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Apple may have kickstarted the whole “Retina” high-resolution screen thing in computers with its MacBook Pro, but its desktop computers have never really shared the love. Until now, that is, as Apple’s iMac gets a dose of a Retina reality, and we wish it never had to leave.
If you still use a desktop, or rely on a monitor to make that laptop screen a little more usable, you’ve probably wondered how big you need the monitor to be, and while sizes jump from 18 inches to 32, Philips has one that is bigger than the lot of them.
GoPro can’t have all the fun, and this year, Sony is bringing the goodness of 4K Ultra HD to its own compact sporting camera, and a little more oomph to a 4K Handycam.
Ready for some news that has nothing to do with CES? Good, because Netflix is official, and it’s officially arriving in March.
Peripheral and accessory maker Griffin isn’t just sticking to making iPhone cases and exercise bits and bobs this year. Oh sure, it’s still doing those, but it’s also adding a few gadgets that could make your home sound a little brighter while keeping the cables sorted.
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.
In more good news for the future of OLED, LG says that manufacturing improvements have led to panel yield rates increasing dramatically. Translated, this should lead to price drops on OLED TVs over 2015.
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.
It wasn’t mentioned during the Samsung CES presser, but older TVs will be upgradeable, as Samsung confirms to us that the Evolution Kits will make an appearance in 2015.