Syntax-Brillian Showcases Its New Olevia LCD HDTVs at CES 2008
Syntax-Brillian says that at CES 2008 it will be exhibiting a diverse range of new Olevia LCD HDTVs featuring the latest in display technology hardware and feature enhancements combining 120Hz Motion Estimation/Motion Compensation (ME/MC) technology with full-HD 1080p resolution, new industrial designs and firmware upgradeability via USB. These new technology demonstration units will be on exhibit from January 7 – 10, 2008 in the Olevia booth #20401, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall.
At the Olevia booth, visitors can experience the stunning reality of images in motion on the new full-HD 1080p Olevia LCD HDTVs in 42"-type, 47"-type, 52"-type, 55"-type and 65"-type sizes. The state-of-the-art 120Hz ME/MC post processor technology produces crystal-clear motion images by reducing image motion blur.
Other innovative features and products demonstrated at the Olevia booth include a new eight-device universal "learning" remote that enables compatibility with all video sources from a single, convenient control. New Olevia LCD HDTVs can access the world's largest professionally maintained database of infrared function codes from Universal Electronics' library of over 321,000 functions.
The new Olevia product line is comprised of the 2 Series, a true mainstream LCD HDTV, plus the Olevia 6 Series which offers premium quality with the latest features and additional inputs, and the best-in-class Olevia 7 Series. Some Olevia LCD HDTVs also incorporate new features that provide for enhanced user experiences including additional HDMI inputs and two USB ports. Users of theses Olevia models will be able to utilize these inputs not only to connect the TV to home entertainment equipment easier, but also to connect USB thumb drives or PCs to their TVs to install firmware upgrades, and use the TV to display photos or play MP3 music files through a home theater audio system.
The technology demonstration units on display in the Olevia booth are expected to comprise the core of new lines of Olevia LCD HDTVs scheduled to debut in the second quarter of 2008.
The new Olevia universal learning remote is expected to accompany select new Olevia models in January 2008.
New Olevia brand home theater products and accessories will also be on display at the Olevia booth including a three-in-one HDMI switcher box and a two-to-four HDMI switcher/splitter, each which enable users with multiple sources to distribute or split content through HDMI to ensure digital output to maximize the best possible picture. Each switcher/splitter is compatible with the new Olevia universal remote control and each comes with multiple HDMI cables. Olevia brand HDMI cables will also be on display. They are available in sizes including 6', 15', 25', 50' and 75'. These cables support resolutions of 1920 X 1080p video and 1920 X 1200 60Hz graphics in sizes 6' to 50' and 1080i video @ 60Hz in 75'. The 6', 15', 25' and 50' cables are HDMI 1.3 certified. Olevia LCD HDTVs from 19" to 52" can be easily wall mounted by using the new fixed, adjustable, swivel, articulating or ceiling mounts.
Seven models of wall mounts are also available for Olevia LCD HDTVs. The adjustable WM10D wall mount with 20° tilt (fwd/bkwd) is ideal for 19" and 23". The fixed WM30D with 15° forward tilt fits TVs up to 52", and the fixed WM35D with 5° forward tilt is designed for the 65" models. The WM40D swivel wall mount with 15°/5° tilt (fwd/bkwd) fits TVs up to 32". The articulating WM50D with 15°/5° tilt (fwd/bkwd) is used for 37" to 42" type Olevia TVs, while the articulating WD60D model fits 47" to 52" units. A ceiling mount WM70D with 30° vertical tilt can be used with Olevia LCD TVs up to 52".
Syntax-Brillian will also preview its new Olevia-licensed consumer electronics products that are scheduled for availability in Q1 2008. Included are a home theater sound bar for virtual surround sound, a 2.1 DVD home theater system, a 1080p upconverting DVD player, digital photo frames, a wireless 5.1 home theater speaker system, an ultra-slim vertical DVD player, and a wireless/waterproof LCD TV.
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