If you don’t have much space to work with or don’t want to buy a projector, a large-screen TV is your most practical choice to getting the biggest images. For an excellent theatre-like effect, choose a TV with a 65-inch (or bigger) display panel and make sure it supports 4K resolution (whatever you’re watching will just look sharper and appear more detailed). Do also look out for a TV with HDR, or High Dynamic Range, which most of today’s TVs already have. HDR makes compatible content look richer in colour and more realistic, vastly improving the viewing experience. There are three HDR content standards, namely, Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG. Check out these TVs to help you build a home theatre system your family will love.
Standing Tall With LG StanbyME
This fully adjustable screen is perfect for work and play – it’s wireless so you can use it anywhere, plus it supports a range of streaming devices, apps and accessories.
Make the sleek new LG StanbyME (Model: 27ART10AKPL.ATC) your go-to screen for work and play. With features that include expanded connectivity with Airplay, NFC, HDMI and USB support, you can use it for your favourite video games, host a work presentation, watch movies and more.
You can take this standing screen anywhere by conveniently rolling it to wherever you need it. It also rotates up to 180º, swivels 130º and tilts 50º, and offers a 20cm height adjustment option for comfortable and effortless viewing. Another great feature is the wireless design. Charge the screen once and trust that the battery will last for up to three hours – that’s enough for
Televisions are getting bigger, brighter and sharper. At Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest consumer electronics and IT exhibition, this January, major television brands unveiled upgraded technology and new features, from QD-OLED to Mini LED technology. We take a closer look at some of them. A showcase of the bigger, better and sharper TVs to expect this year.
With the Neo Quantum processor, Samsung’s Neo QLED range offers a clear and immersive experience due to advanced contrast mapping with a back-light unit. The new Shape Adaptive Light technology aids in analysing lines, shapes and surfaces to enhance brightness and accuracy. This range also has a multi-intelligence picture quality algorithm for elevated depth and
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OLED, 4K, HDR AND MORE – WE BREAK DOWN THESE INTIMIDATING TV TECH TERMS AND TRANSLATE THEM INTO SOMETHING SIMPLER.
The arrival of Sony’s BRAVIA OLED A9F Series, a 4K HDR OLED TV, marks remarkable improvements in sound and picture qualities for OLED TVs.
It’s not easy buying a TV. With a foreign-sounding range of technical terms and specs to wade through, comparing one screen to the other is no walk in the park. Fortunately, we’ve processed the hard, technical stuff to help you cut to the chase by determining which specs matter. This way, you can pick the right television based on your viewing habits and lifestyle.