Robin Williams made me cry. Like his mentor, the late Jonathan Winters, Williams, who committed suicide Monday, made me laugh so intensely tears would come to my eyes. Williams’ death made headlines and led TV newscasts. His comedic genius diverted us from stories about terrorism and other sadness in the world. Show More Summary
Arise India has just launched a series of LED TVs which are completely based on latest Android JB 4.2 OS. Named as “Arise LED TV For Android”, these TVs would cost you between Rs 32,000 to Rs 2,00,000 for screen dimensions: 32 inch to 84 inch. Show More Summary
Do you need a 4K TV? Probably not. Unless you’re running a high-end PC gaming rig, you’ll be watching upscaled Blu-ray and DVD content anyway, which makes spending a fortune on a 4K TV pointless. Kogan’s 4K TV, though, is only $1500, and it’s surprisingly good for the price. More »
Want to win a TV? Of course you do! Cult of Mac Deals has lined up a great giveaway – a Samsung 50 Inch 1080p LED TV. This TV has 800 reviews on Amazon while maintaining a 4.5 star rating … Read more ›
Today in iLounge Deals we’re giving away a Samsung TV prize package. One lucky winner will receive a Samsung UN50EH5000 50-inch 1080p LED TV as well as a chocie between a Roku 3 or Apple TV media player. Enter by signing up for iLounge Deals via either Facebook or e-mail at the link below; the winner will be selected on May 31, 2014. Show More Summary
So, you have been wondering whether you should fork out some more money to upgrade that electronic piece of hunk in your home that you call the TV. Sure, LCD TVs were all the rage so many years ago, but now, your 10 year old LCD TV looks absolutely tired compared to today’s modern and ultra slim flat screen TVs, and it is screaming for an upgrade. Sanyo might want...
Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: hands-on with the Samsung Series 9 Curved UHD LED TV, fake viral photos that fooled the world, the rise of teenage ‘sexting’. More »
If you’re in the market for your next TV, you’ll be inevitably tossing up between standard 1080p Full HD and the (technically) far superior Ultra High Definition (UHD) format. You’ll also have to choose between flat and curved panels now. Show More Summary
Amazon is currently carrying the Sony XBR 65" 4K 120Hz 3D HDMI 2.0 Smart LED TV for $3289, plus 2% back in rewards and enhanced delivery. That was the lowest price we had seen so far, but BuyDig is now selling the same set for $2849 with free shipping (go all the way through checkout to see price). Show More Summary
Kogan’s hotly-touted 55? Agora 4K Smart 3D LED TV is now available to purchase for $999. The model comes with a native resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, four USB ports, inbuilt WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) and Google TV support via Android 4.2 — not bad for under $1000. Here are our first impressions. More »
Brief news items of notes for Lifehacker readers, including: get a 50-inch Sony LED TV for $897, Oculus Rift backers demand refunds, 25% off Easter Show tickets. More »
HDTVs these days are brimming with features, from 3D to 4K to a plethora of “smart” features, which means there are a lot of ways manufacturers are trying to add value and prop up the price of new TVs. These features can be great, but sometimes you just want a simple unit with nice picture…
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For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon has the Seiki Digital SE39UY04 39-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV for just $399.99 plus free shipping. That’s 43% off on the TV’s regular list price of $699. 3840 x 2160 Panel Resolution, 4K up scaling, Thin Bezel Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Refresh Rate: 120Hz, Component […]
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[CES 2014] Sony has introduced a new line of BRAVIA LED HD TVs to complement its new 4K UHD models, the W950B and W850B series lead this new lineup. The former is Sony’s 2014 flagship LED TV series with TRILUMINOS display working inShow More Summary
The name leftover from the famous photography company is launching two budget-friendly LED TVs, including a $999 4K television.
Although 16:9 remains the most popular aspect ratio for TVs and computer monitors, Philips pushed the boundaries – the side ones, at least – with the introduction of its Cinema 21:9 Gold Series LED TVs in 2011. LG got on board last year...Show More Summary
Who would pay $40,000 for an HD television? That's what some Amazon users are wondering about Samsung's 85-inch, "4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV," which the website is offering at the discounted price of $39,997.99.