This year’s IFA 2015 GPC is over and the key message is that Android is spawning an era of new smarter electronics from projectors to TVs and white goods.
At CES 2014 Hisense showed off its new Pulse Pro Android TV box, which runs on its new Android-based VIDAA platform. Read on to learn more!
Yesterday Hisense took the wraps off its new 1080p Android-powered TV lineup, and now today they have unveiled quite a few UHD Android TV models as well — including a 65-inch curved variant.
At $149 and $99 respectively, the Hisense Sero 7 Pro and Sero 7 LT were already awesome deals. Now at just $129 and $79, they are absolute steals! Read on to learn more.
If you’re on a tight budget and you want an Android tablet with decent specs, Hisense’s two new offerings, set to be available at Walmart starting today, might be just your cup of tea.
The update brings bug fixes and performance improvements, but also a couple of nice features, such as voice control through the tablet app and a smarter YouTube app.
They might have not been the absolute stars of the show at CES 2013, but the new line-up of Google TV powered products did turn some heads, so it would have been a terrible shame for us to totally ignore them.
Google TV has been slow going but slowly improving as well. At this year’s CES, OEMs are expected to announce new Google TV products. One of which is the popular ASUS, who did the Nexus 7 as well.
Google is not exactly a hit-and-miss company, with most of its recently released products reaching heights of success pretty fast, but if there’s one product in Mountain View’s portfolio that’s failed to fulfill its potential that’s definitely Google TV.