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Bonkers! LG’s New Flagship OLED 4K TV Has A Profile Thinner Than An iPhone 7!

LG describes its new flagship OLED 4K TV, W7, “razor-thin” and they are probably right ‘cause a mere 2.57 mm (that’s 0.101-inch!) profile on a 65-inch behemoth, its edge would equate to a razor’s edge. Seriously, that’s absolutely mind-blowing, more so when you know that its thinner than your iPhone 7. When mounted on the wall with magnetic brackets, which leaves no gap between the TV and the wall, it creates an even more picturesque sight. This TV is sure to make your graduation photo on the wall looks like some clunky box stuck on the wall. Crazy. Continue reading Bonkers! LG’s New Flagship OLED 4K TV Has A Profile Thinner Than An iPhone 7!

Sony New Z Series 4K HDR UHD TV Goes Head-to-Head With High-end OLED TV

Some TV manufacturers are falling head-over-heels for OLEDs, but not Sony. The Japanese electronics giant isn’t going to ‘take the easy way out’, at least not when it comes to the race for a bigger chunk of the high-end TV cake. Instead it has invested time and money to create the “the next generation in television display technology,” the Backlight Master Drive technology, which can be found on its newly announced Z series 4K HDR Ultra HD TV. First introduced at the CES 2016 as a prototype, Backlight Master Drive is a precision backlight boosting technology that promised to deliver “unprecedented dynamic range with incredibly deep blacks and dazzling lights” that mimics the brightness and colors of the real world. Continue reading Sony New Z Series 4K HDR UHD TV Goes Head-to-Head With High-end OLED TV

Vizio SmartCast P-Series Ditches Remote In Favor Of Android Tablet

When Smart TV, aka connected TV, was introduced it changes the way we watch TV and in a way, took a stab at paid cable TV providers. We are no longer bound to free-to-air TV and subject to cable TV’s schedule which often do not fit our lifestyle. It was a new found freedom. A leap it was from traditional TV but there’s one thing that never change: however fancy the display and however ‘smart’ the TV are, the TV from past to present have one thing in common: remote control. We are in a ‘smart’ era and it kind of sucks that we are not firing up holographic menus from our coffee table when surfing the channels. No, we are not there yet, but with the announcement of the Vizio SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display, couch potatoes are finally seeing some real advancement in TV and home entertainment in general. Continue reading Vizio SmartCast P-Series Ditches Remote In Favor Of Android Tablet

Sceptre Introduces New 55-inch UHD TV with SRS TruSurround HD Sound and Super Thin Bezel

Budget-conscious gadget lovers must be drooling all over the new current flood of UHD TVs. While nice, the current horde of big screen, eye-watering resolution television sets are anything but affordable. And seriously, not everyone needs a 105-inch variety, much less one that spans 8 meters across. This is where California-based TV maker Sceptre comes in. It wants to smash the price barrier of UHD TV ownership and it has already did that with a 900 bucks example and here’s another one, the Sceptre 55-inch U550CV-UMR+ 4K UHD TV, that promised to strike “a perfect balance of quality, performance, technology, and affordability.” Though it is worthy to note that price is unknown yet – even though the official press said it is available now though various channels, including Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, Sears’ Marketplace and Walmart. However, we are expecting a sub $1,500 sticker since the 49-inch model cost under 900. Continue reading Sceptre Introduces New 55-inch UHD TV with SRS TruSurround HD Sound and Super Thin Bezel

Loewe’s Entry Level Ultra HD TV, Art TV, Launches This December for £1,299+

After nearly becoming part of the luxury electronics’ history, German luxury TV maker Loewe is back and presenting the firm’s first 4K TVs at the IFA last month. For a company who experienced a “near-death” experience, time is a luxury it does not have and therefore, it is quick to make the first Ultra HD TV, the Art TV, official. Available in 40, 48 and 55-inch variations, the Art TV is Loewe entry level 4K TV that packs some serious tech features. Engineered and manufactured in Germany, the Art TV also boast a rather usual claim of being the world’s fastest TV for switching between channels – made possible by its ‘Instant Channel Zapping’ technology. Continue reading Loewe’s Entry Level Ultra HD TV, Art TV, Launches This December for £1,299+

Sceptre Breaks the Economic Barrier of Gadget Ownership Again, This Time with a $900 UHD TV

we didn’t specifically review TVs, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t into it. in fact, we have the opportunity to scrutinized the UHD TV from three major brands, comparing them alongside with Full HD TVs and we have only one thing to say: once you seen UHD quality, you are not going to go back to Full HD. unfortunately, the truth is, most people have to settle with Full HD as UHD TV prices are still unrealistic for average folks. luckily, Sceptre is here again to break that economic barrier for gadget ownership. introducing the Sceptre U500 UHD TV, a 49-inch that touts 4K resolution and SRS TruSurround HD technology to deliver the highest level of images and audio experience without breaking your bank. its 16:9 display turns out an eye-watering 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, while SRS TruSurround HD ensures an immersive surround sound regardless where you sit in the room. despite being the ‘budget’ UHD TV, it is no slouch in the look department. Continue reading Sceptre Breaks the Economic Barrier of Gadget Ownership Again, This Time with a $900 UHD TV

Sony Has Its Own Curved 4K TV, But Has A Little Less Curve For ‘More Immersive Experience’

how can Japan electronics giant ignore the curve fad? no, it can’t and so here we are reading about Sony freshly announced first curved 4K TV, known as BRAVIA S90 4K Ultra HD TV. well, you know Sony is going to flaunt its TRILUMINOS display prowess, and so not surprisingly, S90 has it, supporting the the glorious, subtly contoured 4K resolution display. Sony said the modest curve is “precisely-calculated” for making “lifelike viewing comfortable for everyone in the room.” well, they are the experts so we are not going to argue with that and we can almost imagine Sony looking at Samsung and LG while making this statement. Continue reading Sony Has Its Own Curved 4K TV, But Has A Little Less Curve For ‘More Immersive Experience’

Samsung Curved 105-inch 4K TV Cost A Cool $120,000, Available For Pre-order Now

when Samsung first show off its curved 105-inch 4K TV at the CES this year, the company described it as “the world’s first, largest and most curved 105-inch curved UHD TV”, which won’t argue with. now that the price is out, it should add “the most expensive” to the description so you won’t caught falling off the chair when learn that it cost a super cool $120,000. the good news is, Samsung will be offering the UN105S9W with the firm’s “Samsung Elite Service” where Samsung Field Engineers will be there to walk you through your new acquisition’s features and optimized it in accordance to your viewing environment. after which, they will leave and so no, the field engineers are not yours to keep. what’s left is a hulking gadget that has 11 million pixels spread across a display with an unusual aspect ratio and resolution of 21:9 and 5,120 x 2,160 pixels, respectively. Continue reading Samsung Curved 105-inch 4K TV Cost A Cool $120,000, Available For Pre-order Now

This Is Titan Zeus Ultra HD TV And It Cost 1 Million Pound Sterling

there are many things you could buy with 1 million pound sterling, but if have a huge wall that you wish you could turn into a big-ass display, you could use one million quid to grab this appallingly enormous Titan Zeus Ultra HD TV. made by British TV maker Titan Technology, the Zeus measures an astounding 8 meters by 5 meters (about 26′ by 16′) and is fitted with a 370-inch panel that’s capable of 4K resolution. it boasts 65 million colors and tips the scale at nearly a ton. the display is designed for use in both indoor and outdoor conditions, and it is consumer-grade stuff which means any ‘regular’ insanely rich folks with the money to drop can grab one for the said amount. well, at this size, you have give it to Titan for its claim as the maker of the biggest domestic televisions available anywhere. Continue reading This Is Titan Zeus Ultra HD TV And It Cost 1 Million Pound Sterling

Xiaomi Mi TV 2 Goes Official, Packs 4K Display, Separate Audio and Bluetooth Remote

along with the announcement of the firm’s first tablet, Xiaomi also unveiled its second Smart TV, simply called Mi TV 2. now, don’t let the ultra simplistic, less than bombastic product name fool you. this second smart TV offering from this fast growing Chinese handset maker is a 49-inch Ultra HD TV equipped with a 4K 3D panel with 178-degree viewing angle, flanked by alluring 6.2mm aluminum bezel. under the skin, there is a MediaTek MStar 6A918 SoC, featuring a 1.45GHz Cortex-A9 quad-core processor and a quad-core Mali 450 MP4 GPU, and 2GB RAM. it has 8GB of built-in storage, expandable up to 64GB via microSD card slot. in what we thought as a surprise design move, Xiaomi chose to separate the audio reproduction unit from the TV, which should be the first in modern TV history, to keep the profile down to the minimum. the separate audio comprises of a sound bar with 2.25-inch full-range drivers with “acoustic waveguide technology” and a Bluetooth 8-inch subwoofer. the audio system is fully capable of handling Dolby and DTS too. Continue reading Xiaomi Mi TV 2 Goes Official, Packs 4K Display, Separate Audio and Bluetooth Remote