Saturday, 08 September 2012
A recent announcement regarding price and availability from LG means Sony's 4K set just isn't looking as exciting. While Sony is going to be asking $25,000 this November, LG is selling its set for a chunk less and a month earlier. The $20,000 4K set uses the same Cinema 3D technology that you'll find in LG's other televisions and Resolution Upscaler Plus for your old HD and SD content. After all, you've got to have something to watch on your new set.
Thursday, 06 September 2012
While others will play around with their reasonably sized 1080p sets, those with $25,000 to drop can pick up a massive 84 inch 4K TV when the Sony XBR-84X900 launches this November. Don't have a 4K source? You're not alone. Luckily, Sony's new set packs the 4K X-Reality PRO picture engine, which upscales your lower definition content.
Sure, we’re all pretty in love with the massive UHDTV that LG is bringing out, but you really can’t have a gigantic set in every room. The problem with smaller sets is that, until now, you’ve had to sacrifice most of the features on your large living room TV, leaving you wanting. LG’s TM2792 changes that up.
If you’re looking for a new set that will blow your friends away, this one will just about do it. The 84LM9600 gives you a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 – the same as most digital movie theaters. It’s also massive, at 84 inches diagonally. There’s no missing this one.
Every once in a while, Samsung releases something very cool for its home country of Korea – something we don't get in the States. The latest is a massive 75" ES9000 Smart TV with LED backlighting and all the things you'd expect from a high-end Samsung set.