Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
Apple's iPhone 7 is due to be launched officially on Sept 7th along with a new Apple Watch and possibly a MacBook Pro.
4K Ultra HD technology isn’t new, but it hasn’t done much to win over new customers outside of the promise of “greater resolution”. Fortunately, a change is coming, with LG and Dolby at the forefront.
Google’s Glasses may not have been the success the search giant had hoped for, but the next generation of augmented reality tech may come from a company more known for printers.
Ever since it first arrived, OLED TVs have been impressing pretty much anyone lucky enough to sit in front of one, but they’ve always been curved. What if you prefer a flat TV?
So you think OLED might be the future of TVs, but you’re not down for that whole curved thing? No worries, because at a preview of what LG plans to show at IFA, the company has shown it’ll support both kind of television.
LG is one of the only companies selling OLED TVs, televisions with panels that are semi-organic in nature and produce real blacks and vibrant colours, and from this week, they’re even 4K ready.
As far as picture quality goes, there’s very little that competes with the organic light emitting diode. It’s not cheap, but this organic display component provides some of the strongest colours you’re likely to find on any TV, and now, you can find in a 4K TV.
Samsung may have shown its TV range for the year last week, but LG is ready this week with its line-up, showcasing a range of Full HD and 4K Ultra HD tellies, as well as a new webOS interface that aims to make things simple.
Organic light emitting diode-based TVs are getting cheaper. Not “I’ll just pop down to the store and buy one” cheap, but cheaper than they were when they were first released last year, with LG announcing another price drop for its first OLED TV.