Tag Archives: CES

Samsung’s 2016 SUHD TVs Shine at CES

Samsung NZ has revealed more about its new SUHD TV range that will go on sale between April and June, including how it’s optimised for viewing in brightly lit living rooms. “This year, all of the Samsung SUHD TVs will feature the ability to provide a premium high dynamic range (HDR) experience, with 1,000 nit […]

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Samsung Next-Gen SUHD TVs Set to Sizzle

Samsung’s newest SUHD range will go on sale here in the second quarter. Unveiled today at CES, the second-generation line-up will include the the world’s first bezel-less curved design and what Samsung claims will be “the smartest user experience”, making it even easier to access all your entertainment content in one place. Samsung’s Tizen operating system also eliminates the need to […]

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New Super Slim LG TVs Still Not as Slender as Sony’s

LG will launch its slimmest UHD LCD TV yet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (January 6-9). But the new premium “LG Super HD” displays will still be marginally thicker than Sony’s breathtakingly svelte X90C range: 6.6mm vs 4.9mm. Despite the thin profile, LG claims the harman/kardon speaker system will still […]

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CES: Samsung Fills Home Theatre Vacuum

Samsung is extending its vacuum tube technology from audio dock speakers and home theatre systems to its latest soundbar – and the first in the world that can connect with a TV via Bluetooth. The HW-F750 will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, along with a new Blu-ray player […]

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Polk Lands Single Speaker Wireless Sound for Premium Price

Polk Audio’s plug-and-play wireless rear speaker has just gone on sale here for $899 — or $400 more than what it’s selling for in the US. “We’ve just made great sound as simple in the back of the room as it is the front of the room,” Polk Audio’s vice president of product line management Mark […]

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Image Problems for 3D Projectors and TVs?

Projector Central warns anyone contemplating buying a 3D home cinema projector to expect “a new assortment of artifacts” no matter which brand they choose. It argues 2D home projection has neared perfection over the past 10 years and urges people to buy 3D-enabled projectors, such as those exhibited at the Consumer Electronics Show, only for […]

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Best of CES Guide

The hi-tech mecca that is the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has just wrapped for another year. Here’s a guide to some of the best coverage of new HDTV gear: Sound+Vision reported on “smart stuff from Samsung” that ranged from now Internet innovations to a fresh design that minimises the frame of a plasma […]

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New Sony HDTV Range Boasts 27 Models

Sony today announced at the Consumer Electronics Show a 2011 range of HDTVs that includes 16 new 3D-capable models and 22 Inter-connected displays. In all, Sony will market 27 new LED/LCD Bravia TVs this year, although not all will be offered in NZ. Distinguishing all of the TVs will be Sony’s new X-Reality Engine and […]

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Panasonic Unveils 2011 3D TVs

Panasonic today launched its 2011 range of plasma and LCD-LED TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. There will be 12 plasma models, including two new screen sizes, and the company’s first LCD-LED Full HD 3D models. At last year’s CES, Panasonic’s TC-P50VT25 (or the TH-P50VT20Z in NZ) was judged Best Product of […]

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Hi-Def Debrief: What’s New on the Web

Smarthouse reports Samsung Electronics will unveil a “swag of new IP enabled TVs” at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, as it switches focus from 3D to Internet content. Home Cinema Choice has a preview of LG’s 3D range for CES while on the eve of the year’s biggest hi-tech showcase, Trusted Reviews has posted […]

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