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HDTV Technology Review 2007 (Consumer Edition) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $76.30
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(Color Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and Consumer... More > Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2007 version is a comprehensive, 354 page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
HDTV Technology Review 2007 (Consumer Edition) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $14.35
Prints in 3-5 business days
(B/W Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and Consumer... More > Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2007 version is a comprehensive, 354 page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
HDTV Technology Review 2007 (Consumer Ed.) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Hardcover: $88.80
Prints in 3-5 business days
(Hardcover Version, Full Color) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology... More > Review and Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2007 version is a comprehensive, 354 page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2006, B&W) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $10.68
Prints in 3-5 business days
(B&W Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and... More > Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2006 version is a comprehensive, 207 page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for FREE at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2006, Color) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $46.90
Prints in 3-5 business days
(Color Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and Consumer... More > Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2006 version is a comprehensive, 207 page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for FREE at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2003, B&W) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $7.88
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(B&W Version) The objective of this report is to benefit interested readers with reference material updated at CES 2003 to facilitate new purchases and upgrades of DTV technology with emphasis on... More > HDTV. Over 700 pieces of DTV related equipment are included on this report, all types of display monitors and integrated DTVs are covered (RPTV rear projection, FPTV front projection, Plasmas, DLP, LCD, LCoS, D-ILA, etc). It also explores industry trends and manufacturers direction regarding new technologies. It includes an analysis of digital video connectivity (DVI and IEEE-1394 Firewire) and compatibility/content-protection. It reviews DTV related equipment such as D-VHS VCR (and D-Theater), HD-DVD playback/recording, and HD tuners (satellite, cable and over-the-air [OTA] reception). This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2004, Color) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $25.70
Prints in 3-5 business days
(Color Version) This report summarizes new DTV-related products, to help consumers with new purchases & upgrades of DTV technology, with emphasis on HDTV. Hundreds of pieces of equipment are... More > covered across multiple technologies: RPTV (rear projection), FPTV (front projection), Plasmas (PDP), DLP, LCD, LCoS, D-ILA, and more). It also includes a follow up of how digital video connectivity (DVI, HDMI and IEEE-1394 Firewire) is being implemented by manufacturers. It reviews the status and lists all DTV related equipment such as D-VHS VCR (and D-Theater), High Definition DVD, HD tuners for small-dish satellite, digital cable, and over-the-air (OTA) w/antenna reception, and HD PVRs (Personal Video Recorders also known as DVRs). Downloaded this report free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2004, B&W) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $8.03
Prints in 3-5 business days
(B&W Version) This report summarizes new DTV-related products, to help consumers with new purchases & upgrades of DTV technology, with emphasis on HDTV. Hundreds of pieces of equipment are... More > covered across multiple technologies: RPTV (rear projection), FPTV (front projection), Plasmas (PDP), DLP, LCD, LCoS, D-ILA, and more). It also includes a follow up of how digital video connectivity (DVI, HDMI and IEEE-1394 Firewire) is being implemented by manufacturers. It reviews the status and lists all DTV related equipment such as D-VHS VCR (and D-Theater), High Definition DVD, HD tuners for small-dish satellite, digital cable, and over-the-air (OTA) w/antenna reception, and HD PVRs (Personal Video Recorders also known as DVRs). Downloaded this report free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2005, Color) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $35.10
Prints in 3-5 business days
(Color Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and Consumer... More > Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2005 version is a comprehensive, 140+ page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less
H/DTV Technology Review & CES Report (2005, B&W) By Rodolfo La Maestra
Paperback: $9.20
Prints in 3-5 business days
(B&W Version) Since the late 1990's, Rodolfo La Maestra has tracked hundreds of consumer HDTV hardware products. In 2002, he decided to produce the first annual HDTV Technology Review and... More > Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Report. Its 2005 version is a comprehensive, 140+ page publication that reviews and analyzes the entire DTV industry with a vision to the future. The publication encompasses all DTV related equipment, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, etc. Its primary purpose is to help the adoption of HDTV by explaining the technology with the consumer's point of view in mind. This report can be downloaded for free at HDTV Magazine.< Less