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Samsung’s 2021 Frame TV lineup starts at $1,000

Samsung has shared pricing for its latest Frame TV models. The 43-inch version, which is the only one that can rotate between landscape and portrait orientations, will set you back $1,000. The Frame is also available in four other screen sizes between 50-inches and 75-inches, with the top-end model priced at $3,000. The 2021 lineup …

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Vizio’s latest TVs add FreeSync, 120Hz 4K gaming support

With new game consoles just around the corner and PC GPUs delivering high-res graphics at 120fps, Vizio is rolling out an update for 2021 SmartCast-enabled TVs with its ProGaming Engine tech built-in. While Vizio mentioned HDMI 2.1 support in V-Series and above TVs for this year, support for things like 120fps 4K input aren’t available …

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TCL rolls out new Roku Ready Alto sound bars with Dolby Atmos

If you’re looking for budget audio options beyond the Roku Streambar or Vizio’s soundbar lineup, TCL has unveiled several models for this fall that should pair well with its Roku-powered smart TVs. The Alto brand is expanding on last year’s lineup with additional lines that should give you much better sound without adding a ton …

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