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HDTV Expert - LeEco: Today Vizio, Tomorrow the World?

By Ken Werner • Sep 17, 12:57am

When LeEco (Leshi Internet Information & Technology) exhibited at one of the press-and-analyst shows at CES 2016, it had not yet changed its name from Letv. Letv showed prototypes and products that were notable both for their variety and strikingly handsome industrial designs. Some of those products also contained advanced components. At Qualcomm’s CES press […]
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - Samsung Moves Front & Center With HDR

By Pete Putman • Aug 16, 9:29pm

HDR is the next big thing in TV displays, along with a new, wider color gamut, and eventually high frame rate video. And Samsung's leading the discussion about consumer HDR displays.
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - Product Review: ClearStream Eclipse TV Antenna

By Pete Putman • Aug 11, 10:41pm

The ClearStream Eclipse is a small, flexible antenna you can stick on a wall or window. How well does it work?
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Marketplace

HDTV Expert - As The World Turns: Vizio Is Acquired by LeEco

By Pete Putman • Jul 27, 8:16pm

Vizio has been acquired by Chinese online content provider LeEco. What impact will that have on their TV sales and marketing in North America?
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - On CE Week, Shoot-Outs, And Flies In The Ointment

By Pete Putman • Jun 27, 5:05pm

The annual CE Week show isn’t the compelling “must attend” event it once was. And the annual TV Shoot-Out revealed an unexpected and potentially troubling flaw in a new line of UHD TVs.
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - InfoComm 2016 In The Rearview Mirror

By Pete Putman • Jun 17, 4:48pm

InfoComm 2016 showed the AV industry is heading in some radically new directions. Did you notice?
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - AV-over-IP: It’s Here. Time To Get On Board!

By Pete Putman • Jun 3, 6:21pm

At InfoComm next week in Las Vegas, I look forward to seeing many familiar faces – both individuals and manufacturers – that have frequented the show since I first attended over 20 years ago. And I also expect to find quite a few newcomers, based on the press releases and product announcements I’ve been receiving […]
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4K (Ultra HD)

HDTV Expert - The End Of One Era And The Start Of Another

By Pete Putman • May 31, 10:38pm

Ultra HDTVs are taking over the television market, while Panasonic is beating a retreat. The times they are a-changing at light speed!
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - NAB 2016: Thoughts and Afterthoughts

By Pete Putman • Apr 27, 12:06am

The NAB Show has done a remarkable job of keeping itself current over the past two decades – perhaps the most tumultuous era ever for the broadcasting industry.
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - Of Samsung, Big Screens, IoT, HDR, And Patience

By Pete Putman • Apr 13, 8:30pm

Last Tuesday, April 12, Samsung held its annual press briefing and TV launch event at its new, “hip” facility in the Chelsea section of Manhattan.
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - To Cut, Or Not To Cut: That Is The Question…

By Pete Putman • Apr 11, 10:00pm

By all accounts, cord-cutting is growing in popularity. One major TV brand apparently didn’t get the memo, however.
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - A More Mobile Mobile is Coming

By Ken Werner • Mar 29, 9:25pm

Data traffic on mobile networks will reach 367 exabytes — that’s 367×10^18 bytes or 367 billion gigabytes — in 2020, up from 44 exabytes in 2015, according to Cisco Systems’ recently released Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2015-2020. A lot of that is video, which accounted for 55% of all mobile data […]
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General Interest

HDTV Expert - OLED-TV Is Real: Sales Reached $1 Billion Dollars in 2015

By Ken Werner • Mar 9, 10:10pm

One billion dollars worth of OLED-TV sets were sold last year, seven times the sales in 2014, according to a recent IHS report. Ninety percent of that market belonged to LG, but Shin Hyun-jun, an analyst with LIG Investment & Securities Co., expects Samsung to enter the OLED-TV market in late 2017, according to a […]
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4K (Ultra HD)

HDTV Expert - “HDR” Is Coming To Your Next TV. So What, Exactly, Does That Mean?

By Pete Putman • Mar 7, 5:21pm

Thinking about buying a new Ultra HDTV? You might want to wait a few months...or maybe a year. HDR is coming!
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4K (Ultra HD)

Living With 4K – More Future Proof 2016 OLED 4K UHDTVs

By Rodolfo La Maestra • Feb 23, 7:00am

At Consumer Electronics Show (CES) LG Electronics introduced on January 5, 2016 four new lines of 4K OLED UHDTVs, from the 55” to the 77” sizes, I was told at the show that one line was available for pre-order, and more recently (one month later) the company announced pre-order availability of other models. I must comment that this is not as most manufacturers do at CES, they typically show new models or even just prototypes and then take months for consumers to been able to purchase them, and in many cases the products never get to market.

The unveiled lines were all 4K HDR-enabled OLED TVs.....