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Dual UHD 4K USB Docking Station adds two 4K screens to your laptop

Dual UHD 4K USB Docking Station adds two 4K screens to your laptop

Targus and DisplayLink have teamed up for a new USB 3.0 docking station for laptop and desktop users that will support dual 4k monitors. The docking station is the Targus Universal USB 3.0 DV4K Docking Station (DOCK160USZ) and it will support up to 4096x2160 resolution via DisplayPort or HDMI.

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Google Play 4K update beats Apple by a mile

Google Play 4K update beats Apple by a mile

Google Play Movies of all sorts have appeared available for purchase and rental for several Android devices today. These 4K versions of top-tier AAA film releases are appearing on the Google Play store right this minute - though not for all Android devices that support 4K. As Google suggests, Chromecast Ultra, Sony Bravia Android TVs, and Xiaomi's Mi Box 3 will have access right off the bat.

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Hulu 4K streaming: How and what to watch

Hulu 4K streaming: How and what to watch

Hulu has announced that it now supports 4K streaming, just a couple of days after the same announcement came from YouTube. 4K streaming is available today to all Hulu subscribers, but it seems that you'll be limited in what and how you can watch for the time being. In short: if you don't like Hulu's original series or James Bond movies, there isn't much for you to watch in 4K yet.

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YouTube flips the switch on 4K streaming

YouTube flips the switch on 4K streaming

YouTube has supported 4K videos for a number of years now, but today the company is taking us one step further into the high-resolution future by enabling 4K streaming. Starting today, YouTube users will be able to stream both standard and 360-degree videos in 4K. If mere 4K isn't enough to satiate your need for high-quality streaming, you might like to know that YouTube supports these streams in up to 60 frames-per-second.

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PlayStation 4 Pro Review Part 1 – The Big 4K Question

PlayStation 4 Pro Review Part 1 – The Big 4K Question

It’s that time of year again, when gamers wait with bated breath for new treats to fill their holidays. But instead of new gen consoles to drool over or kill for, gamers will, instead, see a refinement. After all, why change a winning, not to mention very profitable, formula? Sony announced the PlayStation 4 Pro last September, and now we’re finally diving deep into what was formerly called the PlayStation Neo. And while we walk through everything that came in the box, as well as some that didn’t, we keep in mind the biggest question of all: is it worth the upgrade?

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LG UltraFine 4K, 5K monitors arrive in time for new MacBooks

LG UltraFine 4K, 5K monitors arrive in time for new MacBooks

Apple may have skipped the rumored new Thunderbolt Display, at least for now, but others more than happy to pick up where Apple left off. LG has just announced two new and large UltraFine displays that take advantage of the new MacBook and MacBook Pro’s capabilities, not to mention the hype surrounding them. The newcomers include what is touted to be the first 5K Thunderbolt 3 monitor, designed specifically with the New MacBook Pro in mind, as well as a 4K USB-C display for the New MacBook.

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LeEco leaks US launch products before announcement event

LeEco leaks US launch products before announcement event

Chinese tech and mobile device company LeEco has been planning an announcement event for October 19th for several weeks now, and it's expected to focus on the US debut of their smartphone and other products. Unfortunately, LeEco has just spoiled its own party by accidentally listing almost every device on its online store yesterday. The links were quickly pulled, but not before eager users could get a good look at specs and pricing details.

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4K Ultra HD Hitachi Roku TVs ship this week

4K Ultra HD Hitachi Roku TVs ship this week

Back in June, we talked a bit about the new Hitachi HD and 4K Roku smart TVs that would be landing in stores around the US this fall. The fall is here and this week is the week that the new 4K Ultra HD Hitachi Roku TV will launch in the US. There will be three new TV models for shoppers to choose from that run the Roku OS.

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Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 VR camera records 360-degree action in 4K

Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 VR camera records 360-degree action in 4K

A new Kodak branded action camera has been unveiled that will record 360-degree VR footage in 4k resolution. The new camera is called the Kodak PixPro 360 4K VR camera and is made by K Imaging Ltd. The camera is a single body design with two 4k fixed focus lenses housed on either side of the camera body.

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LG’s new 77-inch 4K OLED TV available for pre-order

LG’s new 77-inch 4K OLED TV available for pre-order

LG already has already made a line-up of impressive 4K OLED TVs available this year, but now it's ready to top them all with an extra-large 77-inch model. As the latest size in the companies Signature line of televisions, it features both 4K resolution and HDR support, but the massive size comes with a massive price tag: $20,000. If you have the cash, and you're looking to all-in on a 4K set, maybe to take advantage of a new Xbox One S or upcoming PS4 Pro, you might as well really go all-in.

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LG Signature 77″ OLED 4K TV heads to preorder for $20,000

LG Signature 77″ OLED 4K TV heads to preorder for $20,000

LG Electronics USA has a new massive television, and you will be able to order one for yourself starting this upcoming Saturday. The 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV boasts 4K Ultra HD resolution and smart functionality, but it doesn’t come cheap: the model can be preordered soon for $19,999 USD. If that seems steep (it is), keep in mind everything you get with it — in addition to “the most lifelike images on any television,” according to LG, buyers also get LG Signature Concierge, an exclusive service available to registered owners 24/7.

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Sony Blu-ray Player, Home Theater Projector flaunt 4K HDR

Sony Blu-ray Player, Home Theater Projector flaunt 4K HDR

These days, 2K just ain’t enough. Unless you’re talking about smartphones. Heck, even plain 4K might not be! If TV makers are to be asked, 4K HDR is where it’s at, combining the promises of ultra high def resolutions with an ultra high gamut of colors. Of course, that works well for entertainment equipment manufacturers like Sony, who, coincidentally, just announced its first 4K UHD HDR Blu-ray Player, the X1000ES, as well as a brand new 4K UHD HDR Home Theater Projector, the VPL-VW675ES, both taking advantage of the slow but growing number of available 4K content, both on disk and on the Internet.

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