News CES Day Three

Published on January 11th, 2018 | by Brad Gibson

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CES 2018: A cube, a projector and five rings

Back to normal here in Vegas at CES 2018 and as things start to round the final turn to Friday’s finish, we found some good Apple TV options.

The Nanoleaf Remote controls gadgets that connect to Apple’s HomeKit platform. You set up scenes on your phone in advance and then attach them to one of the remote’s 12 sides, like one side for loud music, another for dimming the lights, and another to combine those two together. To switch between them, you just set the desired side face-up on the remote. The product will launch sometime this spring for $49.99 and require HomeKit to use on your Apple TV or iPad.

Nano leaf Remote photoThe Nanoleaf Remote

It’s a pretty penny, but the Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector (LSPX-A1) at $30,000 is 4K-ready that can project an image up to 120-inches with a peak brightness of 2500 lumens. The audio quality is just as incredible with its Glass Sound Speaker that generates 360-degree audio. Just connect it to an Apple TV 4K and with its 4K SXRD projection and HDR technology, the picture quality will keep you saying, “look at that picture!”

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw ProjectorSony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

Hulu has made a lot of comments this week here at CES 2018, and its newest is all about the Olympics. Hulu has announced its partnered with NBC to stream Hulu customers special access to the 2018 Winter Olympics. Hulu subscribers will have full access to NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics both live and on demand. In addition, users will be able to watch selected sports in a special section of their Hulu app.

Friday we’ll look at a series of TVs that made their debut here at CES 2018 that would fit perfectly with your Apple TV.

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Brad is co-founder and editor-in-chief of BESTAppleTV.com. He has been a technology reporter since the late 1980s having previously worked for MacUser, MacFormat, and iCreate magazines, as well as MacNN.com, MacObserver.com, MacCentral.com, MacMinute.com, and Macworld.com. He hosted and produced the MacFormat This Week podcast for three years. He was also a reporter, editor, and producer for the Associated Press and United Press International.



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