Buying a new TV is not something we should take lightly. Usually it usually represents an important expense for the domestic economy and the device, as a rule, will have to last a few years maintaining its functionality. A couple of decades ago this last point was not very problematic, since the technological changes produced each year were minimal.
However, at present, every few months we are witnessing new advances that make the wonders previously announced obsolete. How to buy a TV that is not outdated in a short time? What do I have to fix? What characteristics does it have to have for me to last a few years?
These are difficult questions to answer given the tremendous changes in services and features, especially now that we are at the turning point of various technologies. However, we can reflect on several key aspects that we must consider well before commissioning our new model. » Read more
We have already seen over the last two years how some television manufacturers traditionally linked to the Asian market want to make the leap to the West to settle permanently in the United States and Europe. TCL is one of these companies that have clearly shown their interest in our market by offering very competitive prices and large models that would normally be far from the average consumer. » Read more
At the Philips 901F we met in September, then we learned that it was going to be the first OLED TV of the firm, and that would come very well armed: the operating system chosen for the occasion would be Android TV, and they would not forget a Of the star characteristics of the house, the Ambilight lighting system (on three levels).
The ingredients are very interesting, promising, as we expand a few lines later, but what is news today is that it goes on sale in less than two months – at the end comes later than expected. » Read more
The big technological revolution in televisions last year were nanocrystals or Quantum Dots. Each brand ended up calling as he wanted. This 2017 goes a step further and comes QLED and Nano Cell, second-generation technology that Samsung and LG have presented at CES in Las Vegas with a single goal: to remove the throne of best picture quality in the high end to OLED. How do you plan to get it?
More brightness with control and better color accuracy
Few we doubt that the technology of fashion in televisions today is the HDR. There is no 3D here and the HDR mode of TVs is here to stay. And manufacturers focused on LED technology want to start from there to recover ground with OLED in global image quality.
Last year, LED TVs massively incorporated nanocrystalline technology to improve their image quality after a few years in that respect. They did it in the high range, right where we checked a few months ago with OLED LG E6 that for cinema, OLED still orders. » Read more
This was a rumor too big that has ended up materializing in this CES 2017: Sony was going to jump into the OLED world in its new generation of high-end televisions, and today we know how the powerful company of the Japanese company, its family of Bravia TVs.
Sony has decided that to get into OLED technology had to do in a big way, with a spectacular design, specifications at the best level, and three sizes. Yes, the two usual formats of this OLED are present – 55 and 65 inches – to which must be added a new panel of 77 inches. » Read more
LCD technology still has a lot to say in the segment of televisions, but more and more companies are betting on the advantages offered by the OLED panels of LG Display as is the case of Panasonic, which has already released its first OLED television, the 65CZ950, by the end of 2015. Now the Japanese company returns to the load with a new and improved OLED that gives up the curve and adds HDR technology.
Panasonic has chosen the CES fair framework to officially introduce the new OLED 4K Pro HDR EZ1000, a high-end TV with the latest image enhancements we could see in action at the Panasonic factory in Pilsen at the beginning of last December. 65-inch, 4K resolution, HDR and built-in soundbar in the base are some of its arguments. This is the new Panasonic proposal in the growing OLED segment. » Read more
A LG is not going to change anyone, loves to teach things before they are actually presented during the CES 2017, and this time he has touched new LCD TVs, and that everything will not be OLED in the future The Korean company. At the Las Vegas event, three new TVs that premiered a new technology called ‘brings nano cell’.
The reality is that LG plays two bands in the high-end OLED try to evolve the best speed you can, and maintains the highest level LCD TVs in its catalog. For many, this two-way game does not allow you to be on the level of Samsung in terms of quality and technology of your LCD proposals, and as their mission is to match or trim, here it seems with new artillery. » Read more
When we talk about audio systems one of the firms that comes to mind is Bose. A firm that has wide range of products in which speakers are protagonists, constituting a wide range to which are added two members such as Bose 591 and 791 II.
It is two ceiling speakers to hide in those ceilings that have the necessary space to house them, especially if it is false ceilings plasterboard or plaster. Speakers with a stylized and discreet design with interesting features. » Read more
The evolution of LCD technology seems endless, manufacturers like Panasonic still find ways to improve the quality of the panels and that is something that is complicating the transition to OLED. In reality, what we are going to see is that the change will be longer in time, overlapping models of great quality with both technologies.
The most committed OLED is LG, hand Panasonic and Philips, using their panels, but cannot ignore the Chinese artillery, now even goes to buy panels Koreans and begin to create themselves. We’ll talk about it below a few lines, but now let’s the interesting part: Sony aims to OLED in 2017. » Read more
LG continues to show developments in the CES 2017 related to the sector audio and home theater. If a few hours ago we told you about your new speakers for parties, now it’s the turn of a new range of sound bars, the SJ7, SJ8 and SJ9.
Except the highest of (SJ9) series incorporates support for Dolby Atmos, the rest does not seem to introduce notable developments regarding the models and the sale of the brand. However, it has to renew the catalog and this is LG’s bet for the year that begins… » Read more