The Aftermaster Pro is a small gadget that will enhance your TV’s sound, especially if you’re using its built-in speakers. It automatically increases the volume and depth and clarifies dialogue. Simply plug it in between your source and your TV and you’re good to go.
LG recently showcased a proof-of-concept for a 65″ OLED TV that rolls up and down like a giant piece of paper. More than just a party trick, the flexible display can be set to different heights to vary its aspect ratio, and can even be used at about a third of its height.
Nvidia’s Big Format Gaming Display is meant to be a 4K TV for gamers. It has a 65″ 4K HDR screen with 120Hz refresh rate and compatibility with G-Sync technology. It also has Nvidia’s Shield streaming built-in. Look for BFGDs from Asus, Acer and HP in 2018.
C Seed outdoes itself – and other TV makers – with the world’s largest 4K TV. The $539,000 C SEED 262 gets its name from its 262″ diagonal – ~22 foot! – LED-backlit screen. It also has a 250W 10-speaker system, a media server, and a customizable and motorized fabric cover.
Designed with Yves Behar’s Fuseproject, The Frame is an upcoming 4K TV that really looks like a picture frame. When not in use, it enters “Art Mode”, cycling through 100 4K resolution artworks. It also adjusts to ambient light and has a variety of magnetic snap-on bezels.
It’s not as thin as LG’s wallpaper TV, but Sony’s upcoming A1E is a sight to behold as well. It’s also rocking an OLED display for excellent blacks and viewing angles. It has a kickstand that also houses its guts, keeping the display itself thin and nearly borderless.
LG’s new “wallpaper” TV gets its moniker from the fact that its OLED panel is just 0.1″ thick – it’s so thin it can only be wall-mounted. All of its ports and other electronics are integrated into a Dolby Atmos 4.2 soundbar, connected by a skinny ribbon cable. Available in 65″ or 75″.