CES2019

  • LGs hideaway OLED TV solves a problem you don’t have

    During CES today, LG made headlines for their showcase of a TV that retracts away into a box, rolling up in a relatively small space. While technically impressive, the display aims to solve a problem that you simply don’t have. LG’s Signature OLED TV R (model number 65R9) can...
  • Get ready, 8K TVs are coming! TCL 8K 75″ TV coming Australia in July

    The CES TV war is well and truly underway. TCL have announced its 2019 TV range and we’ve got the Australian details for you. TCL’s new lineup will feature a range of brand-new 75″ TV with 8K, one of the first to be available in the country. I’m very...
  • Nvidia announce affordable RTX2060 GPU

    NVIDIA have announced today the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060. This new, more affordable GPU, puts the latest performance architecture, within the reach of tens of millions PC gamers worldwide. The big news here is that the RTX 2060 GPU can deliver exceptional performance on modern games, with graphics enhanced...
  • Hisense just announced a 100″ 4K Laser TV ahead of CES

    We knew TVs would be large this year and Hisense have just announced a massive one that we can confirm is coming to Australia. Hisense announced a new Series L, 100″ 4K Smart Dual Colour Laser TV with HDR. The display combines cinema grade technology, sophisticated smarts and a...
  • Samsung’s new monitors let you reclaim your desk

    Ahead of CES 2019, Samsung have announced a new Space Monitor (SR75). Available in both 27 and 32″, the display is mostly unique thanks to it’s stand. which Samsung says is designed to allow you to reclaim your desk, or desk space. When you setup your workspace, you typically...
  • What to expect at CES 2019: 5G, 8K, AI and much more

    The largest consumer electronics show on the planet is rapidly approaching, with CES 2019 being held in Las Vegas from Wednesday 9th January, to Saturday, 12th of Jan. Each year we see a barrage of new products announced, to be released later this year. Each year there are different...
  • Nissan bringing Augmented Vision to CES

    Nissan have announced it will unveil their future vision for a vehicle that helps drivers “see the invisible” by augmenting the real world, creating the ultimate connected-car experience. Invisible-to-Visible, or I2V, is a future technology created through Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for changing how cars are powered,...