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We caught our first glimpses of the Sling Monitor 150 placeshifting display at CES 2009, but it only got an official launch at this year's show, and now it looks like it's getting even closer to store shelves with an appearance at the FCC for some RF testing action. We've always been intrigued by t...

February 24th 2010 at 3:33pm 0 Comments
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It was a valiant effort, it really was, but unless DISH Network pulls 30 channels out of its back pocket this afternoon, it will fall short of its 150 HD channel goal. If you'll recall, the satcaster proudly proclaimed that it would be offering 150 high-def channels before the year's end, and with...

December 31st 2008 at 2:11pm 0 Comments
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The CES game of HDTV one-upsmanship is officially on, as Matsushita (Panasonic) is apparently planning to bring a 150-inch plasma to that epic Las Vegas tradeshow in January. According to The Yomiuri Shimbun's sources, the prototype PDP is expected to launch in 2009 with a price that "greatly exceed...

December 24th 2007 at 7:41pm 0 Comments
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The CES game of HDTV one-upsmanship is officially on, as Matsushita (Panasonic) is apparently planning to bring a 150-inch plasma to that epic Las Vegas tradeshow in January. According to The Yomiuri Shimbun's sources, the prototype PDP is expected to launch in 2009 with a price that "greatly exceed...

December 24th 2007 at 7:41pm 0 Comments
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Apparently you don't need to be a non-profit crazy, or nab few million pre-orders, to sell a laptop for $150 (or maybe you do, see update below). Medison, a Swedish consulting company, has just unveiled its Medison Celebrity laptop, which sports standard hardware, a 14-inch WXGA screen, an optimize...

July 25th 2007 at 9:58am 0 Comments
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In this week's edition of Way Too Good To Be True, we bring you ... the $150 Wii! Vibe magazine (a bastion of gaming information) listed the Wii's price in their latest issue and it's got the fanboys all abuzz. Who knows? It may not be too far off. There is a long and glorious tradition of magazines...

September 11th 2006 at 1:58pm 0 Comments