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Samsung Unboxes 2021 TVs and Soundbars

Samsung, the world’s biggest TV manufacturer for the past 15 years, has virtually unboxed its 2021 line-up of TVs, soundbars and monitors, including its first consumer Micro LED and NEO QLED TVs. FlatpanelsHD and AVForums, two of the best sources of breaking TV tech news, have published comprehensive round-ups of what will be available while Forbes’ John Archer already has […]

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Sony NZ Confirms 2021 TV Range

Sony NZ today confirmed which TV models unveiled at CES it would release in New Zealand, including its largest OLED display yet, the 77-inch A80J. “Sony’s key objective is to offer customers an incredibly immersive viewing experience by utilising evolving technologies and premium large screens to perfectly delivering the creator’s true intent,” Aki Hosoda, Head […]

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Samsung Launches 2021 Range With New Tech

Samsung is promising a “quantum leap” in TV viewing with its 2021 range of Neo QLED TVs, which it’s launching next week at CES. It also will expand screen sizes with its new MICRO LED TVs and has refreshed its Frame series to make the TVs even thinner and more customisable. Specific models, pricing and […]

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Sony Unveils CES TV Sensations

Today Sony revealed a line-up of groundbreaking 4K and 8K TVs for 2021 that boasts a new processor across the entire range it claims “mimics the human brain to deliver a never-before-seen immersive viewing experience” and streaming quality that rivals UHD Blu-ray. Specific models, pricing and availability have yet to be announced for NZ but […]

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2020 Samsung TVs Poised to Launch

Samsung NZ has posted its highly anticipated 2020 range of 8K and 4K LCD TVs on its website ahead of today’s virtual media briefing and looming post-lockdown launch. The world’s biggest-selling TV brand traditionally releases its new models from April but this year’s roll-out strategy has been hampered by the level 4 COVID-19 four-week business shutdown. […]

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High Art But is Samsung’s The Frame Ultra High Tech?

Samsung today launched in Auckland an award-winning TV that couldn’t be more living room-friendly. The Frame is so-called because it’s designed to look more like a painting hanging on the wall rather than just another 4K TV — complete with an “art mode” that’s essentially a digital gallery of 100 works that Samsung has commissioned from […]

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Sony Expands 4K Range But Delays First OLED TV

Sony will start to roll out its 2017 range of 4K HDR TVs this month but not its first big-screen OLED sensation, the A1E. The display that’s been rapturously reviewed abroad won’t launch here until August — presumably because consumer demand in US and Europe has pushed back shipments to smaller markets like NZ and Australia. That will give LG […]

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Samsung Unmasks Must-See TVs

Samsung will unveil its 2016 range of TVs to media tonight in Auckland but despite UHD or 4K displays dominating, the company’s still holding back on releasing its UHD/4K Blu-ray player here. It’s also opted not to offer the groundbreaking Atmos soundbar in this market (although its new soundbar range includes 5.1 and 7.1 options with wireless speakers that […]

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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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