Vizio’s P-Series has been a stand-out performer with their 4K TV lineup’s over the past few years, and with each model year, Vizio has continued to improve on this ever popular series and is poised to deliver the best P-Series yet with this year’s 2018 lineup.
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LG’s premium models for the US market are arriving at your local and online retailers. For 2018, LG will offer nine OLED models and seven Super UHD LED models. The OLED displays will consist of the W8, E8, C8 and B8 series, while the Super UHD models will offer the SK9500, SK9000 and SK8000 series.
Current and Upcoming 2018 US Models
Sony hasn’t released much for this year’s 4K TV lineup and only has three new models currently available. These new displays consists of the A8F (A8F Series), X900F (XBR X900F Series) and X850F (XBR X850F Series).
See What’s New for 2018
Samsung recently had its official unveiling of its new 2018 TV product lineup. This year’s models will be spread across 9 series and feature the flagship QLED TV models and an expanded lineup of UHD, Premium UHD and Ultra-Large Screen TVs.
As expected 2017 was a good year for the continued growth and popularity of 4K Ultra HD TVs. And with a new year upon us, it time for me to reflect on my favorite models from last year.
The future looks bright for televisions equipped with HDR capability; this is according to a recent report by IHS Markit.
The streaming giant has just raised prices on two of its three subscription plans; their Standard plan, which allows simultaneous high-def streams on two screens, has increased from $9.99 to $10.99 a month, while pricing for the Premium plan, which provides access to high-def and 4K Ultra HD streams on up to four screens, has increased from $11.99 to $13.99 a month.
With HDR Capability
There is a new addition to the handful of 4K UHD Blu-ray players currently available… LG has recently launched their UP970 4K UHD Blu-ray player to spin the ever increasing number of 4K Blu-ray discs.
Disney is parting ways with Netflix; on Tuesday the company announced it will be removing its Disney and Pixar films from Netflix.
4K UHD HDR movies are now available for streaming from Google Play in the US and Canada. There are currently several titles you can rent or buy from the popular streaming service. Titles include Kong: Skull Island, The Lego Batman Movie, Pacific Rim and Passengers, just to name a few.