The T-Box might not be the only TV inspired gadget Telstra has, as the company announces a partnership with Roku to build a tiny hub for Aussies to stream television through.
At $2,199 for an ultra high definition, curved, 55 inch TV, there’s value for money in what TCL brings to the table.
Soundbars can be great solutions for the home theatre, as they provide a lot of sound in slimline package, but what if you don’t need all of the sound they offer at the same time?
One thing we love about music in the modern era is the lack of cords. Focal is getting in on the fun, and has a pair of Bluetooth speakers ready to go that are a little bigger than the regular Bluetooth boxes we see.
Can LG’s 55 inch 4K OLED TV be called the summit of the TV making craft? It just might, it just might.
A TV that is thinner than pretty much every smartphone available in Australia? Sign us up, because it’s time to check out Sony’s 4.9mm thick X9000.
It’s the middle of the year, and by now the TV manufacturers should have their wares in stores for you to buy, and for us to review. Sony appears to be last, though, but is finally showing off one impressive little TV.
When you need better sound, you can always rely on a portable speaker, but Harman/Kardon’s Esquire Mini doesn’t just provide a decent sound, it packs in a useful battery, too.
LG is one of the only companies selling OLED TVs, televisions with panels that are semi-organic in nature and produce real blacks and vibrant colours, and from this week, they’re even 4K ready.
Tall speakers are no longer the be-all end-all for sound in a home environment, and now that many of us are have to deal with small living rooms, the soundbar makes more sense. Dali’s take on that, though, is a touch more colourful than we’re used to seeing.