TV is no longer just about what is broadcast on free-to-air networks. In addition to cable television, the latest TV tech innovations allow you to watch television online in your loungeroom, record and pause live TV, access content on demand, along w...
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Looking for a cheap Blu-ray player? Here are our top picks for budget Blu-ray players under $400, with models from Sony, LG, Kogan and Panasonic. Each Blu-ray player in this list has an Ethernet port for accessing Internet-based content via BD-Live, ...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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