Nvidia Shield with Plex Server and live TV via HDHomeRun Guide & Review

I have talked about Plex a few times over the years, it is a fantastic application, and I have one of the lifetime licences to make the most out of it. Like most users, I use it to manage my locally stored media, providing access from a server to all the streaming devices in the … Read more

Fire TV Stick 4K (2018) with Alexa Voice Remote Review

Since buying my Sony AF8 OLED I have been deeply disappointed by its poor Dolby Vision performance, it is just broken within the Sony software. However, with the new Fire TV Stick 4K you get Dolby Vision support, as well as most other things you could want from a streaming device for an absolute bargain … Read more

British TV company Cello launches 55-inch 4K Ultra HDR10 QLED TV with Android TV for just £799 – C55SFS

You may have not heard of Cello but they are a UK based manufacturer of affordable TVs. Today they announced a new range of TVs built around the QLED similar to what you find on expensive Samsung models. With the 55” model retailing from just £799, this first model in a new QLED range will likely be very … Read more

Acer Announces Predator XB273K 4K UHD 144Hz G-SYNC Monitor & Nitro XV273K Freesync

You no longer have to decide between 4K or 144Hz, Acer has announced 2 monitors that are capable of these specifications, one using the Nvidia G-Sync technology and the other AMD Freesync. Predator XB273K The new Predator XB273K gaming monitor is for gamers looking for an incredible gaming experience. It brings games to life in ultra-high definition … Read more

Nvidia Big Format Gaming Display delayed until 2019 and will cost between £3500 & £45000

We all know that the Big Format Gaming Displays or BFGD for short were going to cost a fortune. These massive 65-inch displays could be the ultimate gaming monitor with a resolution of 4K, HDR support and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, G-Sync and an Integrated Nvidia Shield Android TV. We now have some idea of … Read more

ACER to launch 49 and 55-inch 4K HDR PC IPS displays

If you live in Japan you should now be able to get hold of one of the new large HDR displays Acer has produced. The two displays come in at 49 and 55 inches with the excellent names of  EB550Kbmiiipx (55-inch) and EB490QKbmiiipfx (49-inch). The new 4K displays are fully HDR10 compliant with 10-bit colour via DisplayPort 1.2 however … Read more

Wasabi Mango UHD430 43-inch 4K 120Hz PC Display with DP 1.4 Now Available for £1,033.01

Wasabi Mango UHD430

Many enthusiast gamers have been eagerly waiting for the new generation of 4K monitors that comes with DisplayPort 1.4 which will allow a resolution of 4K a 120Hz. The Acer Predator X27 and Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ are available for pre-order for insane amounts of money – the 27-inch size isn’t ideal for many at … Read more

£699 Philips Momentum 43-inch 4K Adaptive Sync HDR Display Available in May rated at DisplayHDR 1000

Philips has recently announced the Momentum 436M6VBPAB which is a large 43-inch monitor which offers an impressive feature set, delivering DisplayHDR 1000 certified HDR capabilities, support for VESA Adaptive-Sync and a 4K resolution with a 60Hz refresh rate. With impressive specifications such as that, you would expect a steep price, but Philips have priced this … Read more

Globmall X4 Android TV Box Review

Having previously reviewed the ABOX A1, which had issues with some local file playback, I thought I would try another budget Android TV brand, this time the Globmall X4. Priced at just £42 it is slightly cheaper than the ABOX A1 but has the same specification. The internals is the same, you get: CPU: Amlogic … Read more

NVIDIA 4K 144Hz displays to launch alongside GeForce GTX 2080 in April

While a lot of benchmarks use 4K gaming in their tests, serious gamers have avoided it due to the limitations of 4K displays and the popularity of high refresh rate screens. As it currently stands the best you can get in 4K is 60Hz with G-Sync, and this isn’t enough for many gamers, they often … Read more

Amazon Fire TV 4K (2017) Review

Following my review of the GooBang Doo ABOX A1 Plus, I wasn’t entirely happy with the performance for my particular needs. It is a decent device for the money, I am just a bit fussy about things, I wasn’t overly keen on the user interface, the remote didn’t work very well in Netflix, and I … Read more