WatchAir is a smart antenna that instead of sending the signal directly to your TV, uses your Wi-Fi router to send the signal to its apps. So it not only receives your HDTV signal over the air, but also allows wireless streaming of local TV directly to your smart phone, tablet, streaming box/stick, PC and Smart TV. And it does this all wirelessly & fee-free.
The BeoVision 14 is a fully connected 4K Ultra HD LED TV featuring app-integration and a bigger, more immersive sound than most standalone speaker systems. Its square shape is balanced by an exchangeable speaker cover featuring a unique oak wood option or several other customizable colors. The screen is made of anti-reflection coated glass. 40” & 55” sizes will be offered when it is released in December of this year.
Sony is stepping squarely into the high-end TV market with the release of their Z Series 4K HDR Ultra HD line. HDR is High Dynamic Range, which means hyper-realistic, deeper blacks and super high contrast—this is achieved with Sony’s Backlight Master Drive Technology, which, Sony says, takes the 4K Ultra HD experience a step further into the future. 65, 75 and 100-inch models will be available.
IMAX Private Theater brings the immersive IMAX entertainment system into your home. They offer turnkey plans at various levels for 6-to-40 seat home theaters, all offering 24/7 remote monitoring support & the highest grade visual, audio & interface components. The systems include everything: 4K projectors, floor-to-ceiling screens, and leather seating.
To create the stunning 4K UHD Serif TV, Samsung teamed up with French design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Built to stand alone without the need of a TV stand or table beneath it, the set offers incredible picture quality, web browsing, TV to Mobile/Mobile to TV Monitoring, and Dolby sound.
This smart LED projector turns any surface into a screen up to 300-inches in size & delivers a bright 3D viewing experience. It also has built-in Harman Kardon stereo sound quality and wireless video streaming from your Android devices.
Winner of a 2016 CES Innovation award, the forthcoming G6 Signature OLED 4K Smart TV from LG delivers perfect blacks & infinite contrast, an expanded color pallette for hyper-real colors, & HDR Pro technology for next-level picture detail. All of it is displayed on a super-thin glass mounted screen. Available in a variety of sizes.
The new 120-inch 4K TV from Vizio isn’t just another oversized boob-tube. It’s the first 4K TV with built-in decoders for Dolby Vision-mastered content. It is ultra-bright with 384 local dimming zones for eye-melting contrast & color. Unless you have to take the roof off your house to fit this into the living room, the $130K price tag seems like a screaming deal. Or opt for the relatively tiny 65″ set for $6k.
The Roku 4 has some cool new features like adaptive resolution optimization for streaming 4K content to your UltraHD TV. It gives you 2,500+ channels on-demand & offers access to 300,000+ movies and TV episodes. It also features a lost remote finder function, voice-controlled search and more.
TiVo’s new BOLT set-top box delivers 4K streaming to your Ultra HDTV from Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, and more. Features like SkipMode allow you to skim past advertising & QuickMode playback makes for faster real-time viewing. It is offered in a 500-gig & 1-TB model.