For this article, I changed things up a bit and ventured from my usual style of writing. I decided to put together some website article“headlines” from other sources regarding their thoughts on Apple’s latest move into the already heavily populated and competitive video streaming market.
The world’s largest retailer plans to introduce it’s very own and inexpensive, kid-friendly tablet under its ONN store brand, which is part of a broader redesign of its electronics department. The device will be made by a Chinese supplier and run on Google’s Android operating system.
Only one store left in the entire world
It seems like only yesterday when I used to look forward to going to my local Blockbuster video store on a Friday or Saturday night with the family to seek out the latest new releases no DVD or Blu-ray discs. Back then the experience of driving to the video store, walking and browsing the aisles and picking up your movie(s) in person was part of the excitement that made watching movies at home fun and entertaining.
Hisense is a leading Chinese manufacturer that has been in the TV business for quite some time and is currently the No. 3 producer of televisions worldwide. Hisense is also the fastest-growing TV brand of the top 6 brands in the U.S., according to recent data released by NPD Group.
Are Blu-ray’s Days Numbered?
Samsung recently announced it will no longer introduce new Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray player models in the US market, which follows on the heels of former Blu-ray player manufacturer, Oppo Digital, who departed the industry last April.
A Detailed Look at What’s New…
During the month of February, Samsung unveiled its complete line of premium and standard HDTVs. The premium QLED models will consist of five series starting with the flagship 8K Q900 series, and the 4K Q90R, Q80R, Q70R, and Q60R series. Screen sizes will range from 65” to 98-inches for the 8K models, while the 4K models will range from 43-inches, all the way up to a huge 82” screen size.
4K Ultra HD with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision Playback – Hi-Res Sound – 4K VOD Streaming – Alexa/Google Voice Assist
Price – $499.00
LG’s new lineup will offer eight different series and includes the R9, Z9, W9, E9, C9, and B9 OLED displays, and the SM9X and SM8X series which are NanoCell LED/LCD displays.
Download Impressive NASA 8K HDR Video for Free
Sure, 8K TVs were the big rage at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and these stunning picture producing beauties will be available this year for anyone who has the mountains of cash needed to obtain one of these 8K-wonders.