Back at CES 2019, TCL announced plans to release the first 8K Roku TV sets and now the company says their 8K TV will officially launch this year.
At CES 2020, Samsung has unveiled its latest QLED 8K TVs for 2020.
At CES 2020, Vizio has announced its updated lineup of 4K TVs for 2020 along with SmartCast 4.0 and an overhauled audio lineup.
As 2019 has come to a close, it’s time to look back at some of my favourite things, gadgets and so forth from the 2010s.
While 4K TVs are becoming more popular than ever, TV makers such as Samsung are looking ahead to the next screen resolution which is 8K.
LG has just released their 2019 TV lineup in Canada including their E9, C9, W9 OLEDs and NanoCell models.
Vizio has announced their update TV lineup for 2019 which come with a number of features including 4K HDR resolution, Active Full Array backlighting and AirPlay 2 support.
Hisense has recently announced their upcoming Android TV-powered ULED TV with the H8 Series and Q9 Series.
One of the surprise announcements of CES 2019 was that Apple and Samsung would be working together to bring an iTunes Movies & TV Shows app (now the Apple TV app) to Samsung Smart TVs and now it’s rolling out via a firmware update.
It was only a few short years ago when 4K TVs used to cost an arm and a leg to buy but now, they’ve come down in price, even for under $1,000. One of the most talked about 4K TVs is the TCL 6-Series Roku TV, they offer amazing picture quality for a great price.