Improve the quality of your TV, gaming, and music experience with the Sonos Ray Soundbar. The Ray is Sonos’s budget entry into the soundbar space, fleshing out a portfolio that already includes the Sonos Beam and Sonos Arc,
Designed with gamers in mind, Samsung’s new Q80B series of QLED TVs features Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), which automatically turns off the TV’s processing, allowing the optimized processor of your compatible gaming system (PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S) to handle the workload of processing the image. This helps reduce input latency, keeping your button presses more in sync with what’s happening on screen. Of course, for movie and TV
Broaden the soundstage of the movies, TV shows, and music you enjoy with the new Bowers & Wilkins Panorama 3 Soundbar. It features three discrete front channels for stereo audio and dialogue, plus two up-firing Atmos drivers that deliver overhead sound effects to envelop you in your content. Panorama 3 has been specifically designed to offer great sound from just one component, with no need for an external subwoofer. Don’t let
Designed primarily with gamers in mind, the new BenQ TK700 and X3000i projectors bring console video games, movies, and sports to the big screen in 4K UHD on-screen resolution via pixel-shift technology. Both projectors have high brightness outputs and are equipped with HDMI 2.0b inputs that support ultra-HD images and HDR to provide bright,
LG had TVs and computer monitors great and small on display at CES 2022, and quite a few of them were headline-makers. Let’s check them out!
The Largest-Ever OLED TV: 97" G2
The LG OLED G2 series features the first-ever 97" OLED TV, as well as an 83" version. The G2 series features LG’s Gallery Design, which allows the TV to sit flush to the wall. Powered by the α9 Gen 5 processor, Brightness Booster technology produces a brighter image with enhanced heat dissipation and a more advanced algorithm over previous models.
The Smallest-Ever OLED
As usual, Samsung took center stage at CES 2022 to show off some of its new upcoming consumer products, including a unique projector and new TV technology.
The Freestyle Projector
The Freestyle certainly looks more like a lighting fixture than a projector. With its yoke stand, you can point it in nearly any direction, including downward, to project onto ceilings, walls, the floor, or a tabletop, providing a versatile
At CES 2022, Sony unveiled a new roster of BRAVIA XR televisions, including 8K and 4K Mini LED models and the world’s first QD-OLED panel. The 2022 BRAVIA XR lineup also features impressive new OLED and LED models, which are available in sizes ranging all the way up to 85".
Announced at CES 2022, The Freestyle by Samsung is a projector that features a unique cylindrical design on a yoke stand, allowing you to project at nearly any angle. Despite looking more like a lighting fixture than a projector, The Freestyle has quite a few user-friendly features, including smart TV functionality via the onboard Tizen operating system, which also allows for voice control via Samsung Bixby and Amazon Alexa
Big-screen gaming doesn’t get much bigger than the new 98" Samsung QN90A QLED TV. Whether you’re connecting your next-gen console or your custom gaming computer with a previously hard-to-find video card, the QN90A will render graphics quickly and cleanly with features like FreeSync Premium Pro, Auto Game Mode (ALLM), and Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar.
There are two types of rooms in which you can install a home theater projector: ideal and less-than-ideal. An ideal projector installation will be in a completely dark, preferably windowless room, which would ensure that the only light hitting the screen comes from the projector. For installation in an ideal room, you can choose nearly any projector (that meets your other needs, such as resolution, connectivity, image size, and other requirements) and achieve enjoyable results. Most of us, however, have ambient light challenges that projectors
Lenovo’s new Smart Clock 2 helps you start and end your day the smart way. With the Google Assistant built in, you can set multiple alarms, view your day’s itinerary, check traffic and weather reports, and much more. To end your day, a “goodnight” routine can lock your doors, turn off the lights, play soothing music, and perform other tasks. A far-field microphone array helps the clock pick up your voice from across the room, even with music
Show off your favorite digital artwork in style with Samsung’s new 85" The Frame TV. Like earlier versions of The Frame series, this model features Art Mode that displays photos, paintings, and other pieces of art when not in use as a TV. Slide Show Mode allows you to set the interval between pieces to customize your experience.
Nest recently released a brand-new battery-powered video doorbell that can be installed on any door or home. The wireless design lets you easily install it yourself. The doorbell lets you receive motion-activated alerts and can differentiate between people, animals, packages, and vehicles.
Available in white, ash,
Sonos is a brand that’s known for breaking the mold, having originally done so by being among the first to offer multi-room speaker interoperability. The company continued to push boundaries when it broke into the home theater realm with its first soundbar products; now, rather than breaking the mold again, it’s taking the design of the original Sonos Beam Soundbar to new dimensions with the new 2nd generation Sonos Beam.
If you’re looking for immersive sound with voice control and plenty of wireless streaming options, then look no further than the new Bose® Smart Soundbar™ 900. Available in either black or white, it produces a virtual 5.0.2-channel Dolby Atmos soundstage with a dedicated center channel and two up-firing full-range drivers.