After its introduction at CES 2017, the cutting-edge Sony BRAVIA A1 OLED TV made its way to Southeast Asia in February, and subsequently landed on Malaysian shores in April. The visually-stunning TV not only features the best in Sony’s display technologies, but also break new ground in the audio department. The BRAVIA A1 is now available in 55-inch and 65-inch size options (with the top-of-the-line 77-inch coming soon).
Netflix is serious about anime. At its Anime Slate 2017 event in Tokyo today, the company announced that it is producing and releasing more original anime titles this year and next year. The global video streaming giant had previously announced original titles like the Death Note live-action movie, and BLAME! Anime aside, there are more than 10 Netflix Originals produced in the country. Continue Reading77 0
I don’t know about you, but I’m completely sold on Dolby Atmos—the sound experience that makes you feel like you’re inside the action. I’m sure you’ve experienced it in Dolby Atmos-enabled cinemas and if you haven’t, you should. It’s breathtaking. And as we move towards 4K and HDR content, the next level up is an upgrade to multi-dimensional, cinematic sound. The supercool thing is, this next generation surround sound audio technology is heading to Netflix.60 0
For what I’d describe as a big name brand, LG is one elusive player, specifically in the Malaysian mobile market. While our next door neighbour Singapore usually gets some love from LG Mobile, we’re lucky to get metal flakes from last year’s devices. But hold your horses, there’s some good news. The flagship LG G6, is actually going to make an appearance officially – in the first week of May.481 2