The second generation of Samsung’s AI assistant Bixby will be integrated into various smart home products that the company sell. Samsung fridges, freezers and also TVs will soon get a lot smarter and talkative due to Bixby 2.0 support.
Panasonic’s latest 4K OLED TVs series EZ950 and EZ1000 are now available in New Zealand. Panasonic experimented quite long with its own OLED technology, but now employs a panel supplied by LG.
Apple TV 4K is available in New Zealand at a reasonable price starting at $299. It’s capable of streaming content in 4K format and supports HDR. The question is whether it’s worthwhile purchasing this media player for your home? Let’s have a closer look.
Samsung’s latest 4K UHD TVs are called QLED and challenges OLED TVs from manufacturers like LG. The new QLED series Q7, Q8 and Q9 will launch in April. Continue reading “Samsung QLED TVs Launching in April”
Sony’s new ultra-bright flagship TV ZD9 is available in three different screen sizes: 65, 75 and 100-inch. The new Backlight Master Drive technology enables Sony ZD9 to display objects with incredible brightness and contrast. Each lamp is controlled separately and can, therefore, optimise focus and intensity. Continue reading “Sony ZD9 TV – Redefining Brightness”
Roku has released a new version of its popular streaming stick that replaces the 2014 version. It’s a pocket-sized device used for streaming online content like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube to a large TV screen or LCD monitor. NZ specific content from Lightbox or Neon isn’t supported. Note that access to full Netflix and Hulu content requires a foreign DNS setting in your router. Continue reading “New Roku Streaming Stick Released”
Sony unveiled its two new Bravia TV series in January. The X9300D and X8500D models are large screen, 4K HDR ready TVs and both come with Android TV. Continue reading “New Sony Bravia TVs Coming to NZ”