Five 50 inch TVs that will Blow your Mind

Posted by on Sep 16, 2015 in Devices | Comments Off on Five 50 inch TVs that will Blow your Mind

Five 50 inch TVs that will Blow your Mind

From plasma TVs to the High Definition (HD) flat screen TVs, while television buyers have seen the best of technology so far, these are fast making way for the Ultra HD 4K TV models.

Each TV buyer looks for best picture quality, cost effectiveness, longevity, comfort to eye and in-built sound quality while selecting from a range of TVs. The competition, however, is bigger and the features are also far beyond these basics.

To help the buyers make a better choice, here is a brief on five 50 inch TVs that will Blow your Mind. For meeting all the above mentioned conditions and also for dream home cinema viewing experience, 50 inch TVs are the best to choose.

TV is no longer limited to the job of entertainment. It is now an educator and a companion as well. Also, it adds value to the lifestyle. With shortage of time to go out for watching films, most viewers prefer having concepts for home theatres. A 50 inch TV thus meets all your demands.

As a parent, if you are concerned over the safety of the eyes of your kid who is glued to the TV all day, choose the 50-inch size to minimize effect of glare.

Samsung UE55HU8500

It is Samsung’s 4K curved TV. This model is considered the best addition made by Samsung to its range of Ultra HD TVs. Best known for its picture quality, this product is particularly designed to protect eyes even if you keep watching it throughout the day. The curvy design appeals to the eye and gives an aesthetic look to your living room. The screen, which is the unique selling feature of this TV easily configures with any other multi-media devices.

Panasonic TX-50AX802

Apart from its well-crafted pedestal, this TV excels with its Freetime roll-back program guide. This model is known for its energy efficiency, master colour, non-stop streaming and smooth interface. This was the first TV that offered the free time rollback browsing feature for selecting channels. Most other models followed suit. This TV has an intelligent guide that makes best recommendations for upcoming showcase on every channel.


Toshiba 50L4353

This TV, priced at £500, is best picked for its cost effectiveness. It has a multimedia playback DLNA networked computers. This TV connects to Toshiba’s Cloud TV online platform. Video streaming with this TV is a cakewalk. The pictures are presented at 100Hz processing speed.

Sony KDL-50W829

This TV is packed with all the unique features a Sony TV could offer you that’s not 4k. But what makes it even more a sought after product is its price range. This TV offers excellent viewing for all variety of visuals right from infotainment to sports. Discovery search and program suggestion bar are its two prime features. Its perfect for watching the latest esports.

LG 55LA740V

The pictures seen on this TV appear remarkably bold and leave a deeper impact on the viewer. Flaunting travel or party pictures on this screen can work well for the buyers. It adds to the brightness and sharpness levels of the pictures.

Some advantages that a 50 inch TV has over the other sizes is that it looks suitable in all sizes of rooms. Also, these can be fitted well both in living as well as drawing room.

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Sports 2.0 is already here – ESports!

Posted by on Aug 24, 2015 in Gaming news | Comments Off on Sports 2.0 is already here – ESports!

Sports 2.0 is already here – ESports!

Assuming your first reaction to the title will be negative and you’ll be like “what is he talking about, playing video games is not a sport?!”, I kindly ask you to stay just for a moment to have us reconsider some facts. Maybe you will change your mind.
First of all, we need to define what actually a sport is. The one definition that we hear most often, and the one that most people would agree to, is that sports generally is a competition between two or more opponents who compete for entertainment, or glory or some sort of prize. Elaborating on that we could also conclude that every sport needs certain elements to be recognized as such:
– Opponents (players, teams,…)
– Playing field (arena, stadium, table,…)
– Audience
– Prize (a trophy, money,… )

espnskip2So, starting from the top – ESports not only has great number of teams or individual players who compete on tournaments or championships but it also has pro-players who make a living out of playing it (and a six figure living, if you know what I mean). One of these players may as well be your scrawny-next-door -kid with glasses who never comes out of the house. But, that “indoors” part is perhaps necessary in order to become on of the pro-guys who have a paid salary from their team, because competition is tough and they have to train couple of hours every single day. Again, I hear you say “What the f— do they train, man?!” Well, they do. In order to be good at ESports your mind has to be sharp, as well as your coordination and anticipation, just like in your old fashioned game of soccer, isn’t it?

When it comes to the next requirement, i.e. the playing “field”, we could just take a lo
ok at a few pictures of recent ESports events and it would be clear that they do have truly respectable arenas and battlefields. For example, last League of Legends championship was held in front of 40-50.000 spectators in a stadium in Seoul! Of course, a decade back most of these competitions were being held in hotels or conference rooms but now even football stadiums are too small for all of those who want to come and support their team.

And they DO support, in great numbers. Audience for this sport is constantly increasing, and it was estimated that in 2013 over 70 million people worldwide watched competitive gaming! In fact, there is a TV program in South Korea that is completely dedicated to ESports competitions (24/7). Even the famous ESPN did a preview of DOTA2 grand final last year! Make sure you check out this these highly rated gaming monitor.
11393171_937377782971494_1344796149803067903_nAnd in the end, there is also the element of reward for a winner and the effort he put into beating the opponent. A lot of money is going around in this business, and with all the internet gambling and online booking it is only growing and growing. One example will probably be enough – the complete prize pool for that same DOTA2 championship in Seattle was around 11 million US dollars!
Players and fans of videogames like League of Legends, DOTA2, StarCraft2 and Diablo III, which are the most popular at the moment, are something that surely is a thing of the future. All of the enormous growth and expansion from South East Asia to all over the world is something that should be reckoned with and it is maybe time for everybody to take notice that Sport2.0 is already among us.

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