What sort of things the future TVs holds for consumers

February 4, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 1 Comment 

The television that we are so much in tune to watch either alone or together as a family has so much potential and can be more interactive and enjoyable that what it is today, more and more the developer and engineers at TV manufacturing companies expressing similar views. Most of the new development has been focused on its thinness and picture and sound quality or their pure energy efficient functionalities which is mostly self-imposed by manufacturers themselves. Read more

Slumping World Wide LCD TV sales triggering an industrial realignment

February 3, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on Slumping World Wide LCD TV sales triggering an industrial realignment 

Many market research firms including U.S. market research firm DisplaySearch believe the reason behind slumping LCD TV sales is due to huge LCD panel oversupply causing declining LCD panel prices. The drop in prices has a ripple effect which bonds to hurt the parts and component manufactures of LDC panel TV such as those of color filters, glass substrates etc. Flat panel TVs has only 30 to 40% share of all the TV shipments to emerging economies, even in developed countries only less than half of the households own such models. Read more

White goods in rescue of Japanese electronic manufacturers

January 30, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on White goods in rescue of Japanese electronic manufacturers 

Well it goes without saying that where there is a problem there is an opportunity. Now days where ever we turn our head the term of “Economic Down turn” can not be avoided. Well one of the success stories for Japanese consumer electronics manufacturers has been in growing sales in white goods which have been largely driven by impressive demand from overseas market especially from emerging markets. One of the reasons that are contributing to this success despite the economic slowdown has been that price and functionality level have increased. Read more

LED in rescue of sluggish Electronics market

January 22, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on LED in rescue of sluggish Electronics market 

LED has enjoyed a market grow of 10.8% in 2008 to be followed by 2.9% in 2009 thanks to the rising demand for the new LED backlight LCD TV. In contrast to this overwhelming success the overall semiconductor market will see a decline of 9.4% in 2009 making LED a lone star in the sluggish semiconductor market. According to the prediction by iSuppli Corp. the LCD TV market will demand for US $ 163 million worth of LEDs which is more than three fold increase in comparison to the 2008 of US$51 million. Read more

Sony version of Eco TV

January 12, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on Sony version of Eco TV 



Here comes yet another Eco TV or should I say power saving TV. Well this time Sony decided to become an Eco enforcer by turning off the TV screen by option of keeping the audio portion on after certain period of time when our not very Eco conscious minded individuals wondering around somewhere else while TV is playing by itself. Read more

Rewritable printer your environmentally friendly office equipment

January 12, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on Rewritable printer your environmentally friendly office equipment 



This post brings me back to last year Eco Products event in Tokyo where I visited booth of a company by the name of SANWA NEWTEC CO. where I saw various printing equipments on display. After few questions I found out that at least one of the printers on display is a rewritable printer which company calls it “PrePeat”. The company is located in Miyazaki Japan and it claims they developed this product in 2003. Read more

DC power supply a logical answer to reduce power loss

December 25, 2008 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 1 Comment 

Existing home versions of solar power systems usually convert generated DC power into AC using a power conditioner and supply it to homes. However, because many home appliances currently convert AC into DC by using an AC adapter, power generated by solar cells is being converted twice first from DC to AC and then from AC to DC and as a result even with conversion efficiency of 90% roughly 20% of the generated power is wasted due to this double conversion. Read more

Is ruggedness an answer for future mobile devices?

December 2, 2008 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · Comments Off on Is ruggedness an answer for future mobile devices? 

As a consumer we always take the durability of our mobile devices for granted being a mobile phone that gets bang here and there and dropped in too many occasions or the mobile PC that is put in an already over crowed hand bag or even our digital handy cam that has that very special Ms. drools signature on it. In all these situations or similar ones we never for one second think whether these sensitive equipments will sustain such over exerted tortures until we face the moment…. yes that moment that everything goes blank and we are all freshen out from all those irrecoverable important personal and impersonal data that was stored on them. After all we are living in a ubiquities era and portability and usability at any where and anytime is turning to becoming a commodity or at least that is what we are being told. Read more

Japan quest for alternative natural resources

November 19, 2008 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 1 Comment 

To liberate themselves from dependence on the materials that may run out or at least become expensive Japanese companies are looking for alternatives. 31 metals are being used in Japan’s industries today they are thought of as vitamins of manufacturing as the amount is used in products may be small but essential, even a bit of such metals enhances the performance of principal raw materials adding strength or heat resistance. They are found in PCs, light bulb and many other products. For instance a mobile phone contains 10 rare metals almost none of these resources are found in Japan itself, that makes the prospect of any interruption of overseas suppliers an unhappy contingency to plan for. Read more

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