NuVision has announced the release of three new ultra-thin LED-based LCD TVs.
NuVision announced this week that it has named Jim McGall its new vice president of business development.
NuVision Inc., the manufacturer of high-performance LCD HDTVs, has teamed up with Gurus2Go to provide in-home customer support for NuVision product users
LCD display manufacturer NuVision Inc. announced Thursday that it has picked Cardinal Electronics as its distributor for the Northeastern U.S. The deal covers all NuVision products, including the Lucidium FX5 series.
NuVision announced this week that it has named Chris Porter to the position of vice president of engineering and product management. Porter, the company said, will be responsible for several aspects of the company's LCD and accessory offerings, including engineering, product development, product management and quality assurance.
Cardinal Electronics recently held its annual dealer show at the LaGuardia Airport Hotel in East Elmhurst, N.Y. Several hundred dealers attended the two-day event to see the latest products from such vendors as Yamaha, BDI, Monster, Denon, JVC, Infinity, Honeywell, NuVision, Soyo and Jamo.
NuVision announced last week that it will release ten different Lucidium LCD HDTVs in sizes ranging from 22- to 65 inches. Five of the models have already shipped, with the remainder to come in the second quarter of this year. The models shipping now include TVs in the 42-, 47- and 52-inch denominations, as well as “Deep Black” LCD TVs of 22- and 32-inch sizes. Other models, including a 65-inch TV featuring Silicon Optix Realta HQV image processing, are set to arrive later this spring. The products range in price from $749 for the 22-inch TV to $11,999 for the 65-inch model.
NuVision U.S., a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based manufacturer LCD displays, appointed 17-year industry veteran David Cusick to vice president sales, where he is responsible for managing the company’s dealer, distributor and customer relationships. Cusick spent six years with Fujitsu General of America, where he spent five years as a regional sales manager, before he was promoted to director of sales. Prior to Fujitsu, Cusick was with DLP projector manufacturer Plus Corporation as that company’s regional sales manager. Cusick has also spent time with other video companies, including Zenith Electronics as operations manager.