Just because your TV says it has a refresh rate of 120Hz or 240Hz, does that mean it's actually refreshing at 120Hz or 240Hz? Not necessarily. One of the latest techniques is using different technology to approximate the effect of a higher refresh rate, without actually driving the TV at the higher rate.
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Telus has confirmed the launch of 4K HDR content through its Optik TV service, which is available to customers in Western Canada.
If you love those mini trailer video previews that appear as soon as you log into your Netflix account, you will love that Netflix is now bringing the experience to mobile devices.
Once major rivals in the consumer technology retailing space, Amazon and Best Buy have turned heads by announcing that the companies will be partnering up to sell Amazon's new Fire TV Edition smart TVs.
ViewSonic Corp. has introduced a high brightness DLP 4K Ultra HD home projector, the VPX747-4K, which delivers 4K Ultra HD (3,840x2,160) resolution at a brightness level of 3500 lumens.
While The Frame from Samsung isn't quite state-of-the-art, it's a very good TV. Its signature feature - the ability to display static art when it's not being used for video - makes it the coolest TV on the planet right now.
Optoma has launched the next-generation model to its successful ZU650 and ZU650+ projectors, the Optoma ProScene ZU660, which is aimed at the ProAV market.
Amazon has launched the Echo Spot, its newest addition to the Echo family, in Canada.
Onkyo USA has announced the addition of two new 7.2-channel network AV receivers to its lineup: the TX-NR686 and the TX-NR585.
Vizio's 2018 line-up of television will include the company's new SmartCast OS, which affords access to popular apps on the big screen, and supports voice for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
Roku, Inc. has confirmed that Sanyo is now part of the Roku TV licensing program. Funai Corporation expects to ship the first Sanyo Roku TVs in Canada this quarter.