Polar Bear TV Storms the Fuck Out of CES

I had written off CES as a collection of wasteful products I neither wanted nor needed. Then I beheld the full glory of this $299, 720P, 17-inch Hannspree polar bear television, and my life began anew. Available this March. » 1/05/10 8:01pm 1/05/10 8:01pm

Hannspree Leather Purse TV Renders Us Confused, Somewhat Angry

Hannspree, a company that's no stranger to putting LCD screens in absurd places, has just pioneered a leather purse LCD TV. You read that right. Leather. Purse. LCD. TV. Purse. TV. LCD. Leather. TV. Purse. LCD. Purse. TV. Italian Leather. 9.6-inches. $259. You don't want one. [Hannspree via Shiny Shiny] » 3/10/08 1:24pm 3/10/08 1:24pm

Hannspree Time Square LCD has Weird Things Attached

If anyone does weird LCD TVs, it's Hannspree. And, while I can understand the importance of fire truck- and french fries-shaped TVs, I am not entirely convinced about Time Square, a 12-inch LCD TV with built-in clock, thermometer and hygrometer, whose dials swing open to reveal speakers. » 8/16/07 7:05am 8/16/07 7:05am

HANNspree Releases 5 Cheap, 'Vista Certified' LCDs

HANNspree's computer display division, HANNS.G, announced five new LCD displays that are being touted as "Vista certified," whatever the hell that means. The big beauty is a 22-inch HW-223DPB that displays at 1680x1050 and has a nice 5ms response time and 1,000:1 contrast ratio. It has DVI inputs, but includes a DVI… » 5/11/07 6:00pm 5/11/07 6:00pm

HANNSpree 32-Inch 720p HDTV Doesn't Look Weird At All

HANNSpree, maker of TV sets in the shape of baseballs, French fry containers and worse, is now shipping its line of HDTVs that actually look normal. This 32-inch HANNSvibewhite widescreen LCD, first teased late last year, gives you 720p goodness at a price that's not entirely unreasonable: $1,150. » 3/28/07 1:30pm 3/28/07 1:30pm

HANNSpree HANNSFries TV Doesn't Promote Obesity At All

HANNSpree is known for making some pretty unique LCD TVs. They cover everything from fire trucks to elephants to baseballs and more, but this is a bold new step. The HANNSFries TV look like a pack of fries, and the accompanying remote control looks like a ketchup packet. I am glad HANNSpree finally created a fry TV.… » 3/26/07 12:00pm 3/26/07 12:00pm

Hannspree Xv 32-inch LCD HDTV, $500 AR

It may be a little too late for your Super Bowl party, but this is still a pretty good deal. Hannspree, a quality LCD manufacturer, has this 32-inch LCD HDTV for $500 after all is said and done. It has a list price of $1,000, but it also includes a $350 instant savings and $150 mail-in-rebate making it $500 in the… » 2/02/07 12:00pm 2/02/07 12:00pm

HDTV is Good, but Fire Truck HDTV is Way Better

Hannspree knows that they aren't gonna grab anyone's attention here at CES with boring, run-of-the-mill HDTVs. There are about 500 other companies showing off HDTVs, and let's be honest — once you've seen a dozen big HDTVs, you've seen them all. » 1/06/07 8:14pm 1/06/07 8:14pm

NYT: Hannspree TV Knocks Off Eames Chair

Roy Furchgott, has an eye for design. He writes an insightful piece in the NYTimes about Korean electronic maker Hannspree, and their latest design triumph: An LCD TV that looks great from the backside. Delicious, and useful for times when a TV doesn't sit against a wall. » 11/02/06 10:03pm 11/02/06 10:03pm

CEDIA 2006: Hannspree Super Crazy LCD TVs

Hannspree is generally known for having some odd LCD TVs and the tradition continues at CEDIA. Hit the jump to see some more of Hannspree's more unique LCD TVs. » 9/15/06 2:07pm 9/15/06 2:07pm

Best of CES: Intern Travis Edition

Travis here, back in freezing Kansas. I was given the amazing opportunity to be one of Gizmodo's writers covering CES and here are some of the gems that really caught my eye. » 1/09/06 2:00pm 1/09/06 2:00pm

Hannspree Does Some Groovy LCDs

We've shown you the child's side of Hannspree with its Disney-inspired LCD models, but here's something a little more sophisticated for the grownups. The Hanns Starlight is a 15-inch LCD TV that, strangely enough, is inspired by the contours of the moon in the starlit sky. I don't know what the Hannspree team was… » 12/29/05 12:45pm 12/29/05 12:45pm

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