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After an exhausting yet exciting first day of CES 2017, and perusing literally hundreds of products, here are my top 5 picks of items that truly stand out amongst them all.
LG Electronics and Dolby Laboratories Inc. have jointly announced the LG UP970 Ultra HD Blu-ray player, LG’s first that will support Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) display, offering increased brightness and contrast as well as a fuller palette of colors.
At CES today, Samsung Electronics Canada announced a breakthrough line of QLED TVs, based on a new type of quantum dot technology that promises a significant advance in color, contrast and brightnes.
Sony Electronics today announced two new series of 4K TVs, including a unique OLED model. It’s also showing a new ultra-short-throw projector, a new Blu-ray player and a range of sound solutions.
Not too long ago, HDMI released HDMI 2.0a, which supports only "static metadata" for its High Dynamic Range (HDR) feature. This means that when you are watching a UHD movie with HDR data, it uses one overall HDR grading for the entire movie. With HDMI 2.1, the HDR data, or "metadata," to be exact, can be dynamic.
Claiming the title of “America’s fastest growing TV brand,” TCL Corporation today at CES unveiled a series of 4K TVs featuring Roku integration and support for Dolby Vision high dynamic range display.
At CES in Las Vegas today, Ricoh Company Ltd. announced what it terms "the industry's first camera capable of delivering up to 24 continuous hours of fully spherical, 360-degree live video streams."
At CES 2017 today, Epson America Inc. introduced what is billed as “its slimmest ultra-portable projector to date.” The PowerLite 1700 Series includes four models especially suitable for business travel.
At CES this week, LG Electronics will be showcasing its new third-generation lineup of LCD-based Super UHD TVs, featuring Nano Cell technology.
Introduced last year, Netflix is bringing back its early New Year's countdowns for kids, which will allow parents to celebrate the "new year" with kids at a reasonable hour, then have them safely tucked into bed before the actual stroke of midnight.