Mobile Devices

January 18, 2013

RCA Unveils New Televisions, Tablet and IP Phones at CES

There were plenty of devices on display at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). There were devices that people have never seen before and devices that had been seen plenty of times. RCA was one of the many companies that rolled out a whole host of different devices, spanning a couple of different sectors

One area that RCA is dipping its toe into again is in the LCD TV Market. The company announced a new line of ultra thin LED LCD HD TVs at CES. In all, five new sets were announced with screens ranging from 32-inch to 55-inch displays. The king of the crop is the 55-inch model, which has a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a refresh rate that reduces blur, and enhances image detail when looking at fast motion video.

The company also rolled out its first real attempt at changing the tablet market with the RCA Mobile TV Tablet. This particular tablet is one that is geared toward allowing people to watch broadcast television through the DyleTM mobile TV service. The tablet is a fully functioning Android tablet, so it can be used for other things when you are done watching your favorite program on the 8” screen.

RCA also dipped its toe a bit further into the VoIP tech sector with a couple of low cost, but powerful digital IP phones. The company is working with Broadview Networks in order to supply small and medium sized businesses with the same kind of features that would normally only be available to larger firms running a PBX system. 

There are three new phones that will be offered up as part of a couple of bundles using the VoIP service. These phones are being touted as cheap and easy to use, as well as easy to set up. All you need to do to activate them is plug the phone into the Internet and then go to to activate the service.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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