CES 2017 took place this week in Las Vegas, with many new products unveiled, including Technics' SL-1200GR turntable and Panasonic's second-generation of OLED TVs. Also at CES, Sony announced that it is to enter the 4K OLED market.
Last year Technics released the latest version of its SL-1200 turntable, the SL-1200G. This year it's back with the SL-1200GR.
The GR is seen as the standard model, with a coreless direct-drive motor, a low mass tonearm and an aluminium and rubber construction designed to eliminate resonance.
It's expected that the SL-1200GR will cost less than the 1200G, with a price around £1500 likely.
Panasonic has announced its second-generation OLED TV in the form of the EZ1002.
The flagship EZ1002 is a flatscreen rather than curved display, supports HDR10 and will arrive with an updated version of Freeview Play.
No price has been confirmed, but it could reach the UK in June.
Sony has entered the OLED TV market, launching a full range of 4K OLED Bravia TVs, labelled the A1 series.
The A1 line houses an X1 Extreme 4K HDR processor that Sony claims produces deeper blacks and brighter colours. There's a form of HDR remastering that can upscale standard definition content to "near 4K HDR quality".
Sony has signed a deal with LG Display to produce OLED screens and is expected to start shipping in Q3 2017.
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Read the full Panasonic TX-40DX700B review