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20 November 2012 | 0

Sony KD-84X9000

Sony USA has dropped a pre-CES hint to its plans for what it calls the ‘4K Ultra HD’ format – it will include "the world’s first 4K Ultra HD delivery solution" free with any purchase of its KD-84X9000 BRAVIA TV.

Sony has significant experience in the Ultra HD space, with cinema-grade Ultra HD projectors since 2005 (and consumer-grade since 2011), professional Ultra HD broadcast cameras, and an Ultra HD up-scaling Blu-ray player in the BDP-S790.

A full range of products is being prepared for CES in January. As such, there is no word on pricing for this part of the world.

 

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Price: tbc

Nintendo Wii U

Just out in the US the second screen console could be a gamechanger (pardon the choice of words). By opting to keep game functions limited to the screen on the controller there is a lot more room to navigate through titles unemcumbered by detailed heads-up displays. Negative reports of massive software patches and difficulty in making social network connections between users will doubtless be hammered out soon.

Price: tbc


Samsung Galaxy Note II

We’ve been playing around with Samsung’s 5.5" ‘phablet’ for a while with some positive results. You’re going to need dee ppockets to carry it comfortably but the Note II is slim, light and has a great screen. We’ll have a little more detail in our forthcoming Christmas gift guide.

Price: Varies by operator

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