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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.
LG’s top-of-the-line home theatre solution is big on style – and doesn’t shirk on functionality either – while, of course, remaining a solution for those who don’t want to go down the component route.
A front-projector with the lot, LG’s HECTO packs in a screen, short-throw unit, Blu-ray player, and a 25,000 lamp life for around $9,000. Can it meet our expectations?
Smart TVs are all about the smart interaction, but they also tend to come with a feature that isn’t as talked about: live TV recording. This feature is nifty because it can be used to reduce your reliance on a PVR, but what do you do about storing your programs?
Ruslan Kogan appears to be attempting tick every box he can to get people to buy a new TV with the unveiling of a new model that is not only inexpensive, but packs in some very interesting features that is apparently a “world first.”
In 2012 Samsung introduced a host of new features to its Smart TV line-up, some content and network related, some to provide greater interactivity and control, and in some models, one that fights obsolescence. This year that last feature has been retained, while the others have been significantly enhanced and improved, including the addition of increased support for cloud services.
With a big fanfare, Samsung has launched one of its biggest line-ups yet, covering Smart TVs, not-so-smart TVs, devices that can upgrade last year’s TV, and even a TV that features the astonishingly massive 4K Ultra-High Definition screen size.
The BIG question: projector or TV? So, you want an eye-stretching screen for watching those fine Blu-ray movies, and for sinking yourself into those great …
Televisions are getting ever cheaper, and Soniq is proving that this week, with the launch of a 40 inch Full HD LED-backlit TV packing in PVR, Android, and digital TV support for not much over $450.
The GadgetGuy guide to the TV broadcasts, apps, internet streams, radio transmissions and online feeds that will deliver all the drama of the London 2012 Olympic Games, plus the gear that allows you to enjoy it at home, on the road and at work.