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Vizio Joins the 4K TV Race

Vizio enters the 4K television market today, and with quality sets at shockingly low costs. Engadget reports that Vizio’s P-Series of Ultra HD televisions start at $1,000 for the 50-inch model and $2,500 for the 70-incher. That’s quite refreshing considering some of the other pricing that’s been

Life’s Good with a $7,000 4K TV

September’s right around the corner now, which means LG will start shipping orders for its new 65-inch 4K televisions in about 30 days. A few notable specs: 3840 x 2160 native resolution OLED screen Tru Ultra HD Engine Pro Sure, it’ll set you back a cool $7,000,

LG Goes Large and in Charge with 4K

Fear no more, because LG is now making the ginormous 4K television you’ve always wanted affordable. At least that what Engadget theorizes, considering the CES rumblings they heard that LG’s new 105-inch 4K spectacle would cost a mere $70,000 in the United States. If you’re not weak

Gear Glass This Fall?

A Samsung alternative to Google Glass—-could it be? It possibly could. Slash Gear reports that this fall at IFA, Samsung will reportedly be introducing Gear Glass, accompanying its release of the curved Note 4. The information comes from an unnamed source—-only cited by The Korea Times as

Amazon unveils set-top box, Fire TV

Phoenix based Amazon has just unveiled it’s competitor to the streaming media ring, and no it’s not the dongle previously speculated, it’s a set-top box much like Roku 1 -3. Fire TV features: Quad-core processor Dedicated GPU 2gb of RAM Dual-band Wi-Fi with MIMO (for instant downloading