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Computers are sure getting smaller, and while the Raspberry Pi shrinks the Linux box into a $25 small silicone business card (without a case), Intel is taking a different approach making Windows for TVs.
We’ve seen Samsung’s take on new TVs, and now it’s time to see what Sony has in store for the world, as it improves 4K processing and thinks thin for its 2015 slate.
We’ve seen improvement upon improvement every year in the home entertainment field, and this year, Samsung isn’t stopping, delivering a new technology to its big screens that it hopes will deliver the best entertainment experience you can have.
A curved, glass fronted harbour-side apartment with reach-out-and-touch views of Sydney’s Opera House and Harbour Bridge is a fitting location for a $9,999 TV, the likes of LG’s 65-inch curved 65EC970T, the first to combine UHD resolution with OLED display technology.
If gaming’s not your thing, and yet you still own a PlayStation 4, you’ll be pleased to know that Sony’s next-gen console is now equipped to deal with more streaming television.
Just when you thought TVs couldn’t get any better, a new type of technology shows up to make them even more vivid and detailed.
We’ve seen Ultra HD TVs for over a year now, and while they don’t exactly have the take-up of regular Full HD tellies, they’re growing. We just need the content, so when is that happening exactly?
The biggest problem owners of Ultra HD TVs have right now is the lack of content. There is pretty much an absence of 4K media in Australia at the moment, but if you’re thinking of buying a Sony UHD TV, you’ll have one on the rest of us.