BuyDig’s official eBay Store is discounting one of Samsung’s newest 50-inch 4K Smart Ultra HDTV w/ HDR support down to $629 shipped. That’s a $120 savings off the regular price at Amazon and most other retail stores. Toss your old HDTV to the curb and bring this beauty home. It has everything you need for a future-proof living room, including 4K resolutions, HDR support, three HDMI inputs and Smart functionality. Amazon customers are loving it: this model is the #1 new release in the TV category alongside a 4.5/5 star rating.
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LG’s line of OLED HDTVs have been the preeminent consumer option in its category for the last few product cycles. Unfortunately, the cost has left it vulnerable to being undercut by bargain focused brands like VIZIO and others. Don’t expect to see a change in 2016 but that doesn’t mean you won’t be longing for this year’s new releases.
HDR Stories January 6, 2016
Sony held its CES 2016 press conference yesterday, taking the opportunity to announce a slew of new products. Sony President Michael Fasulo introduced new 4K BRAVIA Ultra HDTVs, fresh multi-room speakers and a sweet hi-res turntable. Details were also released on a new streaming service from Sony Pictures that will bring “new and classic titles” from its library of films directly to the just-announced televisions. More below.
HDR Stories January 5, 2016
CES 2016 will bring plenty of new 4K UHDTV options this year. We expect many of the new models to feature OLED and HDR capabilities. Just yesterday, Roku announced plans to expand its subsidized line-up of 4K HDR sets. Now, LG has introduced eight new OLED UHDTVs. This new lineup is loaded with high-end features packed into flat and curved designs. Head below to see how LG’s latest stack up.
HDR Stories January 4, 2016
Roku is continuing its expansion in the world of HDTVs as it licenses its technology to manufacturers. After announcing the first 4K sets last year at CES, it is kicking of the 2016 show with news of increased expansion and fresh TCL UHDTVs. All told, Roku plans to release some sixty new models with its built-in OS system in 2016. Brands like TCL, HiSense and Insignia have seen steady growth since introducing its partnership with Roku. According to Roku’s press release, over one million units have shipped.
Head below for more details on upcoming 4K UHDTV releases, plus Roku’s plan for a Reference Series line of products and a deal on the previous generation 48-inch 1080p model.
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