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.
Good news for 4K tv owners… Amazon is releasing a new version of its Fire TV that streams the eye-popping video from the likes of Amazon Video and Netflix. The new box also supports 802.11ac for better long-range performance, has 75% more processing power and a GPU that’s twice as fast. Amazon also integrated its Alexa voice assistant into the Fire TV remote.
Apple TV has been redesigned for the future of television & Tim Cook explained today that the future is apps. The new system offers Siri-powered voice control, a glass-screen touchpad remote, and an all-new operating system called tvOs that makes it easy for developers to create new, app-based content.
Sony’s new ultra-thin 55, 65 and 75-inch Android-powered 4K TVs are so skinny you can almost see their skeleton. At a mind-warping 4.9mm thin, they are about the same thickness as your iPhone 6. The 3840×2160 display is backed by the new 4K Processor X1, improving color, clarity, and contrast for 4K content. Available in Spring 2015
The term is “one-upping” and that’s what Sharp has done with their just-released 80-inch Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV. The spec. sheet says 66 million subpixels, which is 42 million more pixels than the standard 4K Ultra with a near-8K resolution.
Jam this little unit in your TV’s HDMI port and you’ll have instant access to all your favorite subscription & streaming services in Amazon’s arsenal plus Netflix of course. Over 200K titles and counting plus 4X the storage and 2X the memory of Chromecast.
The real Android TV has arrived. The Nexus Player is a small, set-top box that lets you play all your favorite TV shows plus all your Android games. With 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, the Asus-built box is the first device with Google’s new Android TV operating system on board and apps are already available through Google Play, Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube and Vevo.