4K

  • Review: Hisense 55″ Series 7 4K ULED TV

    When you’re shopping for a new TV, you’re buying a 4K TV, but not all are created equal. This means choosing the right brand, model, feature set and price point to match your personal situation is incredibly important. While the big names still dominate the industry, there’s some smaller,...
  • Sony wants to make your bedroom a 4K HDR cinema

    Sony have launched a new native 4K HDR Ultra Short Throw home theatre projector (VPL-VZ1000ES). The latest model uses an innovative laser light source and supports the all important High Dynamic Range (HDR) at a native 4K resolution. The projector can be positioned as little as just 6 inches away from...
  • Logitech’s BRIO 4K webcam, coming to Australia in late March for A$379.95

    Logitech have announced local release and pricing details of their most sophisticated webcam yet. The Logitech BRIO 4K Pro Webcam may be the best webcam ever created. The BRIO is a powerhouse webcam for business and home-office users, streamers, YouTubers and anyone else looking for ultimate picture quality. If you thought...
  • Review: BenQ W11000 4K projector for your home

    BenQ make a lot of projectors, from small, light portables, to full on professional installations, but there’s a new projector that stands out, the W11100. This is the first DLP 4K projector for consumers. Across the industry projector manufacturers have been slow to implement 4K while their biggest competitor,...
  • BenQ deliver a 4K projector

    When it comes to the largest screen in the home, projectors offer the biggest of the big. The problem with projecting up to and over 100″ images is that 1080p quality simply isn’t enough. Strangely the projector market has been slow to add 4K resolution to their spec sheet,...
  • Xbox One S available from August 2nd

    Last month, the the Xbox One S was announced, a smaller, and more powerful console that is capable of 4K video playback. After a pretty positive reception, many gamers wondered when they’d get their hands on one, well we now have the answer. The Xbox One S will be available in Australia...
  • New Xbox One S, adding 4K HDR support, has NBN implications

    The Xbox One first launched on November 22, 2013 and less than 3 years later, it’s getting 40% smaller and more powerful with the Xbox One S. The upgraded Xbox details have leaked ahead of Microsoft’s E3 press conference tomorrow morning. As expected, the new Xbox One will add support for...
  • NBN promote 8K TV, day after Barnaby Joyce says nobody wants 1Tbps NBN

    The nbn have just published a pretty fantastic post that looks at connected tech trends that will see us consuming even more data in the future. This amazingly timed article comes the day after our Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, appeared on the ABC’s QandA program and told Australia...
  • Samsung’s 2016 TV lineup: Australian prices and availability detailed

    Samsung latest and greatest TV products have just received Australian pricing and availability. The range that was announced in January at CES are widely regarded as Samsung’s best, so naturally you’ll want to know price and availability of the new range. Samsung are promoting their incredible picture quality with their 2016...