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    Breaking News from IFA this morning! Panasonic officially announced their entry into the 4K OLED TV market with the TX-65CZ950. You can find out more about this new OLED emissive display and get on our information update list through our dedicated CZ950 website. Enjoy! -Robert
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    Today the Consumer Electronics Association announced the industry definition for high dynamic range compatible video displays. The CES is the producer of the CES convention and trade show held in Las Vegas annually. -Robert
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    See the rest of Value Electronics' showroom in the 2015 Consumer Reports TV Buying Guide! -Robert
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    Sharp just started Nationwide distribution of their mid-year introduction 60" and 70" 4K Ultra HD TV, the UD27 series. I can easily predict this TV will enjoy excellent reviews from the professional TV reviewers and calibrators. I had the opportunity to do a very brief review and calibration...
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    It's been a long day of some very serious fun at Value Electronics today. After filling all of our back-orders our very nice first allocation leaves two 65" X950B left for me to enjoy. One is now on display in our 4K Ultra HD Shootout wall and one is going home with me tonight. And I plan...
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    I have been selected to be on a panel of experts at CE Week's NYC convention. In particular, I will be a speaker for the Smart TV panel during the Second Screen Summit on June 27th 2013. The 2nd screen summit is being held at the world famous Chelsea Clearview theater located at 260 W 23rd St...
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    Jenny Donelan, Society For Information Display's managing editor, just published her follow-up interview with me in this month's Information Display magazine. The article is titled "Holiday 2012 Trends and Bargains". Good reading, -Robert
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