Philips CES 2011: LED TV’s And Blu-ray Player Lineup

CES 2011 is practically upon us, so far the build up to the event has been all about the tablet PCs that are being released along with a few cameras, but they aren’t the only devices making their way onto the scene, click here to see our recent reports on announced and leaked devices at CES 2011.

Philips have unveiled a some new TVs at CES already, these are from the 4k, 5k and 6k ranges. Let’s have a look at them. The sizes, model numbers and prices of the 4000 series are 40” – 40PFL4706 for $749, 46” – 46PFL4706 for $999 and 55”- 55PFL4706 for $1499. All of the shipping dates are in May and all of these devices. There are also a few smaller TVs available, these are the 19“ for $199.99, 22” for $249.99 and 32” priced at $449.99. The latter models are all available this month if you are interested.

As for the 5000 series, the details will follow in the same order of size, model and price, the 40” – 40PFL5706 at $679, the 46” – 46PFL5706 for $899 and the 55” – 55PFL5706 for $1099. The main difference between the 400 and the 500 series is the 5000 series has a Pixel Precise HD engine along with 120Hz de-jitter support. These TVs will be released around April or May

Moving onto the 6000 series they start with the 40” – 40PFL6706 for $999, the 46” – 46PFL6706 for $1299 and the 55” – 55PFL6706 for $1699. The main difference between this and the other two ranges, that’s right, you guessed it, 3D. We will be looking at around September for these bad boys.

Philips are really treating us, they aren’t just brining TVs to CES 2011, they are also bringing their new Blu-ray decks, 3 of which, will support 3D Blu-ray media. The model numbers are BDP3506, BDP5506 and BDP7506, with the prices ranging from $199.99 to $219.99. You can read all of the press releases for the above devices by heading over to Engadget.com, where Darren Murphy has written an article.

According to a press release Philips will also be releasing a number of devices from the lifestyle product range. You can view some details of them over at PR Newswire by clicking here.

Are you looking forward to new devices from Philips? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

  • Paul Schneider

    Is it true that the 2011 generation of Philips TVs will be the first to support Web-based content and interactive services on the CloudTV platform?