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First Look: Philips 3D Cinema 21:9 Platinum

First Look: Philips 3D Cinema 21:9 Platinum

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Over a year on, and Philips has launched the second version of its impressive 21:9 Cinema television at IFA 2010. Pocket-lint was on hand to have a look at the new model, and more importantly to see how it fares against the previous version. Should the... >>

Philips 3D 21:9 Cinema TV: extra wide television goes three dimensional

Philips 3D 21:9 Cinema TV: extra wide television goes three dimensional

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It's been over a year in the making, but Philips has used its IFA 2010 press conference to announce that it will be bringing a 3D version of its ultra-wide 21:9 Cinema television to the market, for the likes of you and I to buy.  Philips has been showing... >>

Philips 21:9 "Tell It Your Way" final: Cast your vote

Philips 21:9 "Tell It Your Way" final: Cast your vote

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Philips' 21:9 inspired short film competition, "Tell It Your Way", has reached the public voting stage - so now is your chance to have your say on what director deserves his or her chance to spend a week working at Sir Ridley Scott's offices in London,... >>

Interview with Carl Erik Rinsch - director of 'The Gift'

Interview with Carl Erik Rinsch - director of 'The Gift'

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The grand unveiling of the Philips Parallel Lines short film competition took place other night. Of the five excellent films that were chosen, rightly or wrongly there was a standout crowd pleaser among them most noticable for its stunning visual effects,... >>

VIDEO: The Philips 21:9 advert that will make you want one

VIDEO: The Philips 21:9 advert that will make you want one

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After the success of last year's award winning short film, the Dark Knight-inspired Carousel, Philips has let slip a teaser trailer of its Parallel Lines series as made in conjunction with Ridley Scott Associates. The project set five top directors up... >>

Philips to launch 21:9 ratio "cinematic" televisions

Philips to launch 21:9 ratio "cinematic" televisions

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Philips is to "break new ground" in the realm of home entertainment with the world's first cinema-proportioned LCD television. The TV appears to be aimed at those who hate the black bars that appear at the top and bottom of the screen when watching movies... >>