HD Ready

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HD Ready

(High Definition Ready) A TV set that can display a minimum of 720 lines of resolution and can scale up lower-resolution and scale down higher-resolution signals. Also called "HD Capable," it requires an external set-top box that tunes into HD programs. See HD Built In and HDTV.
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Expanding its lineup of smart device offerings, Xiaomi is also introducing the Mi Router HD capable of offering upto 2600 Mbps download speeds.
The HarmonyAIR[TM] M-Series Surgical Lighting System provides exceptional surgical site illumination, while its HD capable suspension is modular and upgradeable, adapting as needs change.
The service improves users' ability to tell their stories more vividly through the use of footage shot with their HD capable devices.
The new smartphones feature full HD capable camera with auto focus and LED flash.
The infrastructure of the 600 sqm studios with an overall number of 22 cameras is fully HD capable and contains cameras and vision mixers from Grass Valley as well as the first regional installation of BFE's KSC universal broadcast control system.
With continuing increases in the number of smartphones and tablets on the market with HD and Full HD capable displays, consumer interest in the ability to transport and consume high definition content on the go is rising.
Features include HD capable video viewing and a custom photo viewing area where HD photos have never looked better.
The Lumens DC260 represents the first ever generation of multimedia HD capable visual presenter.
3 x 22 inches, is HD capable with features including a 1080p HDM1 output for large-screen, flat-panel, high-definition display, audio and video processor for full-frame video recording to an SD card (up to 4GB), and ultrasharp 3x optical zoom.
The HD VMD media format is suitable for playback on all HD capable display devices and will support existing optical disc formats: CD, DVD (DVD5 & DVD9).
Many of those customers may think they're getting HD signals, by virtue of owning on HD capable set, when in fact they are not, Leichtman explained.
19 -- Looks like 2013 is going to see a plethora of 1080p HD capable 5-inch displays on smartphones.