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Chroma Galaxies HDR

Chroma Galaxies HDR

Artist Roman De Giuli captured this incredibly vibrant and sharp short film using paints, fluids, pigments, and sparkly bits poured onto paper. Shot with an 8K camera for extra detail, and enhanced with HDR if your display supports it. It’s amazing how much the images look like galaxies.

Dolby Vision HDR Tech

Dolby Vision HDR Tech

Today’s best 4K UHD displays (like the Vizio Smartcast M-Series) now support Dolby Vision, a high dynamic range tech which offers eye-popping color, contrast, and dimensionality unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Find out why it’s so impressive over on Technabob.


TCL Roku 4K TV

TCL Roku 4K TV
$600-$1K  Buy Link Comment

TCL’s Roku-powered Smart TV is now available with a 55″ or a 65″ 4K resolution display. It still has the convenient Roku home page, search and physical remote, but adds dual-band Wi-Fi, 4K upscaling and a 4K spotlight channel.

VIZIO 2016 P-Series UHD Display

VIZIO 2016 P-Series UHD Display
$1000+  Buy Link Comment

VIZIO not only amped up its premium 4K displays with HDR, Dolby Vision, and a wider color gamut for vibrant images, but they killed the “smart TV” paradigm, shifting all apps to a bundled 6″ Android tablet using Google Cast to stream content. In 50″, 55″, 65″ and 75″ sizes.


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