Now TV App Launches on Sony TVs

Sky’s Now TV app, which allows users access Sky content with out a contract, is now available on Sony Bravia TVs, powered by Google’s Android TV operating system.

Compatible TVs are from 2016 onwards, and the full list is available from industry website Advanced Television. If you are unsure if your TV is compatible, consult your manual, or contact the manufacturer or retailer.

Users can download the app via the Google Play store.

New Short-throw Projector from Samsung

Following in the footsteps of LG, Samsung has launched a new ultra short-throw projector. The new projector can be placed just in front of the projection surface, making it ideal for home use.

The projector is available in two sizes, 120″ (LSP7T), and 130″ (LSP9T). Both can deliver 4K image resolutions using laser technology, with the LSP9T also having High Dynamic Range 10+ certification.

Both have a ‘Filmmakers Mode’, and come with Samsung’s Smart TV options.

New Flagship TV from Toshiba

Toshiba has launched a new flagship 4K TV, available in 43 inch, 50 inch and 58 inch screen sizes, and designated the UK4B.

Among the features are:

  • Alexa voice control
  • 4K HDR screen
  • Toshiba TV’s TRU Picture Engine
  • Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos
  • Sound by Onkyo

The range has built in Freeview Play, allowing access to a variety of apps and streaming services when connected to the internet, alongside the regular selection of terrestrial Freeview channels