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.
Posted on 11.29.2013 10:00 by Simona Here we are: Black Friday. After a day of giving thanks and stuffing our faces, we all rush out to the closest big box store it stand in line for hours, hoping to get that $100, 32-inch LED TV. Well, TechArt has something for you, if you happen to be shopping for a car nut. Show More Summary
When was the last time you paid a visit to the cinema to watch a 3D movie? Do you think that 3D movies will be able to grow from strength to strength, or does it need some kind of kick start such as Avatar and Gravity in order for it...Show More Summary
New LCDs with full-array LED backlighting offer high contrast ratios and fine detail for dark scenes in movies such as "Batman."
[Tony] decided his “smart” LED TV wasn’t quite smart enough. So he stuffed a Raspberry Pi in it. Upon opening the case of his 40? Hisense Smart LED TV, he discovered that the logic board actually had two unused USB pads — what luck!Show More Summary
Whether you like it or not, 4K video is coming to blow your minds with the amount of detail you can see over your everyday 1080p LED TV set. That means we’re going to have to upgrade our gadgets to start shooting content in 4K, which also means memory cards will have to receive a boost as well in order to keep up with these new products. Show More Summary
Smart TVs? Who needs ‘em? We’ve progressed past that point. We’re on to Hello Kitty TVs – the future is now. Yes, Hello Kitty has her own new television set. It’s more or less your standard flat-panel LCD monitor, just with Hello Kitty’s face watching you as you watch TV. Show More Summary
Sharp has just made their Sharp 4K Ultra HD LED TV available to the masses, and they are asking a cool $7,500 a pop for it. Just so that you know, the Sharp 4K Ultra HD LED TV comes with a catalog of bragging rights, including beingShow More Summary
We are well past mid-August, which is when Sharp initially estimated its new 70-inch Aquos 4K Ultra HD LED TV would begin hitting shelves. Despite the late arrival, however, something tells us folks will still be glad to have yet another choice when shopping for their next 4K television set. Show More Summary
It's back to the future with this retro TV. (Credit: Seiki) If LG's '70s-style LED TV looks too modern for your tastes, you can rewind in time even further with Seiki's new SE22FR01 22-inch retro HDTV. Don't worry, it does include a remote control. Show More Summary
Hisense and Opera extend partnership bringing the world of apps to TV viewers Opera Software and Hisense, the world’s leading LED TV provider, have announced that the Opera TV Store has now launched on selected models of Hisense Smart...Show More Summary
Ever more UHD and OLED TVs are rolling out this week.
In quick succession, all the major players in the Flat TV manufacturing industry have launched curved TVs. Just a week after LG and Samsung launched their curved OLED TVs, Sony has unveiled its own 65 inch curved TV at the 2013 IFA. It’s the largest curved TV to hit the market and also the world’s […]
Sony unveiled a mountain of new gear at its IFA press conference yesterday, but for whatever reason it decided to quietly slip this beauty out under all the noise. Comparable to the 55-inch OLED set that Samsung unveiled at CES, Sony's new 65-inch, 1080P, S990A is the first set to put a gentle curve on LED flatscreen technology. Show More Summary
It's a world's first, and cheaper than competing OLED solutions currently on the market.
Sony didn't mention this during its IFA press event, but it just unveiled a big treat for home theater fans: meet the S990A, the world's first curved-screen LED TV. The introductory 65-inch, 1080p model uses the same color-rich Triluminos...Show More Summary
Toshiba today announced launch of the Toshiba Pro Theatre, a new line-up of LED TVs designed to provide viewers with a truly exciting viewing experience. Toshiba will launch three new series of Pro Theatre in the ASEAN market: the flagship ….
(Credit: LG) Those born in the 1970s may appreciate the the LG 32LN530R, the Korean company's latest LED TV, which is designed to look like an old CRT TV. This 32-incher sports two oversize dials for setting TV channels and volume, as well as what appears to be a front speaker grille. Show More Summary
As companies like Apple and Samsung are heralding the end of the button, LG is taking its design in a different direction. This new "Classic TV" features a wood-panelled front complete with tuning knobs and buttons to create what LG describes as a "classic Scandanavian-style design that emphasizes simplicity, modernity." Read more...
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