by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 11/02/2023
Choosing the right TV is never easy. With so many factors to consider and so many options to choose from, it’s hard to know where to begin and what to look for. To help make your TV-shopping experience a little less intimidating and (hopefully) a lot more enjoyable, we’ve compiled a list of all the important questions you need to ask yourself before making your next TV purchase. What Size TV Should You Get? When it comes to television
by John Foldi ·Posted 03/24/2023
Sony recently announced its 2023 lineup of BRAVIA XR TVs: the OLED A80L, QD-OLED A95L, and X90L with Full Array LEDs, as well as the X93L and
by John Foldi ·Posted 01/04/2023
In celebration of the OLED TV’s 10th anniversary, LG reminisced about previous milestones—such as the rollable SIGNATURE OLED R and bendable OLED Flex—and set a new one with the introduction of the wireless M3. LG also expanded nearly every aspect of the existing Z3, G3, and C3 OLED evo lines for the new year, improving internal processing, enhancing the webOS platform, and other updates. If LG’s 2023 offerings are any indication, the future looks as bright as its OLED self-lit pixels. LG SIGNATURE OLED M3 The star of the show was the huge 97
by Rich R ·Posted 03/26/2020
If you’re buying a new TV and haven’t kept up with the technology over the past few years, new terms like OLED, HDR, UHD, VRR, and others can seem like indecipherable gibberish. My goal with this guide is to explain what OLED is, how it differs from other technologies on the market, and what you should look for when shopping for one. OLED Picture Quality Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology is, as its name implies, an organic-based display technology in which each individual pixel has the capability to light itself; in cases where it