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Reviews: This Is a Blatant Advertisement (Please Excuse Us) – It’s The Sony Bravia X800D 4K HDR TV

Reviews: This Is a Blatant Advertisement (Please Excuse Us) – It’s The Sony Bravia X800D 4K HDR TV

Feature/Review of the Sony Bravia X800D 4K HDR TV

(Posted by Anna C. De Chavez, March 26 2017)

Sony Bravia X800D

QUESTION: What do you want in a TV? Great sound, crisp image, and interactive interface, right? Well, Sony Bravia X800D 4K HDR TV brings you so much more. This TV brings in a very good compact home theater display – that for one is one of the best things about this television.

Vivid Movies

Now imagine a movie evening with the family with wide-color gamut/ high dynamic range with its Triluminos Display.

Imagine watching Iron-Man, Spider-man, heck even the great war films such as Fury and the likes, with this TV it’s going to be explosive.

Immersive Gaming

What about gaming? Me as a gamer, I love playing at home, especially if the screen gives me those brilliant colors and impressive brightness levels, and that is what you are getting with this hot shot Sony Bravia X800D.

What’s even more impressive? Its 4K X-Reality PRO, another feature of the X800D. It smartly, analyses each pixel using an image database, then automatically adds contrast, detail, and texture to every single frame of your content that gives it its robust colors.

Imagine having that while gaming Assassin’s Creed or Final Fantasy – the colors come to life!

With its specs what more can you ask for?

 

Win a 4K HDR Sony BRAVIA X8000D Android TV

 

The Sony Bravia X800D 4K HDR TV Features/ Specs:

 

  • Smart TV: Android TV with Apps and Full Web Browser
  • HEVC (H.265) Included: Yes
  • VP9 Included. Yes
  • HD to UHD upscaling: Yes
  • HDCP 2.2 Compliance: Yes
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz native refresh rate
  • Screen Lighting: Edge-lit LED backlighting
  • Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160 pixels UHD
  • Wireless Connectivity: Yes, includes both built-in WiFi and Ethernet port
  • Remotes: Sony button remote with voice recognition
  • Connectivity: 4 HDMI 2.0a ports, 3 USB ports, 1 Ethernet port, 1 Component, 1 composite, 1 Audio Out, 1 Digital Audio Out
  • Sound: 10 W+10 W
  • Contrast Ratio: 3,882:1
  • Black Level maximum: 0.028 cd/m2
  • 3D Technology: none
  • TV dimensions (box):
  • 43 inch: 27.76 x 42.44 x 6.22 inches.
  • 49 inch: 30.71 x 47.76 x 6.65 inches
  • Processor: 4K Processor X1 Quad Core

 

Great Value, Ultimate Quality

Compared to most Smart 4K TVs, this bad boy comes in cheaper but you won’t get shoddy quality for it. For one, this comes from Sony, the trusted brand for this kind of technology. It’s a TV built for family enjoyment with sensible price.

Now what are you waiting for? Go buy one! (Currently making ways to get it (-; )

*For more info, please visit Sony PH’s website at http://www.sony.com.ph/

Also make sure to check out Yugatech.

(Admin Anna)

What’s Your Superhero Name (Superhero Name Generator)

What’s Your Superhero Name (Superhero Name Generator)

What’s Your Superhero Name Quiz/ Game

(Superhero Name Generator)

 

Take the first letter of your name and surname and you can be a hero too!

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100 years after it was written, Lord of the Rings spin-off novel is set to be released this year

100 years after it was written, Lord of the Rings spin-off novel is set to be released this year

You read it right, 100 years after it was written, J.R.R. Tolkien‘s story about Beren and Lúthien will be published this year.

Beren and Luthien

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Harper Collins will release the book sometime in 2017, and will tackle the story about Beren, a mortal man and Lúthien, an elfen maiden. The couple appeared in The Silmarillion, and was mentioned by Aragorn, whose relationship with Arwen in The Lord of the Rings is very similar to that of Beren and Lúthien.

The story, first released in a 12-volume series called The History of Middle-Earth, will now be available as a standalone book that includes illustrations by Alan Lee and passages from several iterations of Tolkien’s work.

Hope for upcoming movies for this. I just hope they don’t milk it and drag the story too long like they did with The Hobbit.

(Source ign.com)

(Admin Ryan)

Because He’s Batman!

Because He’s Batman!

So you won’t be confused…

The Many Emotions of Batman meme

Because he’s Batman

The many emotions of Batman.

RIP Carrie Fisher (Died at 60)

RIP Carrie Fisher (Died at 60)

Farewell Princess Leia. May the Force be with you always…

Carrie Fisher (1956-2016)

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I am sorry

I am sorry

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I have been very busy for these past 2 weeks owing to the fact that this is the holiday rush. For this very reason, I am failing to create comics to post for this site, I am doing a day job and some more errands on the side, and for this I am very sorry. To the loyal followers of this site, please bear with me. I’ll try doing the comics (which I hope you love), and hope to do two episodes for next week.

Again my sincerest apologies.

 

Admin Ryan

My Top 5 favorite 90’s animes

My Top 5 favorite 90’s animes

There are only three countries I wanted to visit. Seriously, only three. Israel for religious reasons, Italy because I am a visual artist (for me going there is paying homage to the great masters of years past), and Japan because of Anime reasons (they say it’s also a great place to visit so why not?).

If you grew up in the 90’s, you have to love the various anime programs that cropped out during the decade. And for this post, I am posting the Top 5 of those programs which I loved.

My Favorite Top 5 90’s Anime

  1. Dragon Balltop favorite 90's anime - Dragon Ball

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I practically grew up with Goku,the series’main protagonist. From childhood up to his disappearance in GT (I haven’t seen Super yet, maybe I’ve grown up a bit). I even tried emulating his speed (although right now I kind of regret it because it’s too embarrassing to remember). Man, Dragon Ball is the bomb! It’s  a shame that Hollywood still can’t do justice for this on the the big screen given the advances in technology and all.

Maybe it’s the weird hairdo’s? I don’t know, but Dragon Ball was the best ever in terms of entertainment value and great story line. Goku just doesn’t die, he lives forever. In our hearts.

2. Yu Yu Hakusho (aka Ghost Fighter) 

Yu Yu Hakusho Ghost Fighter

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For those of you living in this side of the world, who can ever forget the “Tapusin, Tapusin“(End it, End it) chant? Anyone who watched this anime uttered those words each time they watch Yusuke and  Toguro duke it out. We just love them.

The impressions, the attitude. Every guy tried to emulate at least one of the major characters. It’s funny to remember now how kids would form their hands into guns and shout “Ray Gun”while chasing their playmates into the roundabouts of the village. At least this is a training for our imagination, a form of escapism as a child.

3. Voltes V

Voltes V

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I know, I know this is already a classic having been released 40-50 years ago? I just don’t know, but this was part of my formative years. In the 80’s they didn’t even let the show end, it just vanished. Come the 90’s, thanks to the popularity of its song in a gag show, if you know what I mean. If you don’t here it is:

It came back to relevance because of that show and we finally saw how the show ended at last. It’s great that the Armstrong brothers finally get to see their father, but all we care about was Jamie. Right? Right?

4. Gundam Wing

Gundam Wing

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As if fascination with Voltes V robot wasn’t enough, this one captivated everyone and started the Gundam toy craze in the country. Many will try to deny it but the design of these robots is so great it compels you to buy one so you can touch one with your hands.

Its popularity is so immense that Japan has a statue of a Gundam in a park in Tokyo. See here.

This is one of the great what ifs in the history of anime. What if in the near future we can have and see a real Gundam in battle, it can be a reality because it can be done; and knowing how quirky and imaginative the Japanese can be, it’s only a matter of time before we can actually have one.

5. Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk

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Basketball is undoubtedly the unofficial favorite sport in the Philippines. That being said, it is no wonder that this anime is a staple in every kid’s mind. Slam Dunk is a story of Hanamichi Sakuragi’s journey from being a prospect to a budding star of the sports. Its great storyline captures and burns the flame of competition for those fans who watched this program. It is undoubtedly, one of the best.

There are a lot more programs I wish to share but I think I cannot finish this article if I tackle it one by one. Maybe for another time. ‘Til then!

(Admin Ryan)

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