Backing up its hardware
Samsung is finally getting around to backing up its 2016 UHD and HDR TV range by signing deals with European content providers.
Exclusive: Hardware VP9, HEVC 10b too
Intel's Kaby Lake-S chips, which will launch as Core i7 and Core i5 in overclocked and non-overclocked versions, will have an updated GPU. They will be HDR capable and a hardware encoder and decoder support for VP9, HEVC 10b codecs.
Captures in-game screenshots at gigapixel resolutions with HDR
During its Geforce Pascal introduction on Friday, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced Ansel, the “world’s first in-game camera system” that enables two-dimensional and three-dimensional screenshot capturing up to 32 times higher than in-game resolution – from megapixels to gigapixels with a completely adjustable field-of-view (FoV), among other features.
Marco Polo gets it first
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is more familar to gamers than telly watchers. Now Netflix has announced that it supports this feature and first TV show to offer it is Marco Polo.
Pre-orders begin $800 below MSRP
On Wednesday, Sony announced the availability of its latest line of 2016 premium 4K HDR-enabled Ultra High Definition television sets, complete with TRILUMINOS display technology, Sony’s 4K Processor X1 advanced image engine, and the Android TV operating system featuring home automation integration for IoT devices.
MT8581 is shipping in 2016
MediaTek has shown Fudzilla its MT8581 – a highly integrated multimedia system-on-chip for Ultra High Definition (4K) Blu-ray players.
Cortex A53 Quad with Mali T860 GPU
MediaTek has showed us a quad core Cortex A53 based MT5596 running Android TV 6.0 nearly a year after Fudzilla saw Sony's Android TV 5.0 at CES 2015.
4K for nearly everyone
One of the most important developments at CES was Netflix's announcement that it was deploying to 130 countries.
All feature "HDR Plus" technology, IPS panels
In an effort to attract more attention to its brand name just days before the opening day of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the clever marketing team at LG has unveiled details of its premium LED TV lineup for 2016 with the nickname “Super UHD” (Ultra High Definition).
OLED, 4K, HDR, 4.8mm thin. Ingredients for awesome.
After several years of basically no news, the TV market is exciting again. LG wants to be a leader of the pack and they've announced several amazing new products in the 4K OLED HDR TV lineup.