Philips is one of the brands that is committed to the use of OLED panels in their televisions. Accompanying the models based on LED LCD we find an OLED range to which are now added two new models, the Philips OLED804 and the Philips OLED854, the first Philips OLED TVs that will be compatible with Dolby Vision, HDR10 + and Dolby Atmos. » Read more
Today we are going to explain how to configure your Philips Hue lights in your Amazon Echo to control the smart bulbs through Alexa. And when you configure it, you can not only control it with your Home assistant, but also with the version you have on your mobile device.
It is a very simple process that you will be able to carry out through the Alexa application on your mobile, and then you will be able to use the light bulbs in your Amazon Echo. Of course, to do it first you must have done the initial configuration of the Philips Hue and have created an account on the product website. » Read more
When earlier this year Philips announced its new TVs for 2016, one of the most interesting ranges in quality-price it is concerned was the 7 Series, which the brand has just put on sale its model of 65 inches christened65PUS7601.
We are facing an Android TV that integrates several technologies of image quality normally reserved for the products of the 9000 series, the highest range of the company. For example, in this model it has been chosen to mount the panel lighting system full-array local dimming (FALD) with 128 zones. » Read more
Philips has introduced what will be its medium-high range of smart TVs for the 2016 season, characterized by including models with UHD panels all compatible with native HDR and what they call “climber HDR” which enhances conventional content to suit the high dynamic range.
We are facing new series 6000, 7000 and 8000, with sizes between 43 and 75 inches, which come with the Android operating system and improvements in the Ambilight technology. However, things first and see the features of the new models series by series: » Read more