The NX9 is a 4K native and 8K e-shift projector featuring new 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device. It has a 100mm diameter, 18 element, all-glass lens and supports HDR10 using Auto Tone Mapping and Frame Adapt. UPDATED to add video review.
Why don't manufacturers make a TV that has everything?
by Andy Bassett
Member shoestring25 wants to know if it's unreasonable to expect TVs to provide all the latest features such as HDR formats and HDMI 2.1. Are we getting closer to that goal with the latest 2020 TVs or is some differentiation important to encourage innovation? Join in the conversation and let us know what you think.
Whilst an unexpected but pleasant surprise to have Angelina Jolie's Maleficent back, Mistress of Evil loses a little bit of its dark magic as it muddles a promising premise, although it looks and sounds great in 4K with Atmos.
BenQ releases a home cinema focussed single-chip 4K DLP projector which promises accurate colours out of the box thanks to factory calibration. So can it really do everything it claims? Let's find out...
More of a Young Adult 'horror' in the vein of Netflix's Lost in Space, rather than Netflix's Haunting of Hill House, this graphic novel adaptation is slick, with some nice ideas, but feels a little watered down and padded out nonetheless.
It’s long been suspected that unchecked rivalry is the reason why LG and Samsung won't give the time of day to the other’s supported dynamic metadata HDR format. However, in an interview with AVForums, LG draws back the curtain and reveals there may be more to it than just sheer bloody-mindedness.
Philips announces 805 and 855 OLEDs and new LCD TVs for May 2020
by Andy Bassett
Preferring to keep its latest Philips branded TVs under wraps just a little bit longer than other major manufacturers, TP Vision follows CES with its own preview/launch event in Amsterdam which sees the introduction of OLED 805, 855 and 865 models.