What’s a 10-bit TV, and is it better?
Starting this year you’ll be able to buy 10-bit LCDs. Well, true 10-bit. Excited? Would it help if we talked about what that means? Probably. Here’s why 10-bit LCDs will be (and are) cool, and what they mean for the future of TVs.
5 Reasons You Should Get a 4K UHD TV
It may be time to get a 4K TV, if you haven’t already. While TVs with 2160p resolution have been out for several years, a bunch of advancements and new gear out this year make several compelling reasons to upgrade. Here are 5 of those…
CES 2015 Recap: Thoughts on High-End Portable Audio
One of the other trends to come out of CES this year was the further expansion of high-end portable audio. I’m not just talking about headphones (which seem to have peaked a bit), but various accessories like headphone amps and… high resolution audio players: Sony’s $1,200…
CES 2015 Recap: Thoughts on Color
Color, until now, hasn’t been talked about much when it comes to TVs. Sure, some company might claim some ridiculous percentage of some vaguely recognizable abbreviation, but in all, color was color and as long as it wasn’t wrong, it wasn’t discussed much. Since nearly…
CES 2015 4K Ultra High Definition Recap: Thoughts on High Dynamic Range (HDR)
One of the main TV trends at CES this year was High Dynamic Range, or HDR. Essentially, TVs labeled as such offer significantly greater contrast ratio, an expanded range of brightness from light to dark. More than just a marketing term, HDR could be the…
Sony CES 2015: 4K UHDTVs and Projectors Galore
Sony has announced their 2015 lineup of 4K TVs, and a new 4K projector. The new lines expand on last year’s offerings, which were well reviewed (by us and others). All the info after the jump.
Panasonic Unveils 2015 Ultra HD LED LCD Lineup
Panasonic has announced their 2015 lineup of Ultra HD “4K” TVs. Sizes range from 50- to 65-inches across three different lines. The nine total models have some surprising new features. All the info after the jump.
Sharp 2015 Ultra HD and HD LED LCDs
Sharp has announced their 2015 line of Ultra HD “4K” and ultra-huge 1080p LED LCDs. And there are a lot of them. Lots and lots of info, after the jump.