Over the past few weeks, the big four in TV screens announced their 2012 lineup. The common theme between them all appears to all about the smart apps and multitasking capabilities. And it seems that we’re yet to see the last of those 3D panels that we all love to hate. If you’re looking to upgrade your TV anytime soon, be sure to read up on what’s in store for the Australian market.
Panasonic’s New Australian TVs Include Multi-Tasking, Web Browsing, Home Streaming And More Movie Options
Panasonic launched its Australian 2012 Home Entertainment range today, including its first passive 3D LCD panel, TVs with lots of app functionality across Android and iOS and the announcement of both Telstra BigPond Movies and Quickflix Movies for this year’s crop, and selected 2011 TVs as well. More >> [imgclear]
At last night’s launch of its 2012 TV range, Samsung was at pains to promote its Smart TV offerings, which this year will include fitness apps, Foxtel and both talk and physical navigation options. More >>[imgclear]
At last night’s Samsung TV launch, the company announced that from 2012, selected TV models would be capable of being “upgraded” to match the next year’s features, for a $149 fee each year. Is that a case of brilliant future-proofing, or subscription TV buying? More >>[imgclear]
Samsung’s launching its Australian 2012 range of TVs tonight, and it has just announced that it’ll be bringing Foxtel to its new TVs in July, along with eight free Olympics channels. More >>[imgclear]
When Panasonic launched its Australian 2012 TV range, the talk was all about multi-tasking; when Samsung did so it was all about Smart TV and exclusive content. LG’s pitch to get you to buy a new telly this year is strongly tilted towards the quality of its 3D offerings. More >>[imgclear]
Sony’s slimmed down the number of televisions it’ll launch into the Australian market in 2012, with a focus on picture quality and smart TV — but not “games and gimmicks”. According to Sony, it’s all about the content. More >>[imgclear]