This $700 TV blew us away during our real-world viewing. Color is rich and accurate, while contrast and brightness rise well above the median for this price point.
TCL’s mini-LED/quantum dot technology impressed us in the $2,000 65-inch 8-series we tested this last summer, and you’ll find those same technologies in the company’s $700 55-inch 6-series TV. We’re talking darn close to top-tier image quality for basically half what you’d expect to fork over.
While TVs today are getting smarter and larger, not everyone may have the space to even hang such a panel. Read more
Canon has launched the new Canon XF605 4K UHD professional camcorder.. The Canon XF605 offers 4K 4:2:2 10-bit image acquisition combined Read more
In case you haven't noticed, big screen TVs are becoming almost affordable. And by big screen, I mean BIG, as Read more
It’s nice to watch TV in HD, but it could be best if it’s Ultra HD! UHD TV sets a Read more
This is the first Vizio TV we've tested whose processing matches its color and brightness. Vizio’s P-Series TVs have historically Read more
Samsung’s 2021 TV range is now available, pushing 8K and bigger sizes with the TV line-up receiving its biggest revamp Read more
It's a tradeoff between fan noise and performance, but the reduction in noise will likely far outweigh the performance deficit Read more
Most TV manufacturers have chosen Roku TV or Android TV for their smart TV platforms, but Toshiba continues to stick Read more
Walmart's cheap streamers should make Roku and Amazon sweat. If you’re wondering which company makes the best streaming players for Read more
We pit the nominally best camera smartphones from the Android camp against each other for a detailed videography test. You Read more
Samsung has announced that its AU8100 Crystal UHD TV model is now available in the Philippines. According to Samsung, the Read more