Vizio Unveils A 4K TV Range That Starts At $600

vizio-m-series-2015Vizio has taken steps to do what it does best: produce aesthetically intriguing TVs with solid hardware, but priced frugally. Enter, a 4K TV range that starts at $600. The M line features full LED backlighting, speedy 802.11ac WiFi and a hexa-core processor starting at $600 for a 43-inch model, going up to an 80-inch model for a hefty $4,000.

Sounds like Vizio is up to ushering in affordable home entertainment, again.

Via: PR Newswire

LG’s G4 Press Images Have Been Leaked Everywhere

lg-g4-microsite-leak14.0The LG G4 is no longer a secret, as literally every single angle of the device has been revealed in leaked images, from a site that has now been shut down.

From the leather-backed options, to the pseudo-carbon fiber weave on the front, it’s all been revealed. Some specs have also been pieced together: a 5.5-inch, quad HD screen, a replaceable 3,000mAh battery, and a microSD card slot, along with Android Lollipop and LG’s software customizations.

Plus, a 16 megapixel f/1.8 camera with a full manual mode! Come on, that’s mildly interesting.

Little has been left to the imagination for the upcoming April 28th press event, however it goes without saying that G4 looks like a promising flagship for LG. The QuickCircle case makes a return, where a small window will allow you to see notifications without using the entire screen of the phone.

We’ll see if LG can surprise us come the 28th. Ball is in your court, LG.

LG G Flex 2 Review: It’s Great And Curvy, But Needs Software Tweaks

DSC_0172So, on paper the LG GFlex 2 able to flex muscles with the best of the new 2015 smartphones — terrible pun, intended. Everything you’d want is here: Android 5.x Lollipop, a 1080p screen, pleasing aesthetic qualities, a usable camera and the latest Snapdragon processor — it’s a solid smartphone.

But even with all that, there are variables in LG’s curved smartphone formula that still need tweaking; thankfully it’s mostly software.

McLaren 570S: The Newest And “Sportiest” Car From The Brits

mclaren-570s-3The new McLaren 570S is the least expensive model of the British supercar line, and now part of the new “Sports” line. The 570S produces 562 hp from a 3.8L twin turbo V8 engine, translating to 0-62 in just 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph.

A 7-speed SSG transmission, carbon ceramic brakes, forged alloy wheels, a carbon fiber MonoCell II chassis and aluminum body, new digital instrument cluster, a seven-inch touchscreen with integrated climate control, and optional Bowers & Wilkins audio system.

Pricing has yet to be announced, but the thoughts of auto journalists is that it will be McLaren’s least expensive car in production when it launches.

Microsoft Surface 3: The Little $499 Tablet That Crashed The Party

surface-3The Surface RT was a failed attempt of turning Windows into a strictly tablet OS designed for very few pieces of hardware. Instead, the better idea was to always include tablets as the general Windows fold, and make Windows adjustable and reliable when used as a tablet’s interface.

While the Surface 3 Pro is a testament to high-powered (and expensive) tablet gear, the Surface 3 is the $499 entry to make an excellent mainstream tablet — while also reserving the right to be converted to full Windows laptop.

Specs include a 10.8-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio (1920 x 1,280 resolution), a quad-core Intel Atom x7 processor, Surface 3 features,pen functionality, front and rear-facing 1080p cameras, and integrated kickstand (non-adjustable). 64 GB (2GB RAM) and 128 GB (with 4GB of RAM) models exist, plus a 4G LTE-ready version: Surface 3 (4G LTE), T-Mobile of which has already published a release supporting the new tablet.

Also: the Surface 3 Type Cover and Pen work just as the Pro variants, except they’re smaller and suited towards the Surface 3.

Launch date? May 7th.

Via: Surface Blog

LG Has Press Events All Over The World Set For April 24th, For Its Next Flagship

lg-g4-save-the-dateOh, yes indeed. If you haven’t been keeping track, it’s time for a new flagship smartphone from LG. That would most likely mean that this new smartphone of interest will be called the G4, but no one is placing bets, yet.

Initial speculation from South Korean sites mentions that a 5″ curved Quad HD display is what’s in store; what is certain is that invites are being sent out to the press for events in New York, London, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul — all on the 28th of April. Fun times, indeed.