Need to connect a laptop to a TV? Maybe you want a bigger screen for watching movies, surfing the web, or making presentations, and here’s how you can do it.
Back in 2019, Samsung took the wraps off their new Sero TV. While we’ve seen Samsung come up with some truly creative TV designs, what made the Sero so special is that it is a rotating TV. This means that the TV can be rotated horizontally or vertically depending on your needs, versus the majority of TV designs which are usually in landscape mode.
TVs were mostly designed for indoor use, but we get it, sometimes it can be nice to have a BBQ outdoors, have a pool party, and then watch some movies while enjoying the nice outdoors air. However, the problem with putting a TV outdoors is that you’re subjecting it to the elements, meaning that over time, it can get damaged.
Last year, LG announced that they would be bringing AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its 2019 smart TVs. However, the company stated that only its 2019 models (and presumably beyond) would be on the receiving end of those new features, which pretty much meant that its older models would not be getting it.
In the TV market, Samsung and LG are two of the more prominent makers of OLED televisions, but it looks like we can add yet another manufacture to the list in the form of Vizio. At CES 2020, the company announced that they will be adding OLED TVs to their lineup, where the 2020 lineup includes a variety of TVs ranging from low-end to higher-end OLEDs.
CES is around the corner and if you’re in the market for a new TV, LG has you covered. The company has announced that at the event, they will be showing off “real” 8K TVs. Given that 4K is more or less the current standard, launching 8K TVs is clearly aimed at consumers who wouldn’t mind futureproofing their purchases.
According to a report from a couple of days ago, it was suggested that Samsung could have a new TV in the works that they might debut at CES 2020 next week. While TVs aren’t new and their presence at CES is to be expected, what makes this TV particularly special is that it could be a bezel-less TV.
Every year, companies try to reduce the bezels on their TVs as much as possible. There are still bezels, but they’ve become so thin that they’ve become almost imperceptible. However, come CES 2020, Samsung might be turning the industry on its head where the company is rumored to launch a zero bezel TV.
CES 2020 will be taking place next week. This is an exciting time of the year because CES is easily the largest consumer electronics show in the year. Many companies usually take this opportunity to announce new products, show off prototypes that they’re working on, along with various concepts and ideas that they are working on. (photo courtesy of CTA)
TVs aren’t really devices that we change or upgrade frequently. However, it seems that if you largely rely on your smart TV to access apps like Netflix, then you might want to take note because if you own one of Samsung’s older smart TVs, come December, support for Netflix will be dropped.
Did you know that over time, OLED displays can cause burn-ins? In case you’re not familiar with the concept of burn-in displays, basically it happens when you leave images on your display that are static for prolonged periods of time. Eventually, that image will be “burned” into your display, so that even when new content is display, there will be a faint ghost of the previous image overlaid on top […]
Are you looking to buy yourself a brand new OLED TV? If you are, you can walk into pretty much any electronics retail store and check it out for yourself. However, do you really know what you’re buying? Sometimes all these tech jargons and marketing terms can be confusing for customers, but LG is hoping to clear that confusion up.
For a while now, OnePlus has been teasing that they were working on a smart TV. Given that OnePlus’ portfolio largely consists of smartphones, it was an indication that the company was looking to expand beyond just handsets. For those who are curious about the TV, you’ll be pleased to learn that the OnePlus TV has been officially announced.
Last month, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi launched a new TV. It came in the form of a 70-inch 4K smart TV which was priced roughly around the $500 mark. Given that we’ve seen smaller TVs from other brands priced much higher, it’s not surprising that the TV has since become quite a hit.