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With rumors circulating, the new Apple TV 4K (which will be available in 32GB and 64GB models) was announced today via live stream, and its features seem to live up to the hype. Powered by the new A10X...
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A trifecta of HDR compatibility—HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma)—joins the benefits of OLED technology and smart TV features in LG’s new B7A-series. Available in 55" and 65" sizes...
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Enjoy your favorite TV shows and streaming services, plus professional and personal digital images with this new TV series from Samsung, simply called “The Frame.” Available in 55 and 65...
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I’ll begin this review with a disclaimer. I am a Millennial. Born in 1981, I’m an old Millennial, but they tell me that’s the year they started, so a Millennial nonetheless. When I’m not eating avocado toast instead of buying a home, killing the wine industry, hotels, the movie business, golf (sorry?), the 9 to 5 work week (you’re welcome), marriage, and unnecessarily exhaustive example listing,...
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The new SoundLink Bluetooth speakers from Bose® are coming, and they’re bringing a new 360º design with them. The SoundLink Revolve is available in Triple Black and...
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The new line of NEC ME-series projectors is here, offering many options for multimedia presentation. The line consists of eight models in total; the NP-ME301 offers 3000 lumens of brightness, the ...
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After years of R&D, Sony has finally released its line of consumer OLED TVs in the US. Details were scarce at the original announcement at CES, but we now know that the A1E-series, offered in 55 and 65"...
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Wireless audio pioneer Sonos has unveiled its PLAYBASE speaker base, which brings high-quality sound to your TV. The base supports TVs weighing up to 77 lb and features six midrange drivers, three tweeters, and a woofer, each of which is powered by individual class-D digital amplifiers. Since it...
8 months ago
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The upcoming release of NVIDIA’s push into the home automation market comes in the form of a very small accessory: the NVIDIA Spot. Announced at CES, this compact device enables voice-activated control over your connected home setup. What it lacks in size, it makes up for in functionality. Powered by Google Assistant, Spot features a built-in microphone with far-field processing and echo...

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As TVs get thinner, it becomes harder and harder to equip them with good speakers. In this video, we check out Sony’s new Bravia OLED, the company’s first 4K OLED, which turns its entire panel into one large speaker. We also hear about new LCD TVs, the CLEDIS modular display, and coding for kids. 

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One of the top trends of CES 2017 is smart-home technology. In this video, we take a first look at some of the best gadgets in home automation, including MySmartBlinds, ShadeCraft, Kevo, and more.
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Beoplay just announced its new M5 speakers, and what we’ve heard sounds good so far! Available in black and what Beoplay refers to as “natural,” the M5 speakers feature...

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CES 2017 is awash in the glow of magnificent TV displays, with innovative models that are brighter and thinner than ever. Our top picks include Sony’s first consumer OLED 4K HDR display, the Bravia XBR A1E; Sony’s new 4K short throw projector, the VPL-VZ1000ES; the incredibly thin Xiaomi MI TV 4; Samsung’s extremely bright QLED TV for extraordinary HDR images; and the HD10 from Hisense, an...
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AT CES, Sony recently announced its new A1E-series OLED TV, which features an HDR-compatible UHD panel with the Android TV OS built-in for smart TV functionality. Physically, the TV is designed with a virtually invisible stand and speaker; while I couldn’t pinpoint the speakers in the available images, the stand extends directly from the back of the TV, similar to a photo frame. The stand also...
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Ahead of the official start of CES this week, Samsung unveiled its new QLED 4K product line, which is being touted as having a “remarkable picture, the deepest black levels, and most of all, pure and rich colors, thanks to our new Quantum Dot technology,” according to Samsung’s President of the Visual Display Business, Hyun Suk Kim. The Q9-, Q8-, and Q7-series seem poised to challenge the OLED...

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