After stunning the world by announcing the $25K price tag for its new top of the line TV, the monster sized 84 inch XBR-84X900, Sony has now soothed everyone’s pain by revealing the device will include 10 free 4k movies.
Sony have also revealed this week (November 29) that the new TV will be supplied with a loaner media device that will provide the free 4K content to the TV.
Sony had promised in November that they would provide native 4K content to the 4K monster TV, now that secret device has been revealed. The black box Ultra HD media player will be a hard drive based system that will be delivered pre-loaded with 10 movies, all in the glorious new 4K Ultra HD format.
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Just as it seems the war of TV technologies has been won by the ubiquitous LCD panel a new technology joins the fray, OLED. It turns out that victories are very short lived in the world of technology, LCD won’t have long to enjoy the top spot. Samsung has seen this new combatant approaching from afar, plans have been made, and deals are being done,
Samsung has seen the LCD rise from being a quirky little display to being the dominant force in display technology. Now with the market having become crowded with cheap manufacturers and razor thin margins Samsung is having to adapt.
Samsung is looking to the future, and its covered in flexible OLED’s. Recently a Samsung executive confirmed they will begin producing flexible displays for mobile phones this year. Allowing for curved displays expect some most unusual designs towards the end of the year. The recent CES convention in Las Vegas saw Samsung demonstrating a number of curved displays, a particularly eye catching sight, along with their next generation Super OLED 55 inch TV.
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