Samsung added the “HDR +” function to convert conventional HDR content on their smart TV

HDR +

Samsung has announced that through a firmware upgrade its smart TVs offered for sale from this 2016 will allow users to activate a kind of function HDR “upscaling” conventional content.

The function will be called “HDR +” and arrange for a conversion to HDR (High Dynamic Range) of the contents no HDR through a series of algorithms that analyze frame by frame and touch up the brightness, contrast and colors in time real. » Read more

LG bet on technology for Ultra Surround sound movie in our Smart TV

LG Smat TV

We recently spoke of the new range SUHD Samsung, the new TVs from the Korean company that promise outstanding image quality and now comes the turn to speak again televisions but in this case its neighbor and great rival, also Korean, as LG.

If we have already detailed aspects of its new line Signature, which have no place in tandem both the latest technology to accompany designs and materials premium, now let’s see comment on consisting Ultra Surround, the latest technology in sound for TVs LG. » Read more

Buy Smart TV or not Smart TV – TV Buying Guide

Smart TV

Once we have more or less clear idea of the type of screen that interests us Plasma, LCD or LED it is time to continue to raise more issues affecting deciding which TV to buy.

In addition, the next question is whether to look for a Smart TV or not. That is a television that allows us to see the signal received through DTT or more, much more. Moreover, that much more goes from access to connected to the local network and Internet content devices.

What is a Smart TV?

Smart TV is something that we saw long ago in Smart Home, yet a special Smart TV where we address that and other issues. However, it never hurts to remember, a Smart TV is basically a TV with an operating system that allows the use of different applications and connects to The Internet. » Read more

The new middle-high-end smart TV Philips 2016

Philips Smart TV 2016

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