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IKEA's Uppleva TV Hits Europe, Receives First Review

The Uppleva hits European stores as first reviews hit the web.

Ikea's Uppleva TV hits European shelves with tiny, 8GB DVR add-on

If you're US-based, you'll still have to wait till 2013 to get your hands on a TV you can assemble with an Allen wrench. Our friends across the Atlantic on the other hand, can already snatch up a particleboard package that combines a display and TV bench. Show More Summary

Ikea TV hits European stores — but don’t bother buying one

Sweds are the first to get their hands on the new HDTVs from Swedish furniture store Ikea. The Uppleva TV is now on sale at the company’s Stockholm store and will trickle into other European locations in the next few …

Ikea Wire: The early word on UPPLEVA, Ikea's...

The early word on UPPLEVA, Ikea's new all-in-one TV/entertainment system that launched a thousand S-wrenches, is that it's good-looking but quite bad. According to Swedish tech blog M3, the picture quality is "quite mediocre" and "the only thing you have...

The IKEA TV Reviewed: Worse Than Assembling 100 Bookshelves at Once [TV]

6 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Uppleva, Ikea's magical TV-cum-entertainment center meatball, won't be arriving in America until next year. Fortunately, we've got an early review from friends in Sweden. The bad news: it's really bad. More »

IKEA TV Will Allow You To Buy Things Via Remote Control

Earlier this year, IKEA announced some details about its upcoming Uppleva TV, but now it's being reported that the TV, which also includes a cabinet thingy on which to place it, will feature technology that allows people to make purchases straight through their remote control. Show More Summary

Your Next TV Will Be Made by Ikea

Ikea, the Swedish dorm-room furnisher, is getting into the electronics business. Its "Uppleva" line of flat-screen TVs is set to hit the European market this summer, TechCrunch reports, with a wider release planned for next year. The TVs will have a 1080p display, a 400Hz response time, and a remote ... More »

Ikea Further Details Its Upcoming Uppleva HDTV Line

Watch out, Best Buy and Samsung. Ikea is seemingly doing to home entertainment systems what Apple did to portable electronics. The company previously revealed its upcoming entrance into the home theater market. As the video above clearly shows, Ikea is injecting a full dose of their Swedish magic into the Uppleva line. Show More Summary

New video: Ikea TV comes with slide-out remote control

6 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

Ikea's Uppleva TV set will arrive in stores in Europe any day now, and the company just revealed a few more details about the design and functionality of the device. One interesting fact: Uppleva will come with a slide-out remote control to hide less important buttons.

Table 2.0 Furniture Packs in iPod/iPhone Dock and Built-in Speakers

Looks like Ikea’s Uppleva was just the first in a coming deluge of wired furniture. Next up is the Spectral SCALA Table 2.0, a TV stand packing built-in speakers and an iPod/iPhone dock, which...

Ikea Watch: Here are some details about Ikea's...

Here are some details about Ikea's fancy new UPPLEVA TV, which was announced last month and immediately confused Conan O'Brien: the screen size will range from 26 to 42 inches, the built-in Internet will be connected to YouTube, Vimeo, and...

IKEA TV Plays YouTube Videos, Comes With Built-In Blu-Ray Player [Headlines]

Uppleva will be introduced in Europe next month, featuring ~20 apps that include video and music playback. Prices will start around $960 and screen size will range from 24 in to 46 in.

IKEA Uppleva HDTV – A Further Look

IKEA are the masters of flatpack furniture, providing all things good for setting up a home’s furnishing. Now they’ve branched off into the gadgety side of things. For next month, IKEA are to launch their own Uppleva HDTV. It’ll be available in sizes ranging from 24 to 46 inches and will be priced around the [...]

IKEA Uppleva HDTV to retail for $960 in Europe beginning next month, US launch in 2013

Details continue to emerge as we approach the IKEA Uppleva's June launch. GigaOM has discovered that the set will be available in sizes ranging from 24 to 46 inches and will be priced "around $960" -- with a scale relative to the display size, we presume. Show More Summary

Ikea’s Upcoming Uppleva HDTV System Further Detailed

Taking the term home theater in a box to a new level, Ikea made waves a few weeks back when it announced plans to start selling a self-branded HDTV and home theater system with a starting price under $1000. However, the company didn't out all the tantalizing details at the time. Show More Summary

Looks Like That Ikea TV Could Be Pretty Great—And Cheap [Video]

6 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

So far, the best thing you could say about Ikea's media center-TV centaur was that it came with an appropriately quirky introductory video. But GigaOm's got some actual, you know, details about the Uppleva. And they're looking very, very appealing. More »

Ikea TV to run YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion apps

6 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

Ikea's Uppleva TV solution, which combines a Smart TV with living room furniture, will launch in select retail locations in Europe next month. Some of the apps available on the device at launch will offer access to services like YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and TuneIn radio.

IKEA reveals KNÄPPA cardboard digital camera

6 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If you've got a craving for cheap Swedish meatballs or self assembly furniture, IKEA is normally a safe bet. But despite announcing its new UPPLEVA "hybrid furniture" range, IKEA probably wouldn't be your first stop when looking forShow More Summary

Ikea Reveals A Cute Cardboard Digital Rangefinder Camera

Ikea is seemingly getting serious about consumer electronics. First there was the new home theater line and now a digital camera. But the two are slightly different. The disruptive HDTV system, UPPLEVA, is a serious entry into a stale market. The digital camera is, well, cardboard. And cheap. But still awesome.

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