Vizio is displaying some of its latest TV products at CES 2014 and among the sets on display at the show are the Vizio P-Series. At the show, Vizio has announced the pricing for the new P-Series Ultra HD TV sets. While other manufactures are charging $10,000 or more for their largest 4K TVs, Vizio has announced lower prices for its P-Series.
Toshiba has announced a new display update for a pair of its notebook computers at CES 2014. The machines include the Tecra W50 and the Satellite P50t. The Tecra W50 notebook computer first debuted back in October with a 1920 x 1080 resolution screen. That machine is getting an upgrade.
Today at CES, Sony introduced their new 4K Handycam. Sony’s push for 2014 is bringing 4K across your devices, and while they’ve had a 4K video camera for some time, Sony acknowledges it was a bit out of reach for the average consumer. With that, Sony brought the magic to us, and they’re not asking too much in return.
As the price of 4K televisions drop and related devices expand, the demand for consumer-level Ultra HD camcorders is increasing, with such functionality even making its way onto a few smartphones. Today Sony has introduced, in addition to its latest Action Cam model, the FDR-AX100, it's first compact 4K Handycam camcorder.
When it comes to 4K monitors, the first thought many have is cost. With such a dense resolution and cutting edge technology, they usually cost quite a bit. Lenovo’s ThinkVision 4K monitor is a breath of fresh air, bringing an absolutely stunning display at a really reasonable price. We have had the monitor for a little while, and we must say, we’re impressed.
LG will be one of the electronics firms that is showing off its high-end TV tech at CES 2014. When the show kicks off next week LG plans to show off its full line of curved OLED TVs. Among the products that LG will be showing off is the world's largest 77-inch 4K curved Ultra HD OLED TV.
Samsung has TV that fit into just about ever niche on the TV market. The company makes cheap TVs that have small screens catering to people on a budget along with medium and large size conventional sets. Samsung also has a line of massive TVs aimed at the ultra high-end segment of the TV market where you have to be rich to play.
Earlier this evening, LG announced what it says is the world's largest curved Ultra HD television, which it will be showing off at the quickly approaching CES 2014. Not to be left out of the mix, Samsung has now revealed its own offering: a 105-inch curved Ultra HD television which it also calls a world's first. Which of the two officially qualifies for the title is left up to debate, but regardless this beast will be making its public debut at the upcoming tech show.
Whilst gearing up for CES 2014, LG has announced that it will be showing off its first curved Ultra HD television, something that is being hailed as the first ever curved 4K TV with a 21:9 aspect ratio. This follows recent announcements by LG that includes its all-in-one running Chrome OS, as well as some new UltraWide monitors that will also be debuted at the upcoming tech event.