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Roku introduces 4K With HDR TV Sticks and Boxes

roku tv sticks

Roku has updated its range of streaming TV sticks and boxes, they made up for five products in the 2017 series. Four models have refreshed versions of the 2016 Roku TV sticks models with few differences, but pricing is still in the same lower segment. The real news is Roku Streaming Stick+, an HDMI TV stick to take on Google …

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New Amazon Fire TV 2017 Now More Compact, 4K HDR, Priced at $70

New Amazon Fire TV 2017

Along with the Echo Spot, Amazon has launched a new Fire TV 2017 with a much more compact design than the old box. A new device will now support 4K HDR video with 2160p resolution at 60 frames per second. It has Dolby Atmos integration and an Alexa voice remote. New Fire TV can be attached directly to the TV …

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BenQ EX3501R 35-inch Curved Monitor with HDR Announced

BenQ EX3501R

BenQ announced the availability of the EX3501R monitor, a 35-inch curved monitor – curvature is 1800R and the panel uses an AMVA LCD with a resolution of 3400 x 1440 pixels and 21:9 ratio. The BenQ EX3501R also supports AMD FreeSync technology with a fixed refresh rate of 100Hz. The monitor is also suitable to enjoy cinematic content; in fact, …

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Apple TV 4K Pre-Orders Go Live in USA via BHPhoto

apple tv 4k pre-orders

The Apple TV 4K has just launched two days ago, which is now supported HDR or High Dynamic Range videos from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, HDR10, and Dolby Vision. Soon afterward, the Apple TV 4K went on pre-orders through B&HPhoto online store in USA The retailer is taking pre-orders for the Apple TV 4K at $179 for 32GB and …

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Apple TV 4K with HDR: Same iPad Pro SoC and 3GB of RAM

Apple TV 4K price

At the Apple event, the company also announced the new generation Apple TV box. The ultimate product is finally supported for 4K/UHD resolution, with HDR (High Dynamic Range) for best video quality ever, said by Eddy Cue. The Apple TV 4K is getting access to movies in 4K at low-price, and later this year, the company will be bringing live …

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Sony launches New 4K HDR Projectors at Cedia 2017

Sony 4K HDR Projectors

Sony has released the new 4K projector called VPL-VW285ES, supports 200 inches in true 4K HDR and more than four times the resolution of full HD as well as suitable for movies or gaming in huge living room. While for cinema lovers and gamers seeking to advance into mid-level home theater projectors, Sony also announced the new VPL-VW385ES true 4K …

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Benq EX3510R 35-inch Curved Monitor With AMD FreeSync HDR10 Launched

Benq EX3510R

HDR10 technology is not going to be restricted to televisions alone in 2017 as AMD and Nvidia have both unveiled their respective HDR technology for the PC. And now the Benq has dropped a brand new EX3510R curved monitor with HDR10 and AMD FreeSync technology. The Benq EX3510R is 35-inch curved monitor with Low Blue Light technology and has an …

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Philips PUS8602: 55″ and 65″ Ultra HD Android TV with Quantum Dot

Philips PUS8602

Philips will unveil its first UHD television with Quantum Dot technology at IFA 2017 event in Berlin will take place on September 1 to 6. There will be two new models: 55-inch (55PUS8602) and 65-inch (65PUS8602) in Philips PUS8602 TV series. Philips UHD 4K TVs uses Edge LED backlight in combination with a Quantum Dot LC layer. The display with …

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Samsung, Panasonic and Fox Together for HDR10+

HDR10+

20th Century Fox, Panasonic Corporation, and Samsung Electronics have signed a partnership to promote the HDR10 + format. HDR10+ stands out from the basic HDR10 format, for using dynamic metadata (such as Dolby Vision). Metadata is the information that is used for TVs, monitors, and projectors to handle content in HDR. With HDR10+ dynamic tone mapping, every scene is individually …

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Sony Xperia XZ Premium now Supports Netflix HDR

Sony Xperia XZ Premium Camera

Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the second Android smartphone that gets compatibility with Netflix HDR content after its initial debut with the LG G6. But, in this case there is no Dolby Vision certification for Sony, but it’s available on the LG G6. So if you have the most expensive Netflix subscription and you own the latest top flagship of …

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