At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, LG revealed it would ship a 65-inch Ultra High Definition 4K OLED (organic light emitting diode) TV by the end of 2014. Now, thanks to a leak, we know the retail price of the item will be $8,999, but it will sell for $6,999.
LG says that it has now reached a new milestone, the sale of one millions webOS televisions after making its first set of the TVs available in March. The new LG Smart+ TVs with webOS were introduced at CES 2014 in January before they were actually sold to consumers. That means it took just over two months for LG to sell one millions webOS televisions and the company now has an updated goal, 10 million sales by the “first half of 2015″.
Sony has been pushing costly OLED TVs since 2008 but over time, it has become clear to many manufacturers that particularly with 4K panels, LED or LCD makes more sense. Not only are 4K LED TVs cheaper than their OLED alternatives, they are easier to manufacture and generally last longer.
Are you one of those poor souls who still pays for cable TV? Do you hate the whole experience of being a Comcast customer? A new survey reveals just how bad the ever-growing cable giant is at, you know, servicing you.
Today’s best deals on electronics and games, handpicked from all over the web
We’re in the office today, but we hope you are one of those lucky Americans with the day off. So we figured, why not bring you some links to today’s best electronics deals on the internet?
Some awesome electronics deals from around the internet for Valentine’s Day 2014.
We’re always scouring the internet for cool deals on consumer electronics… here’s what we’ve got for you today.
If you’ve been thinking of making the leap to a 4K Ultra HD TV but you’ve been worried about your pornography’s resulting resolution, fear not! I mean what good is phenomenal resolution without, well, porn? In the past, it’s always porn that brings new technological developments to the next level. Why do you think the internet is so popular? Think about it.
CES 2014: Samsung to Release 85-inch Bendable UHD TV, 105-inch Curved UHD TV on the second half of 2014
That 98-inch 8K TV Samsung is showcasing at the CES isn’t the biggest screen they have. The Korean giant also has the first curved ultra HD in the market and we just learned it will be released in the second half of 2014. This means retailers would be receiving the 105-inch curved UHD TV together with the 85-inch TV either in summer or during the holiday season we saw earlier this week in Vegas.
One of the great things about smartphones and tablets is the portable size. But sometimes their screens just feel too small for when you want to kick back and enjoy some entertainment. Oh sure, you can get an HDMI cable and/or adapter to hook it up to your TV, but who wants to deal with cables anymore?
CES 2014 is just around the corner so we’re expecting a barrage of tech news and announcements. One of the bigger companies showing off 4K streaming at the CES in Las Vegas is YouTube. No, the Google-owned video sharing website isn’t releasing its own 4K Ultra TV but it’s finally supporting the hi-def streaming technology.