Looking at the various reports in the media, I think the bendable and transparent screens are going to be very niche and the QNED's will sit below OLED in LG's range(they are still 'only' mini LED, not micro). So it seems OLED has plenty of life left yet.With the announcement of the bendable and transparent OLEDs and the QNED LCD sets on Monday and this announcement about WebOS and the remote, does this mean the OLED updates are going to be nothing special? Otherwise surely they would have lead with them.
For someone who is interested in getting an Apple TV Set Top Box for the first time, its the Apple TV UI that will be seen once plugged into the TV and then everything is controlled from there. Is that right ?IMO by far the nicest interface is on the Apple TV. The Remote is horrible but that doesn't matter so much as the Apple TV works with all modern TV remotes anyway out of the box without any programming.
We have Sony and Samsung 2019 models and hardly ever use their own OS's ... just use connected Apple TV all the times. The screen savers on the Apple TVs are fantastic too.
Question ... does the LG WEB OS do searches across all the installed apps? For example, if you searched for Pulp Fiction would it look through Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, C4 apps and show you where its available?
May I ask:-Keep an eye on Amazon (and the warehouse) - the Harmony Elite routinely goes for ~£120
There are various Harmony options available, either separately or in bundles. The full set (Elite) includes the harmony hub and the touchscreen remote. If you are happy using you device (phone or tablet) exclusively, then the hub is the cheapest version to get. So long as you buy from Amazon or Amazon Warehouse then you will be ok - it's the third party sellers you need to watch out for. Warehouse is how Amazon sell on customer returns.May I ask:-
Is the Harmony Elite version the one to get ?
How do you know the authenticity of the ones posted on Amazon (is it from the Official Logitech Store on Amazon UK) ?
What is the difference between Amazon and its Warehouse kindly ?
It's great that webOS 6.0 displays the outside temperature, just what you need when you sit down for a cozy night in to watch a movie.Having just purchased a 65GX I was a bit apprehensive about what I missed out on with the 2021 range. The WebOS 6 shot looks awful - part of the benefit of the previous WebOS was that you could bring up the menus and WebOS and still see what is happening on-screen. This is starting to look more like the other manufacturers smart TV platforms.
Yes that is correct. You plug the AppleTV into one of your TVs (or Soundbar in our case) HDMIs and on your TV select that HDMI as the Source and you are away.For someone who is interested in getting an Apple TV Set Top Box for the first time, its the Apple TV UI that will be seen once plugged into the TV and then everything is controlled from there. Is that right ?