Syntax-Brillian to Demonstrate Achievements in LCoS(TM), LCD and 3D-LCD Technology and Design at CES 2007.
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Syntax-Brillian Corporation (Nasdaq:BRLC) announced today that, at CES 2007, the LCD and LCoS[TM] innovator will demonstrate multiple LCD and LCoS[TM] displays as technology demonstration items that showcase the company's ongoing leadership in digital display production and design.
Building upon its tradition of excellence in LCoS[TM] microdisplay technology, Syntax-Brillian will demonstrate a new 65" 1080p LCoS[TM] HDTV which is the world's first rear-projection TV (RPTV) to feature the SiliconOptix Realta Hollywood Quality Video (HQV[TM]) video processor. It is available for private viewing at Syntax-Brillian's Executive Suite in the Las Vegas Hilton (appointment details below).
The 65" HDTV uses a 6 Megapixel LCoS[TM] light engine utilizing the company's innovative, proprietary and award-winning Brillian UltraContrast LCoS[TM] technology with true 1920x1080p resolution, a three chip microdisplay architecture and 10-bit image processing.
Additionally, the HDTV features native on-screen contrast ratio of up to 4000:1 (without use of electromechanical or auto-iris compensation), an ultra-fine pitch matte finish screen, dynamic temperature compensation, patented uniformity correction technology and 12 inputs including HDMI, ATSC tuner, HD-component and VGA.
Syntax-Brillian will also demonstrate innovative technologies in its core LCD line of products, plus new entertainment content in 3D via a specially developed LCD.
Syntax-Brillian will demonstrate a new 52" LCD display in its booth at CES as well as a 32" LCD display with LED backlighting, a first for the company.
From January 8th to January 11th, pre-invited visitors to Syntax-Brillian's sales suite will be able to view a full range of consumer entertainment experiences from video games to movies presented in digital cinema quality 3D on a specially modified 32" Olevia [TM] 532H LCD HDTV powered by DDD Group's 3D technology.
The 3D Olevia [TM] 532H is equipped with Arisawa Manufacturing Company's Xpol[TM] 3D optical material that enables both normal 2D and stereoscopic 3D content to be displayed on the screen, depending on the consumer's preference. The 3D Olevia [TM] 532H is also powered by DDD's TriDef[R] Vision+[TM] that converts any existing 2D broadcast or DVD content to 3D in real time.
"The items that we are demonstrating at CES are great examples that Syntax-Brillian is much more than a technology re-seller, but rather a true display technology innovator," said Sam Miller, Chief Product Officer, Syntax-Brillian. "We're proud to continue our tradition of excellence in LCD and LCoS[TM] design and production as we look ahead to exciting new creations for 2007."
Media and industry analysts interested in viewing Syntax-Brillian's LCoS[TM] technology demonstration HDTV may contact Chad Giron to arrange for an appointment at 571.216.4894 or email@example.com
About Syntax-Brillian Corporation
Syntax-Brillian Corporation (www.syntaxbrillian.com) is one of the world's leading manufacturers and marketers of LCD and LCoS[TM] HDTVs, digital cameras, and microdisplay entertainment products.
The company's lead products include its Olevia [TM] brand (www.Olevia.com) high definition widescreen LCD and LCoS televisions -- one of the fastest growing global TV brands -- and Vivitar brand (www.vivitar.com) digital still and video cameras. Syntax-Brillian has built an Asian supply chain coupled with an international manufacturing and distribution network to support worldwide retail sales channels and position the company as a market leader in consumer digital entertainment products.
Olevia [TM], Brillian, LCoS and Vivitar are trademarks or registered trademarks of Syntax-Brillian Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
DDD, also known as Dynamic Digital Depth, is transforming the viewing experience with applications for glasses-free 3D displays. Its patented technologies enable 3D viewing without glasses; simple integration of computer graphics applications with 3D displays; supply of 3D content through 2D to 3D conversion; and 3D transmission over existing networks. DDD is quoted on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM: DDD).
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