Back In January, Samsung showed off their latest MicroLED and NeoQLED TVs at this year’s all-digital CES. Now, they’re bringing their high-end home display technology to Australian consumers.
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Samsung’s pricey MicroLED line is about to get more affordable, but it certainly won't be cheap.
There's a lot of red on the System Status page.
Unlike The Wall, Samsung’s new consumer-focused microLED TV won’t come as discrete modules that require assembly. Count on a steep price tag, however.
New features we not revealed during the beta process, so this version is most likely bug fixes.
Both free and paid Zoom users will be able to make or join Zoom calls on their Google displays before the year is out.
LG WebOS-based Smart TVs now have a dedicated Optus Sport app.
TCL's 2020 TV range is finally arriving on Australian chores.
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Where Samsung’s debut 8K TV started at around AU$13999, the company’s 2020 cohort comes in a little cheaper depending on which way you go.
Hisense has announced local availability and pricing for their new S8 and Q8 4K TVs.
LG has finally launched their 2020 TV lineup in Australia, putting a price on their latest OLED and 8K offering.
LG's WebOS-powered TVs can now be used to enjoy Apple TV+ originals like The Morning Show, Dickinson and more.
Panasonic have announced they won't be launching any new TVs in Australia this year.
Hisense's have cleaned house and shown off a streamlined 2020 TV lineup at this year's CES in Las Vegas.
New line-up targeted at designers, creators, and professionals
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