Hisense at International CES Monday took the wraps off the new VIDAA Max 100" Laser Cinema TV. The introduction came as the Chinese brand seeks to grow its market share in North America.
Shipments of Ultra HD/4K TVs jumped worldwide in the second quarter, as the amount of shipments in the quarter exceeded the entire total of 2013.
CE Week got underway in earnest Tuesday. From CE Week TV, here are several interviews from the event.
The “Your Next TV” Conference presentations at 2014 CE Week in New York City Tuesday focused on all aspects of the Ultra HD TV scenario – including on where sales volume numbers will land, once Q4 is said and done. Vendors, too, had their say about where the market is headed – and there was also some commentary from the retail side about whether 4K yet resonates in a big way with TV buyers – and what combination of efforts can help to make the mainstream market more receptive.
Curved TVs, thanks to new high-end models from the likes of Samsung and LG, are making a comeback worldwide, according to research released this week by NPD Group.
As the industry prepares for a CES in which Ultra HD/4K TV products are expected to comprise a huge part, there's new data from NPD Group indicated that sales of the TVs will skyrocket next year.
For all of the considerations given to which TV to buy this holiday season, the number one factor is picture quality. That's according to a survey put Thursday by research firm NPD DisplaySearch.
Have Apple's plans to develop a TV hit another snag?
Shipments of 4K/Ultra HD TVs are expected to skyrocket in the coming years- with Chinese TV makers set to make a big push to challenged established market leader.
Driven by an expected second edition of the iPad Mini and several competitors new and old, the market for smaller tablets is expected to grow considerably in the second half of this year. That's according to DisplaySearch numbers released this week.