Acer L811 4K ultra-short throw projector & Nitro XV272U KF a 27” WQHD 300 Hz refresh rate monitor announced

Acer has announced three projectors today, two gaming focussed projectors and now the Acer L811, which is a an ultra-short throw projector that offers HDR10-compatible 4K resolution and 3,000 lumens of brightness for an incredible home-theater experience. Capable of offering a 120-inch projection from only 0.312 meters (1.02 feet) the projector defeats the traditional space … Read more

Vamvo L6200 Projector Review – A projector for a budget home cinema set-up

The Vamvo L6200 Projector has a strikingly similar appearance to the GooDee YG620 I reviewed almost a year ago. It is an affordable and well-specced projector that could be a good investment for somewhat to set up a budget home theatre. Specifications Model: Vamvo L6200 Display Technology: LCD Light source: LED Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px … Read more

Best TVs for PS5 / Xbox Series X console gaming at 4K 120Hz with Variable Refresh Rate, eArc and HDMI 2.1

Page 2 has the Sony TVs capable of 4K 120Hz If you have forked out £450 for a brand new Sony or Xbox console, it is likely you want to experience it in the best way possible. With some games offering 4K resolution at 120fps, if you want a TV that is capable of this, … Read more

LG C1 OLED (2021) 4K TV review – Is this the best OLED for 2021? [55″ OLED55C15LA]

Page 2 of the review covers pricing, alternative options and the overall opinion and rating. Nearly three years ago, I bought my first OLED TV, the 65″ Sony AF8. I had wanted an OLED since the early generations, but they were painfully expensive, and I was poor. So it was a massive investment, and I … Read more

GooDee YG620 Native 1080P Full HD Projector Review – Full-sized projector for a superior image vs pico and mini

I have reviewed a few projectors this year, most of them being mini or pico projectors. The GooDee YG620 is not one of them. This is a normal-sized projector, not being particularly portable at all. However, unlike the bag friendly pico projectors, opting for something larger gives you significantly better image quality and brightness. Features … Read more

Anker Nebula Capsule II mini projector review – Is it better than the older Capsule, Mars & Benq GV1?

Pico and mini projectors have become increasingly popular in recent years, offering big-screen entertainment anywhere you want, at a reasonably affordable price. The Nebula Capsule II is the latest projector from Anker padding out their product lineup to include four projectors in total. Nebula Capsule II vs Capsule vs Capsule Max vs Mars II  As … Read more

Philips Launch new 805/855 OLED TVs for 2020 with 4th Gen P5 with AI Functionality & HDR10+ Plus Dolby Vision

Yesterday, Philips launched its latest OLED TVs at its annual European showcase in Amsterdam. The new sets are available in 55 and 65-inches and will feature a fourth generation of the company’s P5 picture processor. One of the highlights of the TVs is that they are compatible with both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. With Dolby … Read more

OnePlus TV will feature a 55-inch QLED display, MediaTek MT5670 SoC and 3GB RAM

[Update 27/08/2019] HDR specs confirmed by OnePlus With the smartphone market saturated, it appears the next trend is to move into the TV market with both Honor and OnePlus are launching new TVs. Both Honor and OnePlus have defined themselves as affordable alternatives, and it looks like this trend will continue with their TVs. OnePlus … Read more

Huawei Honghu 818 SoC vs Mediatek MT5597 vs MT5596 vs Amlogic S905X vs Tegra X1

With the launch of HarmonyOS on the Honor Vision & Vision Pro TVs, I thought it was worth looking into the chipsets that power these devices. With 4K HDR playback available on most TVs you would expect something relatively beefy powering the underlying SmartOS. Flagship mobiles are currently using the 7nm fabrication process, but most … Read more

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