You can go on and on about how great the flatscreen TV in your home theater is, but I guarantee it won't hold a candle to the image, brightness, and colour quality of Dolby's £26,000-odd reference monitor.
The tablet revolution is well underway, and it won’t be long before we’re all saying things like: “Is that your tablet or my tablet?” and “Oh, I appear to have sat on your tablet and broke it. Here – have my spare one”.
As TVs have packed in more and features, including multiple inputs and internet connectivity, the complexity of the remote has grown to match. Now you're lucky to get a remote shorter than your forearm. This new remote from Samsung, however, will replace the bevy of buttons for a touchpad and Siri-like voice control.
According to a slide uncovered by the Verge, Best Buy is asking its customers for thoughts on a 42-inch, $1,500 (£950) Apple HDTV. And it sounds dreamy: runs iOS, full App Store and iCloud support, an iSight camera. Too bad it's all probably just a guess.
If you don't mind having the slightly less than prestigious "LUXOR" brand sitting there on display in your front room, ASDA has quite an amazing deal running on a 40" LCD TV at the moment. It's offering a Full HD 1080p LCD TV for £249.
On the floor of CES, tucked away in Haier's booth is a TV set advertising BRAIN CONTROL. I was immediately intrigued. Could I think about wanting to watch the latest episode of Desperate Housewives and have it automatically flash on screen? I had to find out.
Day one is winding down at CES, and we're already starting to see some trends emerge. Like, everyone seems to have the flu. And, wow, those are some big-arse TVs. But we've been picking up on a few themes that seem to be emerging after this first official day of CES. Here are the highlights, lowlights, and ultralights that made the biggest impression:
My eyes have never felt so good than when they saw Samsung Super OLED TV. IT WAS SOO CLEAR. I went to go see it up close and it's beaaaautiful. Seriously, you'll see its gorgeousness in the video above but it's even better looking in person. Criminally good lookin'.
Samsung's new and supposedly snazzy Smart TV, the UNES8000, promises to use voice and face recognition to let you control your TV without any remotes. You know, the future of TV interfaces, according to a lot of companies lately.
If you want to get a sense of just how massive LG Display's new 84-inch Ultradefinition 3DTV is, check out this shot. That tiny-looking TV on the left? It's a ridiculously big 60 inches, dwarfed by LG's 4K monster.
Today during Sony's CES press conference, Sir Howard Stringer oh-so-casually dropped news about this prototype Crystal LED display they have in the works. As it turns out, it's probably the coolest thing Sony has at CES.