If you buy a Smart TV, you’re going to have the Netflix app, but not all Netflix experiences are created equal. Today, Netflix have announced their 2018 recommendations for TVs that are faster and easier to use than ever. When you see the “Netflix Recommended TV” logo, it means that device...
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    Hisense have just had their press conference at the CES 2018 and announced its first OLED TV. This joins the company’s popular ULED 4K range. Last year the company added QLED panels to their premium end of the range, but in 2018, that’s now OLED. Head of Marketing at...
  • Samsung just announced a 146″ TV, the size of a wall

    Sorry LG, 88″ isn’t cool anymore, check out this insane 146″ TV from Samsung, just announced at CES. It’s literally called “The Wall” and is the world’s first consumer modular MicroLED 146-inch TV. The modular, self-emitting MicroLED 146” TV display was featured alongside Samsung’s latest innovations in display technology, demonstrating how television...
  • Unboxing a Samsung Q7F 65″ QLED TV

    Some days are better than others. Yesterday was one of the better ones when a Samsung Q7F 65″ QLED TV was delivered. After reviewing the TV earlier in the year, I was seriously impressed, impressed enough to invest my money in buying it. My wife and I are around...
  • Hisense’s new high-end Series 8 and 9 ULED TVs now available

    Back at the F1 Grand Prix in March, Hisense brought along a couple of their very latest top-end TVs. These premium TV offerings from Hisense are known as the 65” Series 8 and the mega 75” Series 9 ULEDs which are now now available in electronics retailers across the country....
  • Kogan unveils new affordable range 4K TVs, 55″ has 120Hz refresh rate

    Kogan.com have just announced a new range of Kogan Agora Smart 4K LED TVs. In typical Kogan form, they’re pitching these UHDTVs as affordable for everyone. Typically that’s meant they’ve really skimped on features, in particularly, refresh rate, however this time round, there’s a difference. The new TVs range from...
  • Netflix adding new format, choose your own adventure, interactive stories

    Have you ever watched a show, fallen in love with the characters and you could determine the outcome? Well Netflix have just announced a new format for shows that’ll do just that. Thanks to the bi-directional capabilities of IPTV, Netflix will prompted users to make decisions about the direction...
  • 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,...
  • Freeview Plus gets a UI upgrade

    Freeview Plus is the service you get when modern TV’s or set top boxes. The service is typically accessed by pressing the green or red button on your remote and to be honest has had a pretty average (often slow) UI. Today that design upgrade has been revealed. Freeview...
  • Foxtel Now replaces Foxtel Play, now starts just $10pm

    If you’ve considered getting Foxtel in the past, you were likely scared off by the steep entry cost. Thankfully that’s all changed with Foxtel rebranding their internet-delivered service, Foxtel Play and Foxtel Go, no into a single combined brand of Foxtel Now. While there’s a new name and a new logo,...

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