A new generation of iPhone is here, and this time we have both the iPhone 8 and iPhone X (pronounced "ten") to lust after.
For those who are ready to camp out in front of your local Apple Store, there are some tough decisions to make.
The biggest question from anyone who has run out and purchased a new 4K TV is often, "How do I watch 4K video?" It's not as simple as turning on your cable box, but luckily more options are available these days to enjoy stunning 4K gaming, videos, movies and TV shows at home.
Keep reading to learn about some of the most popular ways to unlock the full potential of your 4K TV and ensure you're not settling for 1080p.
Where Can I Stream 4K Video?
Many people these days are living in a streaming world, which, until recently, meant settling for less than the best in terms of picture quality.
Here at Slickdeals, we're big proponents of cutting the cord, but the experience is still fragmented with programming and channels spread across a variety of apps and services.
When it comes to streaming devices, the landscape is also split based on where your media library lives — with Apple, Google, or Amazon. But the redesigned, new-for-2017 NVIDIA SHIELD TV aims to remedy the separation by delivering an all-encompassing Android TV experience along with a real solution for cost-effective, high-end gaming.
NVIDIA sent myself (SD's gaming expert) and Johan (SD's seasoned cord-cutter) each a 2017 model SHIELD TV, and after living with the device for a few weeks as our one-and-only entertainment hub, we'd like to share our experiences with you in this joint review.
SHIELD TV Highlights
Stream your own PC games to the TV.
Android 7.0 TV operating system.
One of the fastest streaming devices on the market.
4K HDR ready.
Comes with Google Assistant for advanced search and smart home control capabilities.
Both remote and game controller have microphones for voice commands.
16GB built-in storage, expandable with external USB drive.
What's in the Box
The sleek look of the redesigned SHIELD TV easily complements any entertainment setup, and adds a ton of convenience and performance thanks to its Android 7.0 TV operating system and 4K HDR streaming capability.
We were pleasantly surprised by how compact the unit is, measuring about the size of a DVD case.