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LG's 2018 TV Range

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Hot on the heels of Samsung’s new TV releases for the year, LG have announced details of their new range of 2018 TVs.As the primary maker of most OLED TV panels, LG are positioning themselves as one of the key innovators in the TV market. Their 2018 TV range features artificial intelligence, voice activation and new AI chipsets.LG’s high-end OLED TV uses a new AI processor that delivers fast image signal processing aimed at smoothing out the images being delivered to the screen. Colours are said to be more natural, and moving images appear crystal clear in comparison to year’s...

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Samsung's 2018 TV Range

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Samsung Australia has released details of its new 2018 TV model range. The emphasis on this new range of TVs is large screen sizes, which according to Samsung is what Australian consumer are asking for.Samsung's 2018 QLED TVs will be available with a 10 Year No Screen Burn Guarantee, which Samsung says is only possible due to its Quantum Dots technology. On selected models in the 2018 range, Samsung will offer what they call " One Clear Connection". This is a Teflon transparent coloured cable that transmits both power and AV high capacity data through the one cable. The new...

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The Growth of Chinese Brands

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The 21st century has seen Chinese manufacturers enter the market under their own brand names with the likes of Lenovo, Haier, Midea, TCL, Changhong, Huawei, and Hisense starting to make their presence felt and gaining market share in Australia and many countries around the world.

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