Smart TVs

by Rich R ·Posted 04/08/2022
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
by Rich R ·Posted 03/17/2020
Samsung’s new HDR 4K UHD smart TVs are making their way to B&H, and there are quite a few to choose from. The TU7000 and TU8000 series both support the HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG HDR formats, Motion Rate 120 technology for smooth action, and Auto Low Latency Mode for an enhanced gaming experience. Both models also work
by Rich R ·Posted 04/17/2018
Put the remote down and literally tell your TV what you want it to do with the new C8PUA-series TVs from LG. Thanks to its built-in AI ThinQ operating system, you can control it with just your voice through your Google Assistant- or Amazon Alexa-enabled devices on the same network. The included remote control also has an onboard microphone, so if you don’t have a compatible device, you can use the Google Assistant
by Rich R ·Posted 03/28/2018
Samsung’s new HDR UHD smart TVs are here, and there’s quite a variety to choose from. The NU7100-series LED TVs, available in 50, 55, 65", and various other sizes, supports HDR10, HLG, and the newer HDR10+ formats, allowing you to enjoy a variety of content in HDR quality. Motion Rate 120 technology digitally smooths out the blur commonly associated with fast-moving objects. The onboard Tizen operating
by Rich R ·Posted 03/19/2018
Stop scrolling through pages of uninteresting stuff to find your shows, and simply tell your remote what you want to watch with the new X850F and X900F series TVs from Sony. Both series feature Amazon Alexa and