Frames aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, and now that manufacturers have a better grasp on TV panels, it’s time to do what we can to give you as much picture as possible, as evident in Soniq’s borderless telly.
If a TV doesn’t have a smart interface, it’s missing out on the web, and if it doesn’t have 3D, it’s missing out on a movie experience. Teac, however, would like people to know its new TVs have no problem having both.
Australia’s popular e-tailer Kogan seems intent on getting every gadget in its price comparison targets, moving past phones, tablets, and TVs, and bringing a cost cutting 3D printer.
Printing pretty pictures on paper may have been the thing to do ten or twenty years ago, but this year, Australians can move the power of printing to the third dimension, and Officeworks has the goods to prove it.
Remember when printers were expensive? I recall a time when you had to spend thousands of dollars just to get something that would print a few lines of text, and later on a photo. Now that sort of money can be spent on something that prints a tangible object, and Adobe is helping out on the software side of things.
Light-field camera technology has been shown to do some pretty impressive things, like refocus an image after it’s taken, but imagine being able to see these photos in 3D.
Sony has held a neato event this week, giving journos not fortunate enough to head overseas in Germany the opportunity to play with products heading to stores later this year, and wow, some of them were awesome.
Australia is getting ready for an invasion of organic light emitting diodes, as TV manufacturers get set for plasma's replacement for true to life colour to hit stores. Samsung showed its hand a couple of weeks ago, and now we have LG ready to show its wares.
You might think that 4K Ultra Definition TVs are all the rage, but the magic of Full HD hasn't been tapped out yet, as seen by a new range of TVs launching in Australia. Yes, OLED is finally here, people, and it won't cost as much as you think.
As much as we like gaming in 3D, really, it's not everyone's cup of tea, and we can see that there would be quite a few parents not keen on the whole idea. Fortunately Nintendo has been listening, and has found a way to take the 3D out of the 3DS.
When Sony and LG let the news out that 4K TVs would be arriving, you probably thought you wouldn't be able to afford them, what with pricing over the $10,000 mark. Good thing that Sony's recently announced smaller 4K TVs have prices within reach of anyone else looking for a flagship.
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."
We're pretty sure we speak for all TV fanatics out there, but finally - freakin' finally - OLED is becoming a reality, with LG announcing that it will be bringing that mystical technology to Australia, and a few more 4K TVs, too.
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 TVs of 2013 might be touting OLED technology or some of those uber-high Ultra High Def resolutions, but this year seems to be all about value projectors, with Acer chiming in with two models that sit under a grand.
One of these days, when we have the time to turn a spare room into a home theatre, we're getting a projector, and with falling prices in this department, it's nice to know that Full HD can now be had for just under a thousand.