And the winner is . . . ?
UHD vs HDR
Home entertainment technology is running full on, with no sign of it slowing down anytime soon. Every time you turn around there’s a new innovative idea coming to a TV near you, and the shelves are heaving, making room for better and more advanced designs. Most of us strive to be ...
Who Wins the TV Battle?
LG or Samsung?
If you’re looking for a new TV and are baffled by the models on offer, it can put you right off, sending you straight into the comforting arms of a hot cup of coffee instead. All the tech speak, different brands and specs can be confusing, so I’m going to take a look at the two ...
Unsure What Size Flat Screen to Go For?
Read our Guide for a Wider View
The majority of TVs bought today are flat screen models, and they have much to offer the viewer in terms of both style and performance. Allowing for a flexible location, wall hanging flat panels is a particularly popular method of display. ...
The age-old, but fundamental question when you’re considering a new TV is the size - what size is right for you, your requirements and your budget. Too small a screen and you’ll spend your time squinting and arguing as to who gets the best spot on the sofa, and whilst it’s tempting to go big, too large and it’ll ...
My name is William, and I’m a technoholic. I’m addicted to all things tech, but my favorite has always been televisions. No pieces of technology has given me more pleasure throughout my life. Starting from childhood until today, I’ve always been interested in the intricacies of how TVs work and how the newest technological advances play into their performance.
Having worked as a product supervisor for two large technology corporations, Samsung and Hitachi, I am quite comfortable with sharing any TV-related advice across all spheres of customers’ interest.
The technology revolution that we are going through is a blessing because it generates versatility to accommodate almost anyone’s “cup of tea” in terms of TV needs. However, with the choices that we have, it’s very important to learn how to separate the lousy deals from tech gems. Many companies will use fancy words to try and trick you into buying their products, but not all of them are worth buying.
This is where I come in to help you choose what you need, based on the appropriate balance between the best features and your available budget!