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Philips Quantum Dot Monitor Arrives In The US This Summer

LED TV's and monitors have somewhat become the standard that replaced the CRT technology used in older TV's and monitors. LED technology has been the norm for many years now and new and better technology may be set to take its place sooner or later. One of the candidates is Quantum Dot Technology. Electronic appliance maker Philips has taken that first step into making it available in the US announcing the availability of its new Phillips 276E6ADS Quantum Dot Monitor. Philips recently announced that it will be introducing the Phillips 276E6ADS in the US. It is said to be the world's first quantum dot monitor. Quantum Dot Technology makes use of semiconductor material that enables electrons to move only in three directions, along the x,y and z axis. What this means is that the technology enables the production of monitors that produces a more stable and uniform image. To put it in a better perspective, Quantum Dot Technology allows monitors and future televisions to have better color accuracy and detail even if you go for a larger display. This is better than current LED technology which suffers from image quality disparity for displays as they grow larger. This is the reason why image quality on a 40-inch LED TV seems better in terms of color and smoothness compared to a 60-inch LED TV. This may no longer be a problem with monitors and TV sets using Quantum Dot Technology. The Philips Quantum Dot Monitor comes with a 27-inch screen and features Full HD resolution. This new monitor will also feature the Philips Color QS Vision IQ to optimize color quality in vivid detail and more realistic images. The new Phillips 276E6ADS monitor is expected to be available in the US as well as in Europe later this summer. Pricing details has yet to be announced. Image Source: Extreme Tech Read More

Two Philips Android powered TV sets unveiled

Philips has announced two new Android powered TV sets, namely the 8109 and the 8209. These gadgets receive the Google seal of approval, which means users can access Google Play to download apps and turn the TV into a gaming device or even a Google TV. The television sets, which sport full HD 1080p resolution and run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, come in varying sizes from 48 to 55 inches. The downside is its pretty low 2.7GB storage, but users can settle for cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive or USB flash drives. The company claims both their Android powered TV sets come with support for converting the apps into HD mode Philips latest television line will reportedly be available in Russia first, rolling eventually in Europe and other parts of the globe soon (except for the United Kingdom). The company, however, stopped short into revealing the actual release date and pricing details. Source: The Droid Guy Read More

Philips Jamie Oliver HomeCooker

When it comes to cooking, people see it either as a hobby or as a chore. But however you may look at it, enjoyment always comes in the eating. That is a given. That is why cooking it right is always important whether one does it for the enjoyment of the process or only for the eating part of it. And doing it right sometimes require the need of some tools that help cooking become even more convenient. It is those new gadgets like the Jamie Oliver HomeCooker from Philips. The Philips Jamie Oliver HomeCooker is a new but useful device to have around the kitchen. As you may well notice in your kitchen, or anybody else's for that matter, you have several appliances that you use to prepare your meals daily. You cook using a variety of utensils and food processors to help you out. They make your cooking preparations quite convenient than ever. The task of the new Jamie Oliver HomeCooker is just about the same, but better. What the Philips Jamie Oliver HomeCooker offers is an all-in-one solution to many of the tasks that you do around the kitchen. The Philips HomeCooker is the same as having a second pair of hands to help you around with the cooking. That is because this device can help you with a number of tasks. Its cutting tower can help you with the cutting and slicing, shredding tasks as well as cutting julienne. You can also use it as a stand-alone salad maker. Aside from the slicing and cutting tasks, you can also use the HomeCooker to fry, boil, steam, stir, sauté food for you, with its different accessories. You can even do it without any supervision as it can be set to the exact temperature as well as can be timed for up to 99 minutes, down to the exact second. The Philips HomeCooker is available at Philips and selected retailers for a suggested price of US$530. Image Source: Philips Read More

Philips Lifeline GoSafe

As people age and grow old, frailty and weakness sometimes take over. While your parents may get older, they might need some frequent checks and monitoring, especially if they still live on their own. In order to ease the concerns and worries of people with regards to their aging parents, Philips has come up with the Lifeline GoSafe Mobile Personal Emergency Response System. The Philips Lifeline GoSafe Mobile Personal Emergency Response System (PERs) is designed to help seniors get more out of their life and ease their worries about getting into any accidents without someone available to help out. The Philips Lifeline GoSafe provides some added help with its fall detection capabilities in combination with other locating technologies and two-way mobile communications to ensure that seniors always have that access to help when it is needed. This system helps seniors age with grace and a sense of independence with lessened concern and worry. The Philips Lifeline GoSafe Mobile PERs has been introduced at the recently concluded 2013 CES and may be shortly available. No pricing details have been provided as of the moment. Image Source: Philips Read More

New Philips Wake Up Light Launched At IFA 2012

Philips has recently introduced the new Wake Up Light as one of its new products for IFA 2012 held in Berlin. Although the Wake Up Light concept has already been available since 2006, it has recently been given a new redesign in order to fit into the current preferences of the consumers. And so Philips gave it a new look in order to make the product fit more into the current home environment. The new Philips Wake Up Light is designed to look like a small sun inside the home. It features a Colored Sunrise Simulation lighting scheme that mimics the sun at dawn that gradually lights up to get people out of the deep sleep. It gradually increases light levels for a period of 30 minutes. It also comes with 5 natural sounds that will further help gently wake up users from their slumber as opposed to getting shocked by the noise of the usual alarm clock. It also comes with an FM radio as well as a clock.  The new Philips Wake Up Light is expected to cost around 130 UK Pounds or US$208 when it comes available any time soon. Image Source: Philips Read More

Philips Styleshaver

Men's grooming habits have changed over the years. Take for example how they now prefer trimming beards rather than just shaving them. While many shavers today help do just that, there is not a lot of devices out there that helps men trim their facial hair according to the style they want. That is why Philips has recently introduced the Styleshaver, a 3 in 1 facial hair styler for men. The Philips Styleshaver has recently been launched at the IFA 2012, the world's leading consumer electronics trade show held in Berlin, Germany. This new product aims to make facial hair styling more convenient for today's men. The Philips Styleshaver comes with a double headed design that allows men to shave their facial hair using one end of the product and then trim and style according to their preference by using the other end. It is just a matter of simply flipping the device over.  The trimmer comes with 12 length settings to make it more versatile. It is also designed to be waterproof and comes with a lithium ion battery that allows for cordless operation that can last for up to 50 minutes. The new Philips Styleshaver will make men's grooming habits become all that more convenient. Pricing and availability details are yet to be announced. Image Source: Philips Read More

Philips Avance Airfryer XL

For families today, preparing foods the healthy way has been so challenging recently. With easier and more convenient food options available but are also considered unhealthy, healthier eating can sometimes be neglected along the way. But technology is also helping the family go back to a healthy way of eating by developing new home kitchen products like the Philips Avance Airfryer XL. Philips has recently introduced its new Avance Airfryer XL, a new innovation in home cooking which helps offer a healthier option to preparing food. The Avance Airfryer XL makes it possible for homemakers to create great tasting fried food choices by using 80 percent less fat. It makes use of a new and improved Rapid Air technology that not only allow people to fry food but also to grill, roast or even bake a variety of tasty and simple dishes the healthy way. The new Philips Avance Airfryer XL also offers a better design improvement that gives it 50 percent more capacity than other past Airfryer models despite its compact size. Other accessories can also help extend the variety of ways that homemakers can prepare food for their families. The Philips Avance Airfryer XL is just one of the many products that Philips recently introduced in the IFA 2012 held in Berlin, Germany. Pricing and availability details are yet to be announced. Read More

Philips Brings W732 Android 4.0 Smartphone to China

Philips may no longer be a trendy phone brand in the United States, it still churns outs smartphones for the Chinese market. The latest in its line of Android smartphones is the Philips W732, which runs on the latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The device features a 4.3-inch WVGA LCD IPS screen with 800 x 480 resolution, 1GHz single-core MediaTek MT6575, 5-megapixel camera, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, 57.6Mbps HSUPA, dual-SIM support, and a 2,400mAh battery. Out of all this phone's features, it is the battery that got us intrigued, especially that it can last up to 10.5 hours if combined with other power-saving methods. There is also the preference of LCD IPS screen over AMOLED, which not only conserves battery juice, but also avoids the color bleeding usually found in AMOLED screens. The Philips W732 is set to hit retail stores this week! Source: Unwired View, via Engadget Read More

Philips Shoqbox Rugged Portable Speaker

Tough situations call for tough products. When it comes to portable speakers, this is not always the case especially for those who like to tough it out. It is a good thing that there's the new Philips Shoqbox Rugged Portable Speakers that can well handle the job. The recent re-creation of the Philips Shoqbox has transformed it into a portable Bluetooth speaker with rugged tendencies. It is now designed to be shock proof and waterproof. But inside the tough exterior comes a pair of speakers powered by 2 neodymium drivers. It also comes with a speakerphone feature with its own built-in mic. A built-in sensor also allows users to swipe into the device in order to skip songs. The Philips Shoqbox Rugged Portable is designed for people who like the outdoors and listen to their favorite tunes this way. It is available at Philips for US$180. Image Source: Philips Read More

Philips Fidelio SoundSphere

Home sound systems have changed quite considerably with the refinements of existing technology that have provided some added features that was once not available. Aside from some speaker systems becoming more portable, some features such as support for portable media devices such as Apple iPod, iTouch and even the iPhone or the iPad has become an added essential. Speaker systems like the new Philips Fidelio SoundSphere highlight such changes. The new Philips Fidelio SoundSphere actually merges two different Philips product lines into a single system. It features the Philips Fidelio dock speaker that is provided with the Philips SoundSphere technology for superior sound quality. The result is the Fidelio SoundSphere that supports Apple AirPlay to stream music coming from a number of Apple iDevices via a home WiFi network. This way, users can continue enjoying music via the Philips Fidelio SoundSphere even while the audio source device remains in the user's hand. The Fidelio SoundSphere has recently been unveiled by Philips. There are still some details that Philips may not have provided such as those concerning the specs of its speakers. But Philips did indicate that this new wireless docking speaker system will be available in Europe around May and may cost around 799 Euros or around US$1,100. Image Source: Philips Read More

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