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3 years ago
The show is intended to be shown as entertainment, not cutting edge news. We leave that to the site to do, and this is simply a "cherry pick" of interesting stories.
Yes, it's returning this week! Everybody better hang onto their lattes. It's getting real.
3 years ago
You're right -- imagine being electrocuted for two hours straight. It's called torture.
Which one's the robot?
The debunking is proving more useful and interesting than the article itself.
Thanks for the link Simon, it looks like an awesome project!
4 years ago
If you're interested in the song it's called 'Octopus I Love You' by Dalmatian Rex and the Eigentones.
At the moment a bezel is NEEDED for an LCD panel to operate because it houses the connections between the panel and the electronics.
A bezel also serves the purpose of removing the screen from the background which can boost the apparent contrast level.
Super Troll, I think I love you. Look out next week for more stories as a lot of things that I saw were "Shhhh, secret squirrel."
This article, like many on CNET, gets refreshed with new information from time to time. Hence why there are old comments in it.
This device really does open a big can of worms as far as licenses are concerned but we think that it will at the very least lead to a boost in NZ adventure tourism.
Our story is in response to some of the press that has occurred overseas. As we have not seen this occur ourselves -- nor know anyone who has -- we wouldn't be too worried about the "problem" at this stage. Feel free to comment if you have have, however.
You're quite right! We've amended the story -- thanks Tim.
In response to domino_m, I am really looking forward to reviewing the Panasonic G10's, but we have the products live here: http://www.cnet.com.au/panasonic-viera-th-p50g10a-339296196.htm and http://www.cnet.com.au/panasonic-viera-th-p42g10a-339296198.htm
As you may have noticed from the dates on some of the comments (as far back as 2007!) this is not actually a new article but an update of an old one. Be assured that we will update it with new models as we review them.
4 years ago
Well written, easy to follow guide.. I followed all the setup advice and use the speaker wire and banana plugs I bought from www.customht.com.au
Wow great guide to HT setup. I just followed your steps, and I have a complete HD system running. For room design and other consideration i followed this one:
Complete guide to home Theatre
Thank you, a well written and informative article, very helpful.