This week Samsung showed off its 105-inch Ultra HD TV, the UN105S9W, for a whopping $120,000. That’s a television that costs as much as a BMW, a really, really nice BMW M5. We might remember the CES 2014 sneak peak … Continue reading →
The Chromecast in short: a 35 dollar, 2.5 inch dongle that plugs into your TV via HDMI and is able to sling content onto the big screen from your favorite smart device, tablet or computer! Finally, a Google browser on your TV! Believe it or not, this design has been quite challenging for the tech industry, yet is now easily able to manipulate, without the (sometimes annoying) laptop-to television set up process.
With the Ultra HD display killing it with a 3840 by 2160 pixels (that's 140 per inch) 10-bit RGB panel (meaning a billion colors), and LED backlit! Imagine the color depth you would experience, full of vibrancy, and with 176-degree wide viewing angles on both planes, the shift in color is minimal; while the perfect ratio of brightness and gray-to-gray transition ensures smooth, naturally responding hues.
Microsoft’s first new Xbox in eight years was officially announced today, streaming live from Xbox.com as well as a few other sites. From all the rumored next-generation names we had heard so far, such as the 720, Durango or … Continue reading →
Parts-people just finished the filming of 16 different informational videos for eHow.com. They had a list of videos that needed to be made on a number of laptop topics. Here are some of them: How to watch TV on your … Continue reading →