Panasonic 4K AX802 TVs get Netflix Ultra-High Definition streaming


If you are lucky enough to already own a Panasonic AX802¬†TV or were waiting until they were hooked up to the Ultra High Definition shows of Netflix 4K – well, thanks to a firmware update, it’s all go. The free firmware update will allow users to stream programmes such as House of Cards and Breaking […]

LG 4K Digital Cinema monitor UK price – a first for visual content creators

LG launches Digital Cinema 4K Monitor

If you’re editing 4K video then having colours that are close enough, just won’t do. What you need is a monitor that replicates the displays where your visuals will be seen. Enter the 4K Digital Cinema display from LG. In order to work on 4K images or video content as faithfully as you can, without […]

LG 34UM95 ultra-wide 34-inch QHD monitor review

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If you’re looking at saving some desk real estate but don’t want to miss out on multi-monitor workspace then is the way to go Ultra-wide with the LG 34UM95? A while ago there were a few 21:9 aspect ratio displays popping up. These were primarily aimed at designers. Those 29-inch screens were released with a […]

Hands on with the Sony VPL-VW300ES 4K projector

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Earlier this week I was invited to try out Sony’s latest 4K projector, the VPL-VW300ES, which they are pitching as their most affordable option. For those film lovers out there that have room for a viewing area of between 100-300-inches, as well as the budget to fill it, 4K home cinema projectors will undoubtedly be […]

Eyes on with the plasma taunting Panasonic VIERA AX900 LED TV – IFA 2014

Panasonic AX900

I was fortunate enough to be part of a small contingent who got a VIP tour of Panasonic’s latest flagship LED TV at Berlin’s IFA 2014. Needless to say that the AX900 (AX902 in the UK) looks good but is it good enough to actually give plasma a run for its money? Slipping behind some […]

Exclusive insider Viera 4K TV news from Panasonic UK HQ #VieraVIPClub


Sundays, for me, usually entail nothing more exciting than a roast dinner (I did spend my formative years in Yorkshire after all), a few beers and perhaps a film or a walk through bits of Epping Forest and its environs. Now, I’m not complaining about that but when I get an invitation to spend a […]