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Kogan the direct to consumer producer and retailer has launched the Agora 32” Smart LED TV in the UK, making access to the web on big screen TV more affordable than before.
The Kogan Agora Smart LED TV is power driven by Android 4.0 (ICS) and offers features normally seen on smartphones and tablets. For only £259, the Agora Smart TV enables users to browse the Internet, connect to YouTube, power Android games and apps, follow social media effortlessly and lots more. It’s sure to transform the way Brits relate to their TV set. There is also an integral PVR function to rewind, record and pause live TV; Three USB inputs for photo playback and playing movies; ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, plus HDMI inputs.
Kogan have created a Smart TV that offers loads of Internet capability at a very reasonable price and since they manufacture design and ship the products themselves, they can cut out the middlemen and give the savings to UK consumers.
Marmitek has introduced their new IR Control 10 XTRA that connects to your TV to enable you to place the A/V equipment inside the cabinet/TV stand, without messy cables and you can still control it even when the front door is closed.
Why is this solution unique
Marmitek offers various solutions for operating A/V equipment that are hidden from sight, so what’s different about this specific solution?
One For All has introduced the SV9135, a new indoor aerial that enables you to watch Freeview channels on a TV in a separate room – even though it can’t be connected to your external antenna.
This small amplified Indoor Digital Aerial permits you to enjoy all of the digital terrestrial channels with first-rate reception: It is perfect for use in areas with weaker a signal, up to fifteen miles from your closest transmitter. Specially created for digital reception, HD compatible and is also compatible with both FM and DAB radios. The SV9135 aerial is fully adaptable with a swivel and tilt action, providing minimal interference – due to the built in noise reducing filters and directional digital elements that when correctly aligned, ensure sharp and consistent reception. The powerful amplifier supplies a signal gain of up to 38dB.
Priced at just £19.99 (RRP). Available from Curry’s Argos and PC World.
Aquavision instigators of Waterproof and In Wall televisions have launched two bigger sizes to the Frameless range, which can be fitted inside a shower enclosure or over the bath.
The original two frameless, waterproof TVs the 26″ and 19″ models were launched in 2010.
The newly introduced sizes – 32″ and 40″LED TVs, are more likely to be set up in other rooms such as, living rooms or bedrooms, where a flat design is required, to ensure the television is even with the wall.
Introducing the SmartWall-3D from The Pleasure Home – a free-standing piece of luxury furniture with the latest home entertainment technology built-in and controllable via your Apple iPad, an iPod Touch, or even your iPhone.
Looking for a new HDTV, home cinema or music system? Then you simply must experience the new Bose VideoWave® II entertainment system.
It is the only HDTV with a complete Bose® home cinema and music system incorporated.
There are some people who prefer to hide the fact that they have a television set in their home. In recognition of this, NEOD (New Era of Device) has just announced the launch of their new mirror TV sets.
NEOD Mirror TVs hide the latest high-tech Full HD picture behind a faultless mirror.
A smart design innovation secretes a high performance flat TV screen behind a mirror-like glass surface, so that when the screen is switched off, the display becomes reflective like a mirror, framed by a high quality décor-matching bezel.
The newRichmond slimline ‘TV Fireplace’ has been introduced by Picture House TV Furniture, providing a great way to hide your TV.
The elegant fully functioning new fireplace hides the TV inside: The TV automatically lifts to viewing height when the remote is pressed; press it again and it magically disappears and the television switches off automatically to save power. The fireplace, which emits 2kW of heat, has a small footprint making it a perfect choice if space is restricted and there are no messy wires and cables, as they are all hidden from view. It will accept TVs up to 52in. Picture House’s ‘TV Fireplaces’ are environmentally friendly, as the TV is turned off when not in use and automatically turns on when it’s raised up. Since the TV is not on standby it doesn’t use any power unless it is being watched, thereby reducing the household power consumption. Other new designs in the Picture House portfolio include, the Corvado, the Havana and the Valenza.
Award-winning inventor and furniture designer David Free, who runs Picture House TV Furniture and presents “The Great British Woodshop” on Discovery Shed says: “My living room looked soulless with this big black box on the wall – so I came up with this idea of concealing the TV inside a working fireplace – which creates one focal point for the room.”A choice of different electric flame effect fires suitable for the fireplace is available. Prices start from £3,000.
Furniture Village has announced the launch of the new Kensington TV- Bed Range.
Finished in rich black faux leather, with a plush button styled headboard.
There is no denying that these beds have a striking presence, but there is more to them than just good looks:
Sound and Vision company DSE Digital, recently completed a multi-room installation in one of the finest new-build properties in Newcastle upon Tyne.
The stunning, contemporary house features all the luxuries and technologies you would expect in a house of the future – plus a few more, including an Aquavision waterproof television in the bathroom.
The owners of this chic home required security that could be accessed from anywhere in the world, discrete lighting with mood control, music throughout the house and a home cinema / games room.