Roku players come in all different shapes and sizes, from the compact size of the Roku Streaming Stick+ to the Roku Premiere and Ultra. But recently, Roku has partnered with TV manufacturers such as Sanyo, Sharp, Hisense and TCL.
Vizio has announced that their 2018 P-Series lineup of 4K TVs are now available for purchase.
Funai Corporation Inc, the company who owns the North American license for Sanyo has announced their first Roku-powered TVs will soon be available in Canada.
Amazon and Best Buy have announced a partnership that would allow Best Buy to sell Fire TV Edition smart TVs to customers in Canada and the US.
When it comes to 4K TVs, there are a few brands that come to mind, such as LG, Sony, Vizio. One of which is Samsung, I’ve been testing one of Samsung’s QLED TVs (QN55Q8CAMFXZC) that they introduced last year and it’s easily one of the best 4K TVs I’ve tested.
LG Electronics Canada has revealed their premium lineup of TVs for 2018. Their OLED and Super UHD TVs will include the company’s ThinQ AI platform and α (Alpha) processors.
Samsung has just announced details about their 2018 television lineup, some of which include Bixby, better picture quality, and new smart functionality.
Panasonic had a couple of announcements to make at their CES 2018 press conference, including some Ultra HD Blu-ray players, OLED TVs and the Lumix DC-GH5S.
LG has announced that their 2018 OLED and Super UHD TVs will be powered by the company’s ThinQ platform and the Alpha 9 processor.