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On a one–week exclusive run at B&H, TP-Link’s EAP330 and EAP320 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Points...
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CE Week kicked off in Manhattan this week, and B&H was on hand to test out some of the latest and greatest products in home entertainment. Brands big and small were there to showcase the products we’re likely to see in the hands and homes of consumers sometime in the near future. Here are some the products that really caught our eye. Epson projectors and Da-Lite screens Epson and DaLite had...
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CE Week 2016 kicked off in Manhattan this week, and B&H was on site to take a look at some of the latest products for computers and home automation. Established brands and newly created startups were there to showcase their products, which may end up in the hands of consumers in the near future. Check out some of the products we thought were interesting and innovative. ALLie Home Dual Lens...
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When it comes to streaming devices, the Apple TV has established itself as a power player in the home entertainment category, with its ability to stream movies, TV shows, music, and more effortlessly from a centralized location for big-screen enjoyment. Even better, it offers this content in a way that Apple and iOS users are accustomed to, delivering a consistent experience across their devices...
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2016 is in full swing and HDR LED TVs are coming down the pipeline from Samsung in the form of the new KU6300 and...
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The Bose® brand has long been synonymous with innovation. Every one of its speaker systems is as surprising as it is impressive. Bose systems are continually evolving and the company is always at the forefront of the latest trends. As wireless music systems continue to grow in popularity, Bose continues its tradition of releasing Internet-connected audio systems that offer a keen balance of sound...
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If you've been waiting for a 4K Blu-ray Disc player to hit the market, your patience will soon be rewarded because Samsung is set to unveil the UBD-K8500, its first 4K/UHD Blu-ray...
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TVs have come a long way in their relatively brief existence. They’ve gone from 8 x 8 resolution in their first demonstration, in 1909, to various versions of what we call 4K, the most common of which is 3840 x 2160. Over this 106-year period, the science behind the screen has evolved, from the initial 64 selenium cell matrix to the CRT (tube) TVs you and I grew up with, to plasma, LCD, and LED....
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For years, Casio was known as “that calculator company.” High-school and college students, and those in the fields of science, engineering, and advanced math were rushing out to buy the latest scientific or graphing calculator for their increasingly difficult equations. They chose Casio for a good reason: not only did Casio develop the first all-electric compact calculator in 1957, the company...
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We love our flat-panel TVs, but we don't always love the paltry speakers with which they're equipped. Sometimes, underwhelming sound quality is the trade-off we have to make for sleeker and slimmer television cabinets. Luckily, this is a trade-off we can easily remedy. The simplest way to upgrade your TV’s sound reproduction is to couple it with a soundbar. When pairing your flat-panel TV with a...
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Need to display high-resolution content on multiple screens? Take a look at this 1:8 4K HDMI Splitter from Gefen. It’s wall-mountable, and features both UHD (3840 x 2160) and DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution support, HDCP compatibility, multi-channel audio,...

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In this video, you'll be able to see the uniquely designed Alienware Area-51 in action. Its triad chassis provides efficient cooling while also housing a 5th-gen Broadwell Intel® Core™ i7 CPU, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, and a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU. Play...
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With a curved, 34-inch ultra-wide display, the LG 34UC87C provides an immersive experience that’s perfect for movie watching, gaming, and much more. The 21:9 aspect ratio, combined with the curvature of the display, ensures that all aspects of the screen reside at the same distance from the eye...

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With a curved, 34-inch ultra-wide display, the LG 34UC87C provides an immersive experience that’s perfect for movie watching, gaming, and much more. The 21:9 aspect ratio, combined with the curvature of the display, ensures that all aspects of the screen reside at the same distance from the eye...
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VIZIO is a brand that we have affectionately covered on more than one occasion, and for good reason. To put it simply, VIZIO makes great high-definition televisions. That doesn’t tell the complete story though; the company makes great HDTVs at prices that won’t leave you staring hopelessly through store windows—you can save that sort of behavior for sports-car watching. This California-based...
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