We take a look at Ambient Mode on Samsung's latest QLED sets that make it possible to turn your TV into more than just a black slab when of glass when it's not in use.
We take a look at some of the smart features in Samsung's new 8K QLED TVs, including the Samsung SmartThings App, built-in Apple TV support, and support for digital assistants like Bixby.
We take a look at Samsung's new 8K QLED TVs, in particular, the design and picture quality choices which the company believes help set its, um, sets apart.
QLED TVs use quantum dots to enhance performance, delivering better brightness and a wider colour spectrum. That’s because the dots act like a filter when applied on top of an LED backlight. This produces a light purer than an LED can provide.
Samsung South African's product manager for visual displays, Nivash Ramsern, talks to Stuff's editor Craig Wilson about the company's latest 8K QLED TVs.
Samsung’s smart TVs have been awfully smart for an awfully long time, but now it’s time for something new and different: Samsung’s 8K QLED TVs.
The Korean company unveiled its 8K QLED TVs at a media event in Johannesburg today, and as expected, they're not going to come cheap.
Samsung has unveiled its 2018 range of QLED TVs at an event in Johannesburg today. The company will be bringing nine models into South Africa, divided into 7,8, and 9 Series. Screen sizes start at 55in, but the company says its expecting the 65in models to be the best performers. Pricing starts form R22,000 for the entry-level 55in, and climbs to well over R100,000 for the gigantic 82in models. Wa...[Read More]
The dust has settled, the bins of discarded carrier bags and 2GB flash sticks have been emptied and the punters are heading home. That’s right, another CES event has come and gone. We’ve taken a look at five of the coolest (and five of the silliest) offerings to come out of it, but this is the TL;DR version: the 10 most important things that graced the Las Vegas halls and had techies s...[Read More]
Samsung had a pretty rough 2016. Exploding phones and costly recalls will do that to a company. At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, the company is doing its best to talk up its new TVs, laptops, audio gear and home appliances. New phones? We’ll have to wait until Mobile World Congress later this quarter for those. Until then, it’s the new laptops and audio gear that are meant to be ...[Read More]
While most of us are still lusting after LG’s excellent OLED displays, Samsung’s announced its taking the fight to its compatriots LG (and its award-winning OLED TV range) with its new QLED TV range. The company unveiled three new devices — the Q7, Q8 and Q9 — in Las Vegas ahead of CES. Samsung’s promising improved colour, with the new QLED TVs capable of reproducing ...[Read More]