Sony recently announced its 2023 lineup of BRAVIA XR TVs: the OLED A80L, QD-OLED A95L, and X90L with Full Array LEDs, as well as the X93L and
In celebration of the OLED TV’s 10th anniversary, LG reminisced about previous milestones—such as the rollable SIGNATURE OLED R and bendable OLED Flex—and set a new one with the introduction of the wireless M3. LG also expanded nearly every aspect of the existing Z3, G3, and C3 OLED evo lines for the new year, improving internal processing, enhancing the webOS platform, and other updates. If LG’s 2023 offerings are any indication, the future looks as bright as its OLED self-lit pixels.
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What do the words “OLED,” “4K,” and “HDR” mean for you as a consumer, and do they live up to the hype in this LG CXPUA 55" HDR Smart OLED TV? Doug answers these questions and more in this video. Would you add this LG OLED TV to your home theater or gaming setup?
If you’re buying a new TV and haven’t kept up with the technology over the past few years, new terms like OLED, HDR, UHD, VRR, and others can seem like indecipherable gibberish. My goal with this guide is to explain what OLED is, how it differs from other technologies on the market, and what you should look for when shopping for one.
OLED Picture Quality
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology is, as its name implies, an organic-based display technology in which each individual pixel has the capability to light itself; in cases where it
After LG's press conference on Monday, scheduling a booth tour to go hands-on with its latest products was a no-brainer. We had to see if its rollable Signature OLED TV was more concept than reality. Having covered a few CES' over the years, we're accustomed to seeing technology that doesn't quite materialize. Well, not this time, ladies and gentlemen. LG appears committed to bringing its new OLED marvel to market, this year, to boot. In case you missed it, this 65" OLED 4K TV features a pedestal base that the TV completely lowers and rolls
Amazingly polished videos and products were on display at Sony's press conference, here at CES 2019. Sony truly does have a hand in everything, making it possible to go from capture to delivery, all on Sony equipment. And it is all spectacular.
As a self-labeled "Creative Entertainment Company," 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 help creators produce work at the highest possible level.
Ardent supporters of theatrical
TVs are among the most integral parts of our living room and fam-cave spaces. I say this without hyperbole because it’s the one piece of electronics toward which we face all our furniture. Maybe your cable/satellite box, receiver, Blu-ray player, or gaming console is in that direction also, but it’s the TV to which we truly direct our visual attention. We don’t want it off to the side, in our peripheral vision—we want to view it head-on. And the larger the TV is, the easier it is to view head-on because it occupies more of our field of view.
LG delivered the goods at CES, showcasing everything from TVs to robotic lawnmowers. Our first stop was a tour through the company's massive A/V cave. LG's "cave" consisted of a wall of matrixed OLED TVs, literally immersing all who walked through in a high-definition experience. Seeing that many TVs work together was quite a sight—caves tend to be dark—and LG's OLED TVs are certainly up to the task of illuminating.
Next, we visited LG mobile, which included a look at the company's new raspberry-rose-colored LG V30 smartphone and Tone SE
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 connected devices, with intelligent voice control, the Google Assistant built in, and Amazon Echo compatibility. Intelligent voice control and the
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, Panasonic claims that before these TVs ship, the company will attempt to get Ultra HD Premium and THX certification for all its OLED TVs.