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Sony displayed amazingly polished videos and products here at CES 2019. The company truly does have a hand in everything, making it possible to go from capture to delivery all on Sony equipment. Sony wants to give creatives the power to develop awesome experiences. The showcase this year backs this up by presenting a wide range of tools to...
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With CES 2019 beginning, Canon got ahead of the game and announced the Rayo S1, a new 100-lumen pico projector that can produce images up to 84". It has Wi-Fi and 4GB of storage built in, so you can either stream from your compatible smart device or download apps like YouTube or Netflix...
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Why watch TV in 4K when you could quadruple that? The new Samsung Q900 series features 8K UHD resolution (7680 x 4320), which doubles both the horizontal and vertical lines of resolution of 4K UHD TVs, quadrupling the overall number of pixels. Of course, not all content has even...
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We here at B&H are excited to announce the revolutionary next step in digital assistant design: the Lenovo Smart Display. Combining the near-limitless knowledge base and functionality of Google Assistant with a Full HD screen (for the 10"; 720p on the 8") and 10W full-range speaker...
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Smart plugs are great little gadgets, aren't they? The ability to control a plugged-in device from anywhere offers tremendous flexibility and convenience. So how, then, do you improve upon the standard one-outlet smart plug? TP-Link has found a way to do just that with the HS107—a new Wi-Fi smart plug that is...
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CE Week 2018 took place at the Jacob Javits Center. As in years past, manufacturers and startup consumer electronics companies from all over converged to show off their wares and expand their professional networks. We spent a few hours walking the aisles, checking out the cool new gear, and here are a few notable standouts. SiliconDust HD Homerun Prime 6 If you're tired of exorbitant cable fees...
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Expand your Sonos, Amazon Alexa, and Siri ecosystems while enhancing your home theater experience, with the Sonos Beam soundbar. It's available in either black or white and connects to...
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With the release of its Noise-Masking Sleepbuds, Bose® has applied its audio know-how to help a problem from which millions of people suffer—getting a good night's sleep. Many have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or are unknowingly disturbed while asleep, all of which can...
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BenQ will soon be releasing its highly anticipated TK800 HDR-compatible DLP home theater projector. It uses four-way XPR pixel-shift technology, which combines image processing with a microsecond-fast DMD to create two pixels per frame, simulating UHD 4K resolution with compatible content. Add HDR10...
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Since the original iPod, Apple has innovated the way we've listened to music. Now, with the Apple HomePod, you'll be able to do more than just blast your favorite tunes. The HomePod is a wireless speaker, a smart home hub, and a Siri-enabled intelligent assistant all rolled into one device....
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Your Bose® SoundTouch™ and Amazon Alexa devices can now communicate seamlessly...
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TVs and projectors are always some of the biggest stars of CES, both physically and technically. Everyone seemingly has a brand-new display to show off, with the latest enhancements and always the most stunning image quality. Here’s a look at the top five TVs and projectors we saw on the floor at CES.

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TVs and projectors are always some of the biggest stars of CES, both physically and technically. Everyone seemingly has a brand-new display to show off, with the latest enhancements and always the most stunning image quality. Here’s a look at the top five TVs and projectors we saw on the floor at CES.
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New OLED TVs from maker LG were showcased at CES 2018, and with four new series in the works, there is quite a selection coming. The B8 series, available in 55 and 65", features LG’s new α7 processor and LG ThinQ AI. The α7 processor is designed to provide more lifelike images with enhanced depth, sharpness, and color accuracy, while LG ThinQ AI enables the TV to act as a central hub for all your...
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Panasonic caused a buzz at CES 2018 when the company announced that it will be offering HDR10+-compatible OLED TVs soon. The new models include the FZ950 and FZ800, both of which are available in 55 and 65" sizes and feature Panasonic’s HCX video processor. The FZ950-series also has the “Tuned by Technics” Dynamic Blade Speaker, purported to produce powerful sound from a slim design. Additionally...
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