZL1 Inside...

Toshiba REGZA ZL1: "O miolation, tion, o miolation, tion"




Toshiba 55ZL1 [Teardown]

Tuesday, the 30th August 2011 21:16

The best Local Dimming

http://fullhd.gr/images/stories/2011/Teardown/Toshiba55ZL1/Toshiba-55ZL1-open%20-%20Copy.JPG

Early morning fly to Berlin. To cover the IFA 2011. We'll call from there. Live ... as possible, since the program will be tight for five days. Eipame So you let go 'with the best possible impression.

The best TV LED LCD in terms of accuracy of the backlight, passed through our hands.

Although sample, which means that it has perfected 100%, we focused where else in the backlight.

The symeprasmata is very interesting and impressive. See you in time.

For now enjoy the Teardown ...

http://fullhd.gr/images/stories/2011/Teardown/Toshiba55ZL1/Toshiba-55ZL1-overall.JPG


http://fullhd.gr/2008-03-14-21-37-34/teardown/9309-toshiba-55zl1-teardown.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2011, 02:15
Toshiba <IFA>, type 55V-compatible 3D without glasses 4K2K / World's First "REGZA" announced

http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/DSC01657.jpg

To produce 3D images from nine parallax images. Bezel at the bottom of the camera body is built for tracking a small head, to detect the position of the head of multiple viewers, the best 3D display that allows viewing of each location "face tracking" with the of being. Viewers keep track positions are divided into five zones simultaneously. Move point to the audience, or at the auto tracking and manual are undecided about what to do for now, it will continue to confirm the specification.

A built-in camera for face tracking on the underside of the bezel
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/DSC01697.jpg
Besides support panel can display 4K2K 4K native resolution video, still images and images with a pixel corresponding to 4K JPEG, can also be displayed directly to the big screen in high definition.

In addition, the company's proprietary super-resolution technology "Resolution +" by the super-resolution technology-pixel full HD 1,920 × 1,080, while it is possible to view the restored pixel 4K2K.

Mr. Hiroshi Motomura 55ZL2 European model
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/DSC01660.jpg

In a demonstration of the replay booth by ZL2 4K2K video series, as well as native 4K footage shot with professional cameras 4K, 4K real-time video demonstration was taking pictures of people playing with a prototype 4K video camera JVC, high-resolution JPEG still playback, View video demonstrations and super-resolution technology to Apukon 4K2K from full HD, which is introduced by a special corner set up.

4K2K demonstration native video playback
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/DSC01653.jpg

Demonstration of super-resolution processing of the full HD 4K2K
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/DSC01651.jpg

Super-resolution "is OFF"
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/4Koff.jpg

Super-resolution "ON" when 4K2K video. Will you can see the effect of processing
http://www.phileweb.com/news/photo/201109/4Kon.jpg

http://www.phileweb.com/news/d-av/201109/02/29196.html
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Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2011, 14:09
O MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) na Toshiba REGZA WL800A

Que beleza hein. Um cabo mandando video de alta definição e áudio multi canal para a tv e ao mesmo tempo o mesmo cabo mantendo a bateria do dispositivo portátil carregada. :legal:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll_76_Z01zo

http://www.mhlconsortium.org/images/MHL_logos_FNL.gif

http://www.mhlconsortium.org/

Roberto

Robertoy
02-09-2011, 15:06
http://www.dtown.co.il/thumbnail.php?file=thumbnail/article_medium/toshiba_zl2_788893241.jpg&size=article_medium

Sascha Lange (Toshiba europa) explicando o princípio de funcionamento do sistema Glasses-Free 3D da Toshiba ZL2.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAsHcduz5sk

Fotos do stand da Toshiba na IFA 2011:

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71742/025_toshiba-ifa-201110.jpg

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71742/009_toshiba-ifa-201119.jpg

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71742/011_toshiba-ifa-201121.jpg

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71742/022_toshiba-ifa-20117.jpg

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71743/001_toshiba-ifa-201150.jpg

http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/71744/011_toshiba-ifa-201151.jpg
http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/ifa-2011-centrum-informacji-relacja-fotorelacja-nowosci-relacja-hdtv-com-pl/71748-ifa-2011-konferencja-toshiba-3d-bez-okularow-nowy-tablet-nowe-serie-tv.html

Roberto

Robertoy
28-09-2011, 09:52
O novo tablet Toshiba Thrive com tela de 7" (1280x800)

-Google Android 3.2
-7" (1280 x 800)
-Processador Tegra 2
-5MP (Câmera traseira com Flash LED)
-2MP (Câmera frontal)
-Versões de 16 e 32GB
-Micro HDMI, MicroSD, Docking Connector.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA2tOyAa2zc
http://blog.laptopmag.com/toshiba-announces-thrive-7-tablet-first-7-incher-with-1280-x-800-screen
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9kpOVygxDw
http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19736_7-20112526-251/toshibas-thrive-7-tablet-hands-on/
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Roberto

Robertoy
03-10-2011, 10:30
Toshiba na CEATEC JAPAN 2011 (04/10 a 08/10 2011)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6HtywmVI-k




Toshiba Corporation to bring leading-edge technologies to CEATEC

3 Oct, 2011

TOKYO—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today announced the line-up of innovative products and technologies that it will bring to CEATEC, Japan's biggest consumer electronics show, including cutting-edge digital products, plus an overview of the smart community concept and a demonstration of some of its key technologies for smart home.

The Toshiba booth will showcase the company's latest additions to its stand-out digital products, including the world's thinnest and lightest[1] tablets; a large-screen, 55-inch glasses-free 3D[2] TV with Quad Full HD resolution; a high-capacity Blu-ray recorder offering 5-terabytes[3] of storage; and the world's thinnest and lightest[4] Ultrabook™[5] PC. Toshiba will also demonstrate how all these products, and more, can be linked with REGZA Link Share, a new service that eliminates restrictions of time and place by allowing users to share content across multiple platforms and access it at their leisure.

Looking further into the future, Toshiba will also spotlight smart community technologies and show how digital products harnessing the power of information communication technologies will combine with innovative energy solutions to create new infrastructure and advanced capabilities, in a unity that will contribute to the home, to the community and to the wider society of tomorrow.

CEATEC will run from October 4 to October 8 at Makuhari Messe, and Toshiba will be at booth 2A56 in Hall 3.

Major Exhibits of Digital Products

1.REGZA Tablet: the world's thinnest and lightest tablet

Toshiba's new "REGZA Tablet AT700" is 7.7mm slim, weighs only 558g, yet sports a 10.1-inch display and packs an extensive range of essential ports and interfaces. The sparkling screen offers an amazing wide-view display for comfortable content consumption, while full web browsing capabilities support the preferred use of tablets.
The AT700 will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.

2.Large-screen glasses-free 3D TV with Quad Full HD resolution

Toshiba's eye-grabbing 55-inch TV, "REGZA 55X3" takes the 3D experience to new heights by taking dedicated glasses off the viewer and allowing a large group to share immersion in the images. It also offers enhanced 2D with its Quad Full HD screen that displays images at four times (quadruple) Full HD resolution. The glasses-free 3D application is powered by CEVO-ENGINE Duo, Toshiba's high-performance multi-processor platform.
The REGZA 55X3 will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.

3.REGZA Blu-ray; High-capacity Blu-ray recorder

The immense 5-terabyte (TB) storage capacity of the "DBR-M190," Toshiba's new Blu-ray recorder, dedicates a huge 4TB of disk space to the "time-shift machine[6],"which can simultaneously record up to six terrestrial digital channels for 15 days[7], while still allowing 1TB to be used to record other programs. In addition to TVs, programs can be viewed on other digital platforms via REGZA Link Share.
The DBR-M190 will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.

4."REGZA Link Share"

Toshiba's new service, "REGZA Link Share" makes it easier than ever to enjoying programs by connecting digital TVs, Blu-ray recorders, tablets, PCs and smartphones.
Three key functions support connectivity.

Streaming live programs from a Blu-ray recorder or digital TV to a tablet or PC anywhere in the home.
Streaming recorded programs from a digital recorder or digital TV to a tablet, PC or smartphone for viewing in the home.
Downloading recorded programs from a digital recorder to a tablet or PC for viewing anywhere.

5. dynabook R631: the world's thinnest and lightest Ultrabook PC

One of the first Ultrabook PCs, Toshiba's "dynabook R631" is also one of the most distinctive: a feather-light 1.12kg, a mere 15.9mm thick at its thickest point, yet with a 13.3-inch (33.8cm) display. Powered by a dedicated Intel® i5 Core™ processor, this new PC offers impressive portability, durability and essential features with truly smart styling.
The dynabook R631 will be available in early October in Japan.

Smart Community

Toshiba is bringing digital know-how to the creation of new solutions in energy management and at CEATEC will demonstrate how its state-of-the-art Home Energy Management System (HEMS) creates a smart home as an integral part of a future smart community. The display will include the following.

Energy control through visualization of Energy Usage
Use of a tablet to operate home appliances and acquire and display information
Utilization of photovoltaic generation system, rechargeable batteries for energy storage and electronic vehicles
DC home appliances to reduce power loss from current conversion (for reference only)
Technology for reducing peak-time energy consumption
A Home Area Network system service that measures and displays power consumption in the home
REGZA TV with Ecochip
Storage battery combined solar power system


http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2011_10/pr0301.htm
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http://www.ceatec.com/2011/share/images_en/head/logo.jpg
http://www.ceatec.com/2011/en/

Roberto

Robertoy
06-10-2011, 11:09
Toshiba na CEATEC JAPAN 2011


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20gMTofKpqk


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z79xvZfcDjw


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_Yej1ktDSg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrHuBCAfF34


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmsIVVdwhKQ


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xchOLXwvuc0

Roberto

Robertoy
11-10-2011, 11:13
Toshiba continua no Guinness Book


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYf114OqeSU
http://www.psfk.com/2011/10/toshiba-tv-ad-now-holds-guinness-world-record.html
http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/records-6000/most-moving-image-cameras-used-in-a-composite-film-shot/

desde março de 2009:
http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray?p=1579754&viewfull=1#post1579754

Roberto

Robertoy
18-10-2011, 08:19
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmsFl8TIWWc

Robertoy
20-10-2011, 12:54
Rapais...

Painél LCD da Toshiba de 6.1" com resolução 2560 x 1600 (498 pixels por polegada)




TMD Unveils 6.1-inch LCD Panel With 498ppi Resolution

Oct 20, 2011 14:27 Shinya Saeki, Nikkei Electronics

Toshiba Mobile Display (TMD) Co Ltd announced Oct 20, 2011, that it has developed a 6.1-inch LCD panel featuring a resolution as high as 498ppi.

As a direct-view-type display, it has the world's highest level of resolution, the company said. The enhanced resolution enables to display video whose quality is equivalent to that of a photographic image. The LCD panel is targeted at tablet computers and other mobile machines.

The pixel count, contrast ratio and view angle of the new panel are 2,560 x 1,600, 1,000:1 and 176° or broader (in both the vertical and horizontal directions, 10:1 or higher in terms of contrast ratio), respectively. It has a 61% color gamut on NTSC standards and can display 16,777,216 colors. It uses low-temperature polycrystalline silicon TFTs as driver elements.

TMD plans to exhibit the new panel at FPD International 2011, which will take place from Oct 26 to 28, 2011, in Yokohama, Japan.

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20111020/199558/thumb_230_8.jpghttp://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20111020/199558/thumb_230_9.jpg


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Roberto

Robertoy
03-11-2011, 09:49
Toshiba, Hitachi e Sony formam joint-venture no segmento de lcd´s de pequeno e médio porte.



ASIA TECHNOLOGY
SEPTEMBER 1, 2011

LCD Merger Gets Boost

TOKYO—In a move to support technology companies striving to compete with aggressive rivals from other parts of Asia, Japan is pumping $2.6 billion into a merger of the small-panel LCD operations of three of the country's biggest electronics makers.

The investment by Innovation Network Corp. of Japan will pool the small-panel liquid-crystal-display businesses run by Toshiba Corp., Hitachi Ltd. and Sony Corp. The new entity, to be known as Japan Display K.K., is likely to hold at least 20% of the fast-growing global market for panels used in smartphones and other digital gadgets.

Norio Sasaki (Toshiba CEO), Hiroaki Nakanishi (Hitachi President) e Hiroshi Yoshioka (Sony Vice President):
http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/AM-AP197_JPANEL_G_20110831131209.jpg


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904583204576541923679357768.html
http://g1.globo.com/tecnologia/noticia/2011/08/sony-toshiba-e-hitachi-vao-unir-operacoes-com-telas-lcd.html

http://www.htforum.com/vb/showthread.php/69472-Toshiba-Estrat%C3%A9gias-Tecnologias-para-o-mercado-de-PC-TV-DVD-Blu-ray/page165?p=3525395&viewfull=1#post3525395

Aliança Toshiba-Hitachi-Sony comprará fábrica da Panasonic
http://tecnologia.terra.com.br/noticias/0,,OI5448177-EI15608,00-Alianca+ToshibaHitachiSony+comprara+fabrica+da+Pan asonic.html

Toshiba-Hitachi-Sony LCD alliance to buy Panasonic plant: report
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/01/us-panasonic-innovationnetwork-idUSTRE7A05NP20111101

Roberto

Robertoy
22-12-2011, 23:09
A parceria IBM, Sony e Toshiba presente no desenvolvimento do CELL B.E. utilizado no PS3 continua no desenvolvimento do Quad-core ARM Cortex A9 do PS Vita.




Inside Sony's Vita: IBM, Toshiba, Avago

Allan Yogasingam
12/22/2011 2:50 PM EST

OTTAWA -- IBM, Toshiba, Qualcomm and Avago won significant sockets inside Sony's latest portable gaming console, the Playstation Vita, according to a teardown by UBM TechInsights (http://www.ubmtechinsights.com/teardowns/sony-playstation-vita-teardown/?pi_campaign_id=9895). A quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor co-developed by IBM, Sony and Toshiba is at the heat of the new handheld.

http://www.eetimes.com/ContentEETimes/Images/1%20Figure1%5B1%5D%20kit%20x%20420.jpg

http://www.eetimes.com/ContentEETimes/Images/1%20Figure2%5B1%5D%20front%20x%20420.jpg

http://www.eetimes.com/ContentEETimes/Images/1%20Figure7%5B1%5D%20x%20420.jpg

http://www.eetimes.com/ContentEETimes/Images/1%20CPU%20die%20shot%20Playstation_Processor_die_p hoto%5B1%5D.JPG

http://www.eetimes.com/ContentEETimes/Images/1%20Tosh%20die%20mark%20Playstation_Processor_die_ mark%5B1%5D.JPG

http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4233573/Inside-Sony-s-Vita--IBM--Toshiba--Avago

Roberto

Robertoy
04-01-2012, 15:54
Semp Toshiba, Positivo e Eike serão sócios da Foxconn no País, diz fonte

Representantes das três empresas visitarão a sede da Foxconn na Ásia nos próximos dias, em conjunto com técnicos do BNDES
04 de janeiro de 2012 | 12h 31

Iuri Dantas, da Agência Estado

BRASÍLIA - A Semp Toshiba, a Positivo e o empresário Eike Batista serão os sócios brasileiros da taiwanesa Foxconn, na instalação de duas fábricas de telas multitoque no País, segundo fontes do governo. Representantes das três empresas visitarão a sede da Foxconn na Ásia nos próximos dias, em conjunto com técnicos do Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social (BNDES), para finalizar a arquitetura financeira e os detalhes técnicos do projeto.

Segundo a fonte, o governo já decidiu onde as fábricas serão instaladas, mas o anúncio da cidade que receberá o investimento deverá ser feito pela presidente Dilma Rousseff, após suas férias. A Foxconn já apresentou ao governo seu plano de negócios para se beneficiar da isenção de PIS/Cofins dos tablets fabricados no País.

Cada fábrica vai demandar investimentos de US$ 4 bilhões, e o desembolso total da Foxconn no País deve beirar os US$ 12 bilhões até o final da década. Os tablets serão montados em Jundiaí, onde a linha de produção está sendo instalada.

http://economia.estadao.com.br/noticias/negocios+tecnologia,semp-toshiba-positivo-e-eike-serao-socios-da-foxconn-no-pais-diz-fonte,98215,0.htm

Roberto

Robertoy
06-01-2012, 14:14
Toshiba na CES 2012 (semana que vem)



http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/img/logo_l.gif

Toshiba to Unveil Leading Edge Technologies at CES 2012
6 Jan, 2012

LAS VEGAS, January 5, 2011 and TOKYO, January 6, 2011—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) will invite visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2012, to experience the future of the smart home and digital products. The company will introduce energy management solutions and the key technologies of the smart home plus its latest advances in digital technologies that make it easier than ever before to create information and entertainment networks by connecting TVs, tablets and PCs. Toshiba booth is at LVCC Central Hall, Booth #11026.

Major Exhibits of New Technologies

1. Smart home

The homes of tomorrow will be networked and integrated into smart grids and the smart community, and support lifestyles that are much more comfortable, more energy efficient and environmentally sensitive. Toshiba will showcase this future with its home energy management system (HEMS). Built around the home gateway server - the life design box - HEMS integrates and manages a smart meter, electric vehicles, a solar power generation systems and digital consumer products.

2. Tablets & PCs

Toshiba's wide line-up of 2012 tablet and PC for the United States will be introduced, including the world's thinnest and lightest 10.1-inch wide screen tablet and a 13.3-inch wide screen Ultrabook. Other displays include technology samples of a tablet with an OLED panel and a waterproof tablet with a wireless charging system.

3. New TVs

Toshiba will feature its wide line-up of 2012 TV for the United States, including a new TV with a media guide that provides simple and intuitive access to a variety of rich media content and services. The TV can also interface with tablet-based Apps[1] to support a variety of features. Also showcased will be a 55-inch, glasses-free 3D TV with a Quad Full HD panel, that delivers crisp, high quality 2D images and 3D content without any need for dedicated glasses.

http://www.toshiba.co.jp/about/press/2012_01/pr0602.htm
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Roberto

Robertoy
06-06-2012, 07:04
Rapais...Ultrabook em 21:9...



Ultra-Wide 21:9 Cinematic Display
harman/kardon® speakers with SRS® Premium Sound 3D™
Choice of 256GB Solid State Drive or 500GB Hard Drive with 32GB Flash Memory


Toshiba Hi-Speed Start Technology
Stylish Machined Aluminum Casing with Soft Touch Trim
LED Backlit Keyboard
3X USB 3.0 Ports
Toshiba Sleep and Music
USB Sleep and Charge
Resolution+® Video Enhancement Technology




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhjgWQ56wxA
http://us.toshiba.com/u840W-announce


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym3-amM4-UI
http://blog.laptopmag.com/toshiba-announces-three-new-ultrabooks-portege-z935-satellite-u845-and-ultra-wide-u845w

Roberto