We got up close with Panasonic's flagship 4K UHD TV for 2015, the CX850 and it is a real looker. Check it out yourself in our eyes-on video.
The show floor at CES 2015 finally opened up today, and we spent the entire time staring down the best TVs all the major manufacturers had to offer. Sony, Samsung, Sharp, LG, and Panasonic all had something special to show, and we were sure to give them all…
Despite its recent troubles, Sony came to CES 2015 swinging with new announcements, including a 4K TV that's thinner than a smartphone, and an agreement with Netflix that will see high-quality 4K content flowing forth in the near future.
Samsung has bolstered its 4K UHD TV lineup for 2015 with a new SUHD series, featuring quantum dots, an overhauled smart TV interface, and new aesthetic designs.
Panasonic has revealed a simple, yet elegant new 4K TV at CES 2015, featuring quantum dots for 10-bit color and high dynamic range.
Samsung is switching its smart TV platform to one that runs on Tizen, a relatively new OS that has struggled to gain traction in mobile devices and wearables. Samsung hopes this move may help hasten Tizen app development and adoption.
From 4K everything to cheaper OLEDs and wireless home theaters, 2015 stands to be a very exciting year in home entertainment.
If you haven't already heard, there's a whole new kind of TV hitting store shelves. It's not another sales gimmick, it's a whole new standard. In this video e explain 4K Ultra High Definition in simple terms so anyone can understand.
The Triton One deliver sound quality that is unparalleled in the under-$5,000 segment. That they only cost $2,500 is something of a minor miracle in engineering.
If you’ve been waiting for the holidays to splurge on a new TV, we say: smart move. Television prices plummet around this time of year, and it’s the perfect time to get a great deal. To arm you with information so that you can get the best TV for you…
Sony, LG and TCL have embraced quantum dots as the next evolution of LCD technology. But how do they work, and how do they improve your TV’s picture quality?