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We’ve said all year that 2014 would be the year that 55 inch TVs became the average size for people, leading last year’s push on 47 inches, and with prices dropping, we can see why. JB HiFi’s house brand Soniq seems to be leading this charge, with a 55 inch falling to $699.
So you’ve heard about Ultra HD, bringing a higher resolution with a greater degree of detail to your living room, and then there’s that whole curved thing which lets you see more at once. Both of these seem great for the TV, but what about your PC?
Telstra appears to be playing catch up with its catch-up TV services, as SBS rolls out its “On Demand” app to T-Box customers across the country.
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The content may still be lacking, but 4K TVs are getting easier to find, and now that Kogan is entering the Ultra HD world, it’s time for one of Kogan’s cost-cutting competitors to do the same, with an 84 inch model inbound.
If you can’t work out why you’d need the 4K resolution but don’t want to miss out on the extra colour that Ultra High Definition TVs bring, Sharp has a couple of new TVs coming.
This year, Apple really does have its work cut out for it when it comes to making a product that can beat what’s out this year, but what if you want something now: what’s the best Android for your money?
Because it’s the new “big” thing in displays, Ultra HD isn’t cheap, carrying a bigger than normal price tag for TVs and monitors, but Sharp’s 32 inch 4K screen takes this to a whole new level.
LG has long been trying to be the leader of the smartphone race, and in its 2014 flagship, it just might have the edge to beat the others, with one of the sharpest screens in the world and a smattering of other cool features. Is this the best phone yet?
If there was one thing I wish I had more time for, it would be seeing concerts. There’s just not enough time or money to see every band, but then there’s the internet, and the ability to stream gigs for free.