Since announcing their UHD line up of 4K tv’s last year, Samsung has had the world waiting to see something solid to come the market both on the hardware and content side. This year at CES we have what we’ve been waiting for, S-UHD. Super Ultra High Definition is the future of cinema realistic displays.
We all love a good thin display, but Sony has really stepped it up this year for CES with it’s incredibly thin, up to 75″ 4K TV. The skinny super star XBR X900C is powered by Sony’s new X1 processor which generates 4K with great colors and awesome clarity and an accurate contrast.
Cable and satellite companies are currently offering whole-home solutions. But what if you don’t have cable or satellite, how do you get the same experience? Enter Tablo. Tablo is a neat little box that receives free Over The Air (OTA) TV transmissions, relays data over your existing home network, and is accessible from pretty much any device you own.
LG has plans to move far and beyond and it has only recently made an announcement that only one month later it will be revealing a 105-inch form at the CES. However, this one here is going to come with a little twist; it makes use of an LCD rather than the OLED which is far more costly. This is all the courtesy of the enhanced TFT technology which provides for an even back lighting all across the curved surface.
Let us take you out of fool’s paradise here if you had a doubt in mind that 4K HDTV would be commonly seen around in the matter of months. Well let us surprise you here, following the footsteps of Samsung and SONY, LG has introduced a range of 4K HDTV of its own. LG Electronics’ latest ultra HD TV series (model: LA9700) which come in variants of 65 and 55 inch screen sizes have been put down for sale for the first time in US this week. LG claims that these are the first Ultra HD sets in these sizes with full “backlit LED screens”.
Intel will now be headed by a new CEO who aims to make new strategic plans for the company. Brian Krzanich, who took over as a chief executive in May, believes that Intel has a great user interface and the fact that its compression-decompression technology is outstanding. He mentioned during an interview with Reuters at Intel headquarters that he is thinking about to accelerate the roll-out of chips for smart phones, tablets and wearable devices as consumers take a leap away from personal computers.
Yes, the waiting gets over and the words are about to take a picture. LG in April announced that it will soon be launching its 55 inch curved OLED 3D TV. Now it seems the time has come. According to the press release shipments of 15 million display panels will start off in a couple of days. The model that is just ready to take your breath away is the LG’s EA9800 curved OLED.
Watching television, which used to be our guilty pleasure, is now being surpassed by mobile media. Because this is such an integral part of our society, it is only right that we better understand how and why it is so popular. Check out this infographic to learn more interesting information about the growing adoption of mobile media.
Older readers may remember a television maker called Admiral. It was started 43 years ago as Admiral Overseas Corporation in Taiwan, but has evolved through time. It switched wholly to monitor production in the 1980s, but reintroduced televisions to its lineup in 2005. While AOC is not quite a household name these days, it’s very likely that most readers have used a device manufactured by AOC’s manufacturer. AOC is the brand of the factory, TPV Technology Limited, the largest display manufacturer in the world. AOC’s products are available in several stores, including RadioShack, K-Mart, Sears, Costco, Staples, and more. AOC showed many products at CES this year, including new computer displays, new televisions, and a line of all-in-one PCs.