Panasonic has announced its first OLED television, the 4K TX-65CZ950, will be available in Europe starting in October.
The company’s 2014 flagship, dubbed the Reference Series, combines a host of enhancements and offers a truly gigantic 120-inch size in support of its bombastic claim.
The pinnacle of LG’s 2016 OLED TV lineup, the G6 series offers the same picture quality as less-expensive models in a sleeker, thinner design.
The Chinese manufacturer, best known in the US for its cut-rate TVs, will introduce a flagship-level TV with all the fixins in 2016, including Dolby Vision, quantum dots and a curved screen.
Chinese TV maker Hisense is looking to improve the perception of its TVs in the US with its latest ULED TV, combining all the most cutting-edge extras in a high-end model.
Sharp’s newest flagship TVs deliver all of the cutting-edge features found on competitors’ flagships, commanding a high price and promising better picture quality than ever.
4K TVs are getting cheaper than ever, and Chinese brand Hisense is among the least expensive. Its newest models start at $400 for 43 inches.
Last year LG’s OLED TVs ruled the picture-quality roost, but archrival Samsung has been hard at work beefing up its LED LCD-based SUHD sets to compete. They’ve also added Smart Home and improved home-theater control.
iFit’s upcoming NordicTrack Escape Treadmill incorporates a 60-inch curved 4K OLED TV to enhance the illusion that you’re running in exotic locations.
The Sharp Aquos LC-80XU930X is a 4K Android-powered TV that uses a technology that upscales its resolution to 8K.