HDR

  • Review: BenQ’s TK800 4K HDR projector for your home

    Review: BenQ's TK800 4K HDR projector Posted by Jason Cartwright on June 11, 2018. 1 BenQ continue to expand their lineup of projectors and their latest one for the home is the TK800. It features 4K image quality, with a HDR support, a compact design and bold face, along with...
  • VLC 3.0 Vetinari is out, 3 years in the making

    If you want a cross-platform application that’s capable of playing basically any video format ever created, then you want VLC. Today we VideoLan have released the next major full version release, VLC 3.0 for Windows (32/64-bit and ARM), as well as macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Android TV, Apple TV,...
  • 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...
  • LG’s stunning 4mm, 65″ 4K OLED ‘Wallpaper TV’ is yours for A$13,499

    At CES this year, LG stole the show with a TV that hangs on the wall like a picture. The thing we didn’t know is how much and when they’d be available in Australia, that ends now. The 65″ OLED65W7T  costs A$13,499 and is available the first week of April...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Inside the creative minds at Netflix

    During CES earlier this month, I had a chance to sit down with Netflix and tap their minds about the entertainment and video industries, and discuss some upcoming changes that will roll out later this year. Netflix says we’ve spent a decade adding more pixels to displays, but there’s...
  • Optical not dead yet. Panasonic has a prototype UHD HDR Blu-ray player

    As technology surges forward with violent force, there’s a few casualties along the way. Over the years we’ve seen many media types disappear and be replaced by technically superior alternatives. CDs were outclassed by the storage size of DVDs, and when we hit the limits of size on DVDs,...