4K TVs are visual deliciousness in a box but are a little (to put it lightly) out of reach for peasants like us as they come with a price tag either equal to the cost of a car or are only considered cheap because they're graciously not priced like a car. Eyegasms ain't cheap friends. But one company whose name I'm not…
I know, I know. We all want to enjoy a gorgeous OLED TV or eat 4K visual deliciousness in our living room but those sets are ridiculously expensive and going to be pretty unrealistic for a long while. The best TV at the moment is the Panasonic VT50, a plasma screen, but we all know people's eyeballs have their own…
When we saw the gorgeous Samsung Super OLED TV at CES, we were stunned. We wanted it in our living room. We thought about stealing it. We wanted to buy it but turns out, we can't afford it. It's going to be $9,000.
The Canon EOS-1D C is the 4K DSLR that many filmmakers have been clamoring for. It costs $15,000, which means you can't afford it. Bummer? Hardly. Canon's paving the road to a beautiful super-high-resolution future. Get excited.
My eyes have never felt as good as when they saw Samsung's Super OLED TV. IT WAS SOO CLEAR. It's beaaaautiful. Seriously, you'll see just a shadow of its gorgeousness in the video above. Criminally good lookin'.
Samsung's new and supposedly snazzy Smart TV, the UNES8000, promises to use voice and face recognition to let you control your TV without any remotes. You know, the future of TV interfaces, according to a lot of companies lately.
If you want to get a sense of just how massive LG Display's new 84-inch Ultradefinition 3DTV is, check out this shot. That tiny-looking TV on the left? It's a ridiculously big 60 inches, dwarfed by LG's 4K monster.
In about a week, there's gonna be a firehose of gadgets coming at you, and let's hope they're all as easy on the eyes as these early arrivers from Samsung, especially the monstrously expensive but apparently very good Series 9 Monitor.
Because they have nothing better to do, Sharp went ahead and crammed 33,177,600 pixels into a prototype 85-inch display— a resolution of 7680x4320 with a pixel density of 103ppi—labeled it SUPER HI-VISION and called it a day.
Sony Japan has announced three new Bravia models that include 500GB hard drives—and let users record "up to" 65 hours of high-definition television directly to HD. The LED-backlit TVs also support external USB hard drives, with users able to connect additional storage to record on once the built-in drive's full. Plus…
Wow. The TV manufacturers of the world just excreted a gajillion alphanumerically named HDTVs at CES. We cruised the booths, parsed the display technologies, connectivity features, claimed performance and specs, and found the one we think is the best.
Sony's TV lineup runs deep—as usual. Twenty seven new sets! But the star is the XBR-HX929, a 3d-capable LCD with local dimming backlights, and many internet streaming services. It can even name tunes in movies using gracenote.
Phew! What a year. We're in the home stretch of 2010, and that means it's (sorta last minute) shopping time. So we've got you covered. Below is our freshly updated best of the best in gadgets—with new champions!
Technology's about a lot more than buying stuff—but let's be honest, we all love our gadgets. So we're here to help you find the best of the best—laptops, cameras, phones, and a lot more.
One anonymous director's new home theater is actually aboard a Gulfstream III. He'll reportedly use it to screen movies while zipping from coast to coast. The 42-inch screen is the largest HD LCD monitor ever installed on a Gulfstream.
Panasonic has finally added Netflix, that most enjoyable and effective of time wasters, to VIERA CAST-enabled HDTVs and Blu-ray disc players. It joins Skype, Twitter, Pandora, and the other usual suspects. Fortunately (or unfortunately, if you have a lot of stuff to get done), a boatload of new movies from Paramount,…
Sony's just-released TVs are well rounded, even if the KDL-60NX810, KDL-55NX810 and KDL-46NX810 are typically named like droids. But they're not breaking any ground on anything. They're just below flagship XBR lines.
"What gadget should I get?" is a timeless question. To answer it, here's our current leaderboard of favorite gadgets, including smartphones, laptops and cameras—updated with the latest and greatest.