If the past two years aren’t an indication, then let it be said now: 4K is here to stay, and while we’ve seen LG and Samsung show their Ultra HD wares, now its time for Panasonic to dish the goss and reveal what it has in store for Australia in 2015.
Ultra High Definition content is next to impossible to find in this country, but Blu-ray could well be the saviour, with a new Blu-ray disc on the way.
GoPro may dominate the world of action cameras, but navigation and GPS powerhouse TomTom wants to change that, and is bringing its expertise to the world of sport capture.
Every year, televisions get better, and this year, the important technology is quantum dot, also known as nano-crystals, but how does this actually look, and will it make your content shine? We're going hands-on with Samsung’s cream of the crop to find out.
Picking a TV this year is going to be particularly interesting for consumers looking to plonk money down on a new purchase, and with Samsung showing its might in LCD development, the choice between OLED and LCD is now harder than ever.
TV buyers in 2015 don’t just have to contend with Ultra HD TVs, with an extra “S” being added to Samsung’s range promising stronger colours through nano-crystal technology.
A new compact mirrorless shooter is on the way for people who like small sizes and large output, with Nikon’s J5, a tiny camera that can capture 4K videos.
Sony showed us what it had in store for the action camera market earlier in the year, but someone has been playing with the cameras for even longer, as professional skateboarder Tony Hawk details what life is like shot through a Sony 4K Action Cam.
Family captures and enthusiast movie makers may have a new outlet to explore when it comes to creative story telling, as Panasonic introduces a 4K video camera that can capture a second camera angle that the camera’s lens isn’t being pointed at.
Like big camera sensor but not necessarily a big camera body? No worries, because Samsung looks set to shrink its big NX1 into something smaller this year, taking the heart of that camera and plonking it into a compact body.
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.
Aside for a new year, 2015 also heralds the introduction of more companies using Intel’s new 5th generation Core processors, and managing to make their laptops even thinner than before. Dell is chiming in with its own, ready for action with lighter and slimmer machines for 2015.
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.
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?
TV and movie watchers keen to watch their programs the way they want to will soon get their chance, because Netflix is finally coming to Australia.