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Panasonic announced at CES 2018 that its new OLEDs would be the first in the industry to support the HDR10+ standard, the open alternative to Dolby Vision.
Sonos Play:1 is highly rated on Amazon, where its typical list price of $200 has been reduced 31% to $138, for a limited time.
You won't see Dolby Vision or quantum dots at this price point, but you will at least get HDR.
Both its 5000- and 6000-series smart TVs will deliver wide color gamut and Dolby Vision HDR. The 6000 series gets built-in Roku.
Samsung and LG are both talking about 8K at this week's CES, but don't get too excited just yet.
The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. And Apple might never be able to take the lead.
Now you can ask Siri to show your Netgear Arlo Baby camera's live feed thanks to Apple HomeKit compatibility.
Samsung’s Harman group is playing the field, building smart speakers with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana.
There's not a lot different in Sony's 2018 TV lineup, and that's not a bad thing.
Lenovo's Smart Display line puts Google Assistant on 8- and 10-inch touchscreen. The result is a smart home sidekick with AI features tied to all the major Google services.
Echo Dot is a voice-controlled device that uses Alexa to play music, control smart home devices, provide information, read the news, set alarms, read audiobooks from Audible, and more. Buy 3 and get $20 off your cart, or buy 6 and get one Dot free.
Hisense has upped its game with quantum dot color. Dolby Vision is supported by the top two models in the line, which also offer the full array of Google TV and IoT services.
Samsung's new display technology mixes elements of LCD, OLED, and public display.
Like OLEDs, mLEDs enable deeper blacks because they don't need a separate backlight.
This compact surge protector provides 600 joules of protection, 3 outlets, and a folding wall tap plug. Two USB ports (2.1 Amp) charge personal electronics, including smartphones, digital cameras, MP3 players, and other devices.