NuVision to Liquidate All Assets
September 16, 2011

NuVision, the Phoenix-based manufacturer of high-end LCD and LED flat panels, has notified its creditors that it is liquidating all its assets and shutting down. It was rumored in July 2011 that NuVision was attempting some sort of reorganization. The company was backed by Cat Trail Capital, an investment firm.

The Savant Experience
January 1, 2011

CustomRetailer: Your New York City-based Savant Commercial Experience Center has been open a little more than six months. Talk about how dealers have been using the space.

Depth Perception Part 2
January 1, 2011

3D PROJECTORS CustomRetailer: What elements or perceptions about consumers' desires have helped to shape your approach toward developing and marketing 3D projection systems? Alberto Fabiano, executive vice president, SIM2: The principle behind the development of our dual-projector system was that this system was the most efficient system, and one that required the least amount of…

Depth Perception
December 1, 2010

This two-element, two-part treatment of 3D for the December and January issues of CustomRetailer contains comments from a cross-section of industry executives, covering the progression of the 3D market in both the projection and the flat-panel sectors.

Video: NuVision's New High-End TVs
November 18, 2010

David Hester of NuVision talks to Maureen Jenson about the company's new TV products, including 3D models and how the company has taken advantage of the departures of Pioneer, Hitachi and Fujitsu to grow in the luxury TV market.

NuVision Names Rep of the Year
October 8, 2010

NuVision announced Friday that it has named ProAct Sales its Rep of the Year for 2010. With The Jarmac Group and Morris Tait Associates named runners-up.

NuVision to Show 9 New LED Models at CEDIA Expo
September 9, 2010

LED TV supplier NuVision is heading into the CEDIA Expo at the end of the month with nine new models designed to roll out beginning in October through 2011 to the “super-affluent” market it targets, said CEO David Hester.  They will range from 22 to 72 inches and seven of the nine, which are 40 inches and larger, will be 3D-capable. They will include what he said will be the first 72-inch 480Hz 3D-ready direct-lit LED LCD TV: the FX10 series model NVU72CS ($15,999), slated to launch in December.