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Deadpool 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review: This Is Detail

Chimichangas. (I’m told that’s a thing.) Deadpool is one of the first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs that you can buy, and it’s definitely the newest theatrical release that you can get hold of. As well as just being a good — if brutal — movie, it’s also one of the two 4K movies that you should go out and buy if you want to justify your big expensive 4K TV to your friends. Of course, if you already have one.


Hands On: Samsung UBD-K8500 Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player

High Dynamic Range continues to prove its importance as Samsung’s UBD-K8500 Ultra HD Blu-ray disc player lands on Australian shelves.

Panasonic jumped the gun recently in order to announce Australia’s first Ultra HD Blu-ray disc first player — I’ve already put the Panasonic player through its paces, but it won’t actually be on sale until September and judging by overseas pricing it’s likely to sell for at least $1000. Now Samsung has thrown its hat in the ring with a $599 player that hits the shelves this month.


4K Ultra HD Blu-Rays Are Already On Sale In Australia

Although you can’t buy a a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player just yet, you can buy the super-high-resolution discs that work in them. 20th Century Fox is the first movie publisher with 4K Blu-rays already in Australian stores, with six movies already available — and there are plenty more on the way.


Check Out The Difference Between 4K HDR Ultra HD And Blu-Ray

Video: This side-by-side comparison video of 4K HDR Ultra HD and Blu-Ray doesn’t show the true technological difference between the two (because things get lost in translation when it ends up as a video on YouTube). But it does illustrate how there is a visual difference between the two that goes beyond just more resolution. 4K TVs are often disregarded because we can’t appreciate the resolution unless the screen is much bigger than usual, but with 4K allowing for high dynamic range, Ultra HD movies can pack a much better colour punch.


LG's 2016 TVs: Everything Australians Need To Know

It’s that time of year where we see new TVs on electronics store shelves. LG is first out of the gates with its new screens, and they feature probably the biggest upgrade we’ve seen in quite a while. OLED and LED-backlit LCD TVs sit alongside each other in LG’s 2016 line-up, Ultra HD 4K is more important than ever, and Dolby is on board for some fascinating new HDR tech that optimises every single frame in a movie.


Go Sell Your Kidneys, Dell Has A 4K 30-Inch OLED Display

2016 might be the year of VR headsets and all, but some people still enjoy looking at regular screens. And the 30″, pro-level 4K OLED display Dell just announced looks like one hell of an upgrade.


The Future Of TV Is Beautifully Boring And That's A Good Thing

You could say that, historically, televisions are the star of CES. After all, it was at CES in 1998 that the world saw the first ever high-definition TVs. Plasma TVs debuted at CES in 2001, and OLEDs appeared in 2008. This year, however, everything was pretty damn boring. That’s not a bad thing.


Samsung (Almost) Killed The TV Bezel

Yesterday, Samsung is showed off its newest line of SUHD TVs. If you can believe it, they’re outrageously beautiful. They have got some performance improvements and new blah blah connectivity features, but what’s most striking is the way that Samsung’s creeping towards that platonic ideal of a bezel-less design: A television whose picture is hanging there in the air without any frame around it at all.


Capture Your Holiday Videos In Glorious 4K With Panasonic's New Compact Shooter

Instead of forcing your family to endure a gruelling slideshow of your holiday photos, Panasonic wants you to treat them to stunning 4K videos of your hotel room, random meals and various takeoffs with its new Lumix DMC-Zs100 — a compact shooter with a hefty one-inch sensor.


HP Goes Big With The New 15-Inch Spectre X360

One of our favourite Windows machines from last year was HP’s incredibly limber Spectre x360, a 13″ laptop that could backflip into a tablet if need be. Now, HP’s expanding on the idea, literally, with an all new 15″ Spectre just announced at CES in Las Vegas.


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