The one company big in OLEDs is now going big on quantum dots to take on rival Samsung.
A new breed of quantum dots enables Samsung's 2017 smart TVs to reach new heights in color gamut and brightness, according to Samsung at least.
Sony has forsaken quantum dots and OLED technology to follow its own path to color and HDR.
This is the only Blu-ray player we've seen that can also play DSD audio files, but don't pay the premium price unless you can take full advantage of its advanced features.
You don't get a lot of extra features, but this player delivers excellent performance on both the video and audio fronts.
A curved screen? Meh. But HDR and quantum dots result in an LCD TV that gives uber-expensive OLED technology a run for its money.
The Arlo Pro features a host of improvements, including two-way audio and a rechargeable battery.
This stylish $80 outdoor Bluetooth speaker features easy pairing via NFC. For being small, it produces a good amount of bass, but as with many water-resistant speakers, the upper mids and highs are muddled.
By replacing every fourth red, green, or blue subpixel with a white one, LG boosts the brightness of its 6100-, 6500-, and 6800-series models. The trick works, but it sacrifices resolution.
But when it comes to bass, this speaker delivers a little too much of a good thing.
With an integrated Wi-Fi hot spot and the Plex media server, this drive lets you take all your shows (and all your tunes) on the road.
Setting up a smart-home system might not be simple, but this innovative device could make it a whole lot easier to use.
Though it reminds us of Altec Lansing's Lifejacket II and has the same mounting hard point, this larger weatherized, Bluetooth speaker has the same clarity with more bottom end.
High dynamic range (HDR) TV is here and it looks great. But it's in its early stages, and there's a potential format war brewing.
With metadata galore, and on-demand coverage of star athletes, X1 is a worthwhile upgrade for Olympics addicts.