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With increasingly stiff competition and the threat of 4K on the horizon, television manufacturers are throwing every idea and accessory into this year’s flagship models. But do bells and whistles make a TV worth nearly three grand? In the case of LG’s new paramount LED, the answer is a strong… maybe.
TCL just announced a new 50-inch Ultra HD LED television for $US1000. Holy wow, that is freaking cheap. Just a few months ago, we were blown away by Seiki’s 50-inch 4K that cost $US1500. How the hell are they making all of these beautiful, high-resolution panels so cheap?
Back at CES, we were floored by Samsung’s crazy/beautiful 55-inch curved OLED television. They were an eyegasm of light-emitting diodes with a subtle but enticing cinematic bend. Secretly, we never thought we’d ever see one in real life since they just reek of CES flashiness that never turns into real-life anything. We were so wrong.
With everyone racing to become the thinnest, slimmest thing in technology, LG just showed off how skinny it has gotten. Millimetres matter man! LG’s new 1080p HD display is perfect for giganto smartphones at 5.2 inches big and just 2.2mm thin. On top of that it only has a 2.3mm bezel, which makes it practically floating glass.
Westinghouse Digital’s “Digital Whiteboard” is an 84-inch UltraHD monster that runs Windows 8. It costs $15,000, so this is headed to the lecture halls and boardrooms of the world. Unless you’ve got dollar, you won’t see this beauty in your living room just yet, which is a shame, because using it is like touching the future.
A new generation of smartphones with Full High Definition 1920×1080 displays have arrived, the same as your living room HDTV, but with a 5-inch screen size — that is very impressive! But how good are these new displays, do you really need all of that sharpness and resolution, and will you be able to actually see the difference? Also, how do they compare with the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4? We’ll cover these issues and much more with in-depth comprehensive display tests and analysis that you will find nowhere else.
I hate everything, but I find this little projector to be the cutest and most adorable thing in the world. Projecteo is a miniature projector — about the size of a jar of Carmex — that transfers nine of your Instagram photos onto a single frame of 35mm Kodak film for you to then show your friends or whatever.