The hottest, non-visible thing in 2018 will be artificial intelligence. Not only this potential sci-fi nightmare technology has made its way to smartphone, it now will make its presence felt in TVs too – all thanks to LG. LG has just announced the company’s 2018 TV lineup which will comes with ThinQ artificial intelligence technology out-of-the-box. Select models will even have LG’s advanced α (Alpha) processor which LG hope they (the TVs) will help it “solidify its position in the global market for premium TVs.” All told, LG has unveiled ten new AI-enabled OLED TV models for 2018 at a launch event in Seoul, South Korea on March 5, 2018. Continue reading LG Brings ThinQ Artificial Intelligence To Its 2018 Super UHD TV Lineup
One thing that will never not appeared in a big electronic show like the CES is TV. There are abundance of them on the show floor at CES from companies big and small, but we are all ears for what Sony has to offer with its new A8F 4K HDR OLED TV with Acoustic Surface. It is not immediately clear that the official product name, A8F 4K HDR OLED TV, is also about sound – a department which not many TV has a reason to show off. But A8F has a lot to be proud about because, if it delivers as it has promised, you may very well never need a sound bar at all. Continue reading Sony A8F 4K HDR TV Is Loaded With Tech, Uses Its Screen To Produce Audio
Just as the world is still being enthralled by eye-watering 4K resolution TV, Sharp announces AQUOS 8K, the world’s first 8K-compatible TVs and displays. Holy mother of… 7,680 x 4,320 pixels! Imagine! And guess what? It is not even a prototype. It is already destined for four markets, namely, Japan, China, Taiwan, and EU, starting this October through to March 2018. Sharp said its 8K TVs will reproduce images “at ultimate reality” (whatever that means), with “ultra-fine details even the naked eye cannot capture.” Ermmm. May I ask, if so, then what’s the point of 8K? Continue reading Sharp Unveiled The World’s First 8K TV, But Do The World Really Need It?
Remember the crazy thin LG OLED TV, W7 we first saw in January? If you have been anticipating for the 77-inch variety’s arrival, well, it has now arrive in the U.S. The ginormous 77-inch class “wallpaper” LG Signature OLED TV W (77W7) was launched at Video and Audio Center in Los Angeles yesterday (June 28) which also marked the TV’s official availability in the U.S. And how much are you looking at? A whopping $19,999 is what LG’s asking in exchange for this mind-boggling thin, super sized TV set. 20 f@*king grand! Imagine that. Continue reading 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV W Goes On Sale In The U.S. For A Cool $20K
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!
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
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
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
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+
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