It’s the latest battle of the acronyms — OLED vs. LED If you’re after the best TV for your almighty dollars, you need to know the difference
When OLED TVs first arrived in 2013, they were lauded for their perfect black levels and excellent color, but took a bit of a hit due to brightness levels that couldn’t compete with LED/LCD TVs. There was also a huge price gap between OLED TVs (not to be confused with QLED) and their premium LED/LCD counterparts. That’s all changed. OLED TVs are much brighter than they used to be, and the prices have come down, but LED TVs still have some distinct advantages. Let’s take a look at how these two TV technologies are different and explore the strengths and weaknesses of each.
A Smart Lighting System Can Make Your Kitchen and Bath Look Amazing and Simplify Your Day
So much happens in the kitchen and bath that it’s often difficult to have the lights at the right intensity levels at all times. When you’re cooking, you need the lights brighter; lower when you sit down to eat. As you apply makeup or shave, you’ll want the lights bright, but when you’re unwinding in a hot bath at the end of the day, an intensity level that mimics candlelight is apropos.
In the past, we’ve relied on dimmer switches to adjust the intensity levels of the lights. While this approach still works well, smart lighting products have introduced a whole new level of convenience and control to the management of home lighting. Plus, these solutions are so much more cosmetically pleasing than the switches of yesteryear.
Whether you have an Amazon Echo, Echo Spot, Dot, Tap, Show, or any of the myriad devices that currently work with Alexa, there are lots of things you can ask the virtual assistant to do
While you likely already know that the assistant can read a couple lines of a Wikipedia entry or spout off a laundry list of facts pertaining to Samuel L. Jackson, we doubt you’re aware of everything it’s currently capable of doing. Such being the case, we’ve compiled the top Echo tips and tricks to help you make the most of Amazon Alexa.
A Greater Toronto Area Custom Audio/Video Integrator Provides an Easy Guide
TAGS: Home Automation | Smart Home
What’s home automation? It’s not a silly question. When customers call Kisasa for advice on how to automate their homes, they’re often unsure what automation is exactly, let alone know the level of “intelligence” that they want in their home. Drawings from years of experience using and providing integration services throughout Ontario, we assembled this brief guide to help you decide exactly how “automated” you want your home to be.