Displaying items by tag: SUHD

Friday, 14 October 2016 10:22

Samsung adds 'Atmos-phere' (review)

I had a wonderful three-hour ménage à quatre recently. Me, and Sammie – well her 88” SUHD TV, Dolby ATMOS 5.1.4 Soundbar, and UBD-K8500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player. It was divine.

Published in Entertainment

If you’ve been waiting for Samsung’s 2016 range of SUHD 4K models to arrive before choosing which new TV to buy, Samsung's new range was launched in Australia last night.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 11 May 2016 22:34

Samsung says four times HD is SUHD better

Samsung launched its 2016 SUHD – that’s 4K – range of televisions, sound bars, and 4K Blu-ray player to a multitude of media tonight (Wednesday) – the general opinion is that it continues to lead the pack.

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Australia’s first UHD, 4K resolution, HRD compatible Blu-Ray player quietly hit the shelves last week. The incredible image quality and reasonable price make this the one to buy – even if you don’t yet have a 4K TV.

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If you thought a 55” screen was big enough Samsung has blown that out of the water with a SUHD smartTV that is three times larger - 170” or 14’ or 4.32m.

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Ok, so it’s not SKINET: Samsung’s Korean Internet of New Things, or SKYNET from the Terminator series; it’s a realistic start for Samsung’s IoT revolution.

Published in Internet of Things
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 10:11

Got a lazy $25K for a Samsung 88” SUHD TV?

Just when you thought it was hard to improve on a TV set Samsung has lifted the bar with its prestige line-up of 4K SUHD curved TVs.

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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 03:15

VIDEO: Samsung launches new SUHD 4K TVs for 2015

Samsung’s 2015 4K SUHD TVs have arrived in Australia, promising a ‘significant evolution in the colour and picture quality’ to deliver its best TVs yet.

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