TCL’s 43-inch Class 5-Series 4K UHD Roku Smart TV is a FullView display with a dark finish and jewel eye power button lend style as well as sophistication to your home theater, all for $220.99 shipped after clipping the on-page coupon, this weekend only, originally $499.99. Its smart functionality offers the best way to watch all of your favorite content – whether you stream it, pay for a cable / satellite subscription, or use the built-in tuner to enjoy free over-the-air channels. Product page. Read more for a video review and additional information.
TCL’s 55″ Class 6-Series 4K UHD QLED Roku Smart TV has all you need to stream your favorite shows / movies, and it’s being offered for just $467.49 shipped after clipping the on-page coupon ($81.51 discount), today only, originally $649.99. This set uses Dolby Vision to deliver greater brightness and contrast, as well as a fuller palette of rich colors, while TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology individually optimizes the image across up to 120 zones to yield striking contrast between light as well as dark areas. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
LG’s latest Rollable TV measures 65-inches and rolls down when desired or up when not in use, almost like a projector screen, but with incomparable technology. Unfortunately, it’s just a concept for now, while the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R is much closer to being ready for consumer purchase. How so? Well, for starters, users can adjust the aspect ratio to allow for specific cinematic experiences, with Full View, Line View and Zero View options. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Samsung’s all-new Q950 nearly eliminates the bezel around the display to create a screen-to-body ratio of nearly 99 percent, the largest in the market. When watching from 10-15 feet away, consumers experience a stunning Infinity Screen effect where the bezels seemingly disappear, thus resulting in an even more immersive viewing experience that eliminates the boundaries between the TV and its surroundings. Read more for a first look straight from CES 2020.
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You’ve seen the pictures, now here’s a hands-on look at the insane Samsung Odyssey G9 ultrawide gaming monitor, straight from CES 2020. It’s touted as the first Dual Quad High-Definition (DQHD; 5120×1440 resolution) gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, 32:9 aspect ratio, a deep, an immersive 1000R curvature, and a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2. Read more for the video and additional information.
NVIDIA has just unveiled the world’s fastest eSports display, running at 360Hz, powered by G-SYNC, at CES 2020. They’ve partnered with ASUS to implement this technology, and offer unparalleled smoothness, lower system latency for faster reaction times, as well as a 24.5 inch 1080p form factor to keep every pixel of action in your field of view. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Samsung’s 43-inch 4K “The Sero,” which means “vertical” in Korean, can be pivoted between horizontal and vertical orientations – just like a smartphone or tablet. It’s designed for social media apps like TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and more. The orientation technology connects seamlessly with users’ mobile devices to smoothly and naturally display content in traditional horizontal formats, as well as vertical formats designed for mobile consumption. The display was made available in South Korea last year, and Samsung is set to expand The Sero’s availability to several global markets in 2020. Read more for a hands-on video direct from CES 2020.
Samsung’s all-new G9 is the world’s first Dual Quad High-Definition (DQHD; 5120×1440 resolution) gaming monitor to feature a rapid, 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, 32:9 aspect ratio, a deep immersive 1000R curvature, and a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2. Quantum dot technology combined with an HDR1000 VA panel produces lifelike colors in vivid detail like you’ve never seen before. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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At CES 2019, LG introduced the Signature Series OLED TV R, a 65-inch display that rolled up and down from a brushed aluminum base. This year, the company plans to debut a 65-inch UHD OLED display that rolls down from the ceiling. In other words, users will be able to pull it down when desired and roll it up when not in use to maximize space. Read more for a video of the OLED TV R and additional information.
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Samsung is looking to make a big splash at CES 2020 in Las Vegas next week, starting with a new bezel-less 8K TV. 4K Filme has allegedly obtains some leaked images of the Q900T / Q950T, and it’s probably as close to a zero-bezel TV as possible, minus a small chin. Buyers will be able to choose from either a soundbar-friendly stand or a gap-free wall mount. Read more for a picture of the wall-mount.