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LG 48CX OLED TV

48CX 48-inch Ultra HD OLED TV

LG Electronics is adding to its OLED TV lineup a new 48-inch screen size with the introduction of the 4K Ultra HD OLED 48CX. The set complements LG’s lineup that includes 55-, 65-, 77- and 88-inch models. The company’s OLED technology, boasting perfect blacks and infinite contrast thanks to self-illuminating pixels, is at the heart […]

Arlen Schweiger · May 27, 2020

4 Video Games to Play to Pass the Time While in Self-Quarantine

Many professionals are suddenly finding themselves with a lot more time at home thanks to the coronavirus, so here are some games well worth some exploration.

Andrew Nichols · April 02, 2020

LG OLED G-SYNC

Give Streamers & Gamers the Gift of OLED

Now’s a perfect time for video customers to upgrade to 4K and 8K LG OLED and NanoCell smart TVs, especially if they want free Disney+ streaming bundled in or are avid gamers.

CE Pro Editors · November 22, 2019

Sony Announces PlayStation 5 Release Date, New Features

Sony says its latest video game console will be out in time for the 2020 holiday season

Andrew Nichols · October 08, 2019

Xbox Project Scarlett Promises an 8K, 120fps Gaming Experience

The newly announced Xbox Project Scarlett comes with goodies like 8K support, ray-tracing, solid state drives, and a next-gen AMD processor.

Andrew Nichols · June 10, 2019

3 Gaming Headsets Integrators Should Consider Stocking

The video game industry is growing rapidly, and with that comes the desire for high-end peripherals like gaming headsets. Here are a few well-made gaming headsets integrators should consider stocking for gaming room installations.

Andrew Nichols · May 10, 2019

Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade Underscore the Need for Robust Home Networks and RMR

Streaming media consumes an enormous amount of bandwidth. As more users in the home stream video and gaming content integrators should be prioritizing enterprise-grade networks for their clients’ homes.

Robert Archer · April 01, 2019

Google Stadia Brings Cloud Gaming to Home Networks

Google’s streaming-centric gaming platform gives gamers the ability to play 4K HDR games on phones, tablets, PCs, and TVs without expensive consoles or other pieces of proprietary hardware.

Andrew Nichols · March 27, 2019

Samsung Launches MicroLED 4K and 8K Displays at CES 2019

Marking its 50th year in business, Samsung introduced a number of home-friendly state-of-the-art display products including its Q900 8K television.

Robert Archer · January 09, 2019

Microsoft Xbox One X Becomes First Device to Support New HDMI 2.1 Features

The $499 Xbox One X gaming console will sport new HDMI 2.1 features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) in an upcoming firmware update.

Andrew Nichols · August 06, 2018