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Displaying items by tag: Televisions

LG has held its annual Innofest event in Australia for the first time, showcasing its amazing range of connected home appliances, while focusing on the 2019 TVs and Sound Bars it is launching in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung has finally made a genuinely great, all-round TV. Is it even a better buy than LG's all-conquering OLED?

Monday, 25 September 2017 12:01

ACCC to appeal LG decision by Federal Court

The competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), is appealing against the High Court’s decision dismissing its allegations that LG Electronics made false or misleading representations to consumers about repair, replacement or refund rights in relation to faulty televisions.

Published in Strategy

Don’t dump your old TVs or other tech gear by the road, or illegally - you can drop them off free nationwide, but many don’t know this or are worried about their data.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 18 August 2015 12:51

Online sales growth for Dick Smith group

The Dick Smith electronics retail group has seen solid growth in its online business over the past 12 months, with online sales now comprising 8% of total retail sales across the Australian business.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 13 May 2015 13:45

Panasonic launches 2015 VIERA LED LCD 4K TVs

Over 60% of Panasonic’s 2015 TV range is 4K, with Firefox OS ‘beyond smart’ interface, quad-core processing, a Netflix button, TV Anytime, anywhere and more.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 04 October 2013 09:32

Kogan's new-look HDMI Dongle

Web-only electronics retailer Kogan has revealed a new version of its Smart TV HDMI Dongle, this time with a quad-core CPU for better performance.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 25 July 2013 11:25

Google aiming for game changer with Chromecast

Google is making another attempt to get into your living room, announcing a low-cost Apple TV competitor known as Chromecast.

Published in Entertainment

The stars of Sony's latest range of TVs are what the company claims to be the first 55in and 65in 4K models in the country, but there are also some interesting features in the new lineup of HD models.

Published in Entertainment
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Monday, 05 November 2012 14:23

Got a lazy $25K? Sony has a 4K TV for you

Sony's new 84in 4K TV costs a whopping $24,999 - but you will get premium customer service as well as a high-quality picture.

Published in Entertainment
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Wednesday, 25 July 2012 09:07

Kogan hatches Collingwood TV

One of the definitions of a bogan involves owning a TV that's wider than your washing machine, and if that's true there are an awful lot of bogans in Australia (including this writer).

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 09 May 2011 15:42

OHKI adds name brands to store

One of Australia's newer online retailers is diversifying into branded goods.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 02 December 2010 13:28

Kogan claims a world first with LivePrice

At a global live press conference moments ago Internet entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan unveiled LivePrice, claimed to be a world first pricing model that allows online shoppers to get the best deals on the latest technology.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 04 January 2010 10:06

Digital cameras top thieves' hit list

A major insurer says electronic gadgets including cameras and MP3 players have displaced jewellery as the items most commonly stolen.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 12 June 2009 15:44

New LCD TVs compete where it hertz

The launch of Sony’s new Z5500 series 52 inch LCD TV and its “2nd-generation 200Hz” technology is competing with LG’s new 200Hz models, while Samsung and Panasonic are upping the plasma ante with “600Hz”screens they naturally say deliver better picture quality than 200Hz LCDs – but your eyes will have to be the judge!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Panasonic has pushed out a raft of new products for the digital home, including an ultra-thin HD TV with WirelessHD connectivity. But some of them are still months away from the stores.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 24 March 2009 09:36

Sony goes green with energy label scheme

Sony Australia is to roll out the Australian Government’s voluntary energy labelling scheme across its range of BRAVIA LCD televisions.
Published in Deals

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