Equipped with an imaging technology called Cognitive Intelligence, Sony’s new 4K Bravia XR LED TVs are designed to understand the way our eyes see, and our ears hear, to present a more human perspective on the screen. This technology is like AI on turbo, allowing it to cross-analyze every element & balance it all for a viewing experience that’s closer to the real world. Available in a range of sizes & picture-quality options.
Samsung’s The Frame designer flatscreen TV will blend stylishly into your space with this new mounting accessory called My Shelf. As its name makes clear, it is a wall-mounted shelf for your TV that allows you to create a custom look in your home or office. Compatible with the 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch models, it will compliment your decor in your choice of beige, white, brown, and black.
You’ll have to renovate your home—maybe blow out the whole floor—but it could all be worth it. C-Seed’s M1 is a world first. A foldable 165-inch MicroLED TV designed to gently accordion up & retract flush back into the floor of your batcave. Along with the dense blacks and prickling color delivered by the M1’s microLED technology this new flat panel display also offers better contrast, response times, and energy efficiency. At 165” it offers dramatic & cinematic viewing with the press of a button.
Samsung will arrive at CES this week with a spate of new technologies to show-off in their latest & greatest TVs. Among them, QLED, a quantum display technology that promises to bring unrivaled clarity & color to their top-end 8K models. These premium displays also offer solar-powered remotes, integration of its Samsung Health Smart Trainer system for seamless on-screen workouts, and Game Bar, to quickly toggle to the proper aspect ratio for your gaming systems.
Unlike conventional displays, Samsung’s next-generation MicroLED technology uses micrometer-sized LED lights which eliminate the need for backlight and color filters. The result is 4K as it was meant to be, with the blackest blacks & killer contrast, plus a longer life than standard OLED. Samsung is debuting the new tech in a massive 110-inch 4K model that offers a borderless 99.99% screen & integrated 5.1 channel audio. Available early 2021.
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The Prima Projector is about the size of an iPhone and projects a display up to 200-inches. It gives you 1080p HD video, Hi-Fi speakers, WiFi and Bluetooth, Netflix and Google Play, and much more. With universal compatibility, instant screen mirroring, and seamless casting, you can create a cinematic experience anytime, anywhere.
Measuring in at 48-inches, the Beovision Contour is Bang & Olufsen’s smallest OLED TV, bringing the brand’s incredible picture quality to smaller spaces. In addition to A-grade visuals: a total of 11 power amps drive the range of bass, mid, and tweeter speakers that deliver Dolby Atmos sound. It offers built-in Chromecast, Apple AirPlay 2, and Bluetooth for wireless sources plus streaming via built-in Deezer & TuneIn also built-in.
The Samsung Smart Monitor combines a Tizen-powered smart TV with built-in wi-fi and PC functionality to offer all-in-one versatility. In addition to WiFi, the Smart monitor offers Bluetooth and wireless DeX connectivity with compatible Samsung smartphones. The new Smart monitors are also AirPlay 2 compatible, allowing users to share content from all AirPlay devices. With Samsung’s Hub app, users can stream direct from Netflix, HBO, and YouTube.
The Polaris 4K Laser TV is an ultra-short-throw laser projector that produces native 4K UHD resolution using tri-color laser technology to deliver stunning imagery and an immersive viewing experience. With 2500 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and HDR 10 support, it delivers. Fine details, realistic colors, and deep blacks. Image size goes up to 200”. A funded Indiegogo.
As the red-hot arrival of Playstation 5 draws near, Sony is launching a new range of Bravia TVs that come “Playstation 5 Ready:” The XH90 offers 4K clarity at 120 fps and the ZH8 sharpens it up to 8K output. Both are driven by X1 processors which reproduce more colors than a conventional TV. They boast Sony’s super-bright Full Array LED technology & Acoustic Multi-Audio to deliver next-level surround. In Game Mode users can automatically play games on the PS5 console with low latency & control both devices from the wireless game controller. Due out for the holidays.
With the launch of the Beovision Harmony 88-inch 8K TV, Bang & Olufsen raises the bar in home cinema. It is the world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED TV and the largest OLED screen ever created by LG. The 8K ZX display is driven by a new α (Alpha) 9 Gen 3 AI Processor, for flawless picture quality as well as enabling a host of specialized features for various content types. Audio comes through a pre-installed three-channel sound system and built-in dual subwoofer. Also compatible with Bang & Olufsen’s family of speakers.
Loaded with all the high-end tech found in its best QLED TVs, Samsung’s outdoor-equipped Terrace TV delivers the goods with Quantum HDR, direct full array 16X local dimming, Quantum Dot color, and AI-powered 4K upscaling. Boasting 2,000+ nits of brightness, the picture will definitely pop—even in direct sun, and its IP55 water and dust resistance rating make it patio-proof.
Designed with movie fans in mind, Panasonic’s new HZ2000 is the world’s first OLED TV to support both Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker Mode as well as most HDR formats and Dolby Atmos audio. The good stuff. To ensure colors and blacks were also up to cinematic standards, Panasonic recruited renowned Hollywood colorist Stefan Sonnenfeld to calibrate the new TV.
Just unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Vegas, Samsung’s Q950TS is an ultra-thin 8K TV with a bezel-free QLED screen that stretches to the very edge of its slim form factor. The design eliminates the black edge seen on most screens, allowing viewers to see 99% of the picture as opposed to the standard 95%. It also features a FALD backlight for peak brightness. When 8K content actually exists, this will be the screen to see it on.
The Ilumee Ultra Short-Throw LED Projector has the world’s shortest throw rate, giving you a 4K ultra high definition image up to a huge 150-inches. From a distance of just 4.3 inches away, you can get a super-sharp 100-inch display. It delivers 4K in HDR quality, 100% Color Light output, and features 5.1 surround sound, full connectivity via USB, HDMI, WiFi & Ethernet, & Android compatibility. A funded Kickstarter.
The Nebula Cosmos Max is the world’s first 4K home cinema projector with 3D Audio. It creates a stunning large-scale 4K UHD picture at sizes up to 150” for dramatic viewing indoors & out. With its bright 1500 lumen display, Texas Instruments’ DLP technology, and HDR10, it delivers vibrant color & the deepest blacks. Cinematic sound comes by way of advanced 3D Audio featuring Dolby Digital Plus and a built-in DSP, for 360° of ground-breaking audio.
A 790-inch 16K HDTV with a price tag over 5 million bucks. Not just epic clickbait, this is an actual product from Sony. The brand’s Crystal LED technology has been scaled up to offer a home viewing experience like you read about on product websites: extraordinary clarity, sumptuous color and an unprecedented 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio for immersive realism beyond all you imagined.
LG’s absolutely massive SIGNATURE Z9 88-inch 8K OLED TV is the future of television technology & it’s available now if you have the cash. The wall-size display delivers stunning image quality, with 4X more pixels than a 4K display. It also features support for HDMI 2.1 Apple AirPlay 2, & HomeKit. Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa will be built-in for select markets.
Despite the perfect picture, most OLED TVs deliver lackluster audio. A new company called Canvas aims to fix this with their new 3-D hi-fi audio system. Like an oversized sound bar, the Canvas acts as a stand for your flat panel LG OLED TV and features a 4-channel HiFi-grade amplifier with 200W output plus it boasts 30 liters of acoustic volume, much more than other soundbar + subwoofer systems. Available for pre-order now.
In the race for the ultimate gaming display, Alienware’s 55 OLED Gaming Monitor has just pulled away from the pack. It’s a 55-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate plus support for Radeon’s FreeSync technology resulting in smoother, stutter-free gaming. Port array includes a single DisplayPort 1.2, three HDMI 2.0 ports, four USB, 1 headphone, and a SPDIF audio line-out. Available 9/30.