Despite the dearth of plasma and OLED news, the TVs of CES 2014 managed to innovate more than ever. Lots of pixels and curvatures took the headlines, but we also noticed trends that could actually lead to better LED LCD picture quality.
Ultra HD OLED, and 21x9 curved LED LCDs, LG announced and showed several cool new high-end TVs at the CEDIA Expo in Denver. We've got a pair of eyes on, and some details below.
The company releases details about a curved 21:9 monitor, a 4K display for video pros, and a fast-refreshing monitor for gamers that it will show off at the IFA trade show next month.
The Roku TVs introduced at CES in January are now available for preorder. In addition to offering our favorite streaming platform built right into the TVs, the initial wave of models is priced even lower than mainstays like Vizio.
Apple owns a big chunk of LCD production at a Sharp facility. Now Sharp would like it back, thank you.
The display tech company comes out with two new 18-inch television panels, one extremely bendy and another virtually transparent.
Samsung Display's AMOLED technology is often found in parent company Samsung's products, but according to the CEO, Samsung's rivals aren't interested.
By keeping current 4K content offerings proprietary, Sony and Samsung could hamper 4K adoption. Here's why.
Sony is rumored to be stopping its research on OLED display technology to concentrate on 4K TVs, but despite early gains the company hasn't been in the race for a long time, but who will take up the slack?.
Are they monitors or desktops? Maybe both: AOC's new lineup includes 22- and 24-inch touchscreen LCDs running Android 4.1.