If you've been looking for a low-cost 4K TV with HDR — and Dolby Vision HDR at that — TCL's new TV lineup might just hit your sweet spot. A 50-inch P-Series 4K LED TV with Dolby Vision HDR will sell for just $US500 ($681) when it launches in the US later this autumn.
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Earlier this year Roku announced a single new product, an excellent $US50 ($66) stick that was, for the most part, the only set-top box the average person would ever need. Now Roku is back with five new boxes meant to fill every possible user niche — from the person that still has a tube TV from 1995 to the person with a future-proof $1300 UHD set.
Do you own a set-top box that you love? That's great — keep loving it! Are you interested in seeing what all the fuss is about? Then consider the new $US50 ($64) Roku Streaming Stick. It's cheap and easy and versatile, and frankly, that's really what you should want.
The Roku Stick has always been a fantastic device. It's as small as a Chromecast, but doesn't require an entire additional phone/tablet/laptop to work. It just wedges Roku's excellent smart TV OS into a HDMI stick, which is just a tad big three times as large as a thumb drive.
Earlier this year, YouTube rolled out 360-degree videos. Like magic, they let you peer around in any direction from within the video. Now, one company is taking that futuristic video-viewing from your computer — and bringing it to your much bigger TV screen.
I turn 30 this month, and it feels like I am one of the few people my age who watches pay TV and is willing to pay for it. Truth is, I hate watching shows on my computer — or worse, my phone. Give me new episodes in real-time, on a real TV. I know I'm on the wrong side of history, but I also know I'm not the only one.