As expected, the company has a couple of products lineup for the unveiling.Kicking things off, the brand has today expanded its Smart TV lineup with the launch of the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 series.The TV unveiled today is actually the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 series, and the Mi TV 5 Pro, and as expected, there are a number of them that make up the series.There isn’t much that we already do not know about the TV as the company already revealed all prior to today.First off, the Xiaomi TV 5 Pro comes in three variants – 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch Xiaomi TV 5 Pro.The three variants are all encased in an aluminum frame and come with a screw-less design and are just 5.9mm thick with little or no bezel.
Xiaomi is gearing up to introduce its first-ever smartwatch at an event in China alongside the Mi CC9 Pro and Mi TV 5.While speculations are rife about the features of these products, Xiaomi itself has been doing rounds of social media, teasing us folks about the upcoming launches.Now, for the very first time, we are in the know of a Mi Watch Pro that has quietly stayed under the radar till now.On the microblogging platform Weibo, the Xiaomi Watch Pro was name-dropped by a popular leakster, who since then has removed the said post.Though, GizChina has a screengrab of the post up with their report which states that the Xiaomi Mi Watch Pro is in development, meaning that it is still time before we see the company make an official announcement of the Pro variant of its smartwatch.What's interesting about this development is that the report mentions a round dial for the Mi Watch Pro which is a departure from the regular Mi Watch design.
Just recently, one of the Weibo users published a couple of photos showcasing the real appearance of the upcoming Xiaomi TV 5.We understand these photos only show the side of the upcoming TV, but it gives some worthy information.We mean, from these photos, we can see the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 will be very thin just like the Xiaomi TV 4S.If you remember, the latter has had a thickness of 4.9mm only.Thus, it was way slimmer than the iPhone.The whole machine uses a metal body, an integrated bent frame, a backplate without screws, and a fuselage thickness of 5.9mm.
The much-hyped November 5th event in China is only a few hours away.Xiaomi isn’t keeping anything secret at the moment.It has revealed quite a lot about the upcoming TV, the CC9Pro and the Mi Watch.Besides the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, and the Mi Watch, Xiaomi will also be updating its Mi TV series with the launch of the Mi TV 5 series.In an early morning teaser today, general manager of the Xiaomi TV Department – Xiao Xiaoshuang revealed the upcoming Xiaomi TV 5 series adopts a full-screen design, which is 47.1% narrower than the previous generation frame.The TV 5 gets a higher screen to body ratio, wider field of view, while offering a more immersive viewing experience.
Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, has an event on November 5th in China where it will release a couple of products which include Xiaomi CC9 Pro, Xiaomi Watch and Xiaomi TV 5.The CC9 Pro is considered as a version of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and earlier reports claim that the Note 10 will arrive in Spain on November 11.a new report from GadgetsFlix claims that it will come earlier.In fact, just a day after the CC9 Pro launch in China – November 6th.According to previous information, the Mi Note 10 series will have two versions – Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro.Both phones already have NBTC and EEC certifications which means that they will arrive in parts of Europe and Asia.
In a few days, Xiaomi will hold a new product launch conference.At the event, the company will uncover a few much-awaited products, including the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, its overseas version known as the Mi Note 10, the Xiaomi TV 5, and others.As you see, the manufacturer has been preparing for this event quite seriously.This also means it’s logical that we are receiving new information about these models every day.As for the TV line, it turns out Xiaomi will put a four-unit speaker in all variants.This was announced today by Xiao Xiaoshuang, general manager of the Xiaomi TV (Air Conditioning) Department through Weibo.
Yesterday, a leak has emerged that revealed some details about the design of the upcoming Xiaomi Smart TV.Today official images emerged confirming some of its specifications.This will be one of the most interesting Smart TVs launched by the brand, which is increasingly betting on this growing segment.However, we remain unaware of Xiaomi’s possible intentions to bring its Smart TVs to global markets.Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Specifications Officially ConfirmedIn the published images, several details were confirmed that will make the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 one of the most sought after an already extensive portfolio of the brand.
In addition to unveiling the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, and the Mi Watch smartphone, Xiaomi a few days ago confirmed it will be unveiling the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 come November 5th.Ahead of the launch, the brand has released a fresh teaser on Weibo that reveals the TV could mark its entry into the very premium TV segment.According to the teaser, the Xiaomi Mi TV 5 will feature the premium Quantum Dot display panels from Samsung.While the brand has yet to reveal official renders of the upcoming TV5 series, the latest teaser says the TV will come with a 4K QLED panel with NTSC 108% wide color gamut.This will mark a move from the LCD or LED panels currently employed by the Chinese firm for its range of Smart TV.The TV, much like the Oneplus TV might come with HDR, HDR 10+, and Dolby Vision.
Xiaomi’s smart TV lineup is doing quite well in the market especially in China and India.Recently, a popular Weibo user shared a screenshot of his private chat with Li Xiaoshuang, general manager of Xiaomi TV (air conditioning) department.In the screenshot, Li Xiaoshuang confirms that the release Xiaomi TV 5 is within a month.However, we have an exact date for the Xiaomi TV 5 arrival.A recent poster shows that it will come on November 5th and the slogan of the TV 5 series is “exploring new horizons!”Since the launch of the first generation of Xiaomi TV in September 2013, Xiaomi TV has four generations.
Xiaomi’s smart TV lineup is doing quite well in the market especially in China and India.Recently, a popular Weibo user shared a screenshot of his private chat with Li Xiaoshuang, general manager of Xiaomi TV (air conditioning) department.In the screenshot, Li Xiaoshuang confirms that the release Xiaomi TV 5 is within a month.The Weibo user asked: “When will Xiaomi TV 5 arrive?At the beginning of next year?.” Li Xiaoshuang replied: “Quick, within a month.”In other words, the TV 5 will be officially released before November 19.
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Not everyone can fork out on a fully-fledged 5.1 speaker system to grace their living rooms.But as voracious consumers of TV shows and films, we all want something that sounds better than what’s oozing out of our slim new flatscreen TVs.To that end, we’ve rounded up ten of the best soundbars and soundbases you can find on the market, in two price categories.There’s one for every home and use here, with plenty of clever technology, streaming features and exciting sound quality to reel you in.Additional words by Kashfia KabirQ Acoustics Media 4 | Canton DM55 | Yamaha YSP-1600 | Cambridge Audio TV5 V2 | JBL Boost TV
What is the Cambridge Audio TV5 v2 ?The basic black box is livened up slightly by a removable cloth grille with a few curves and angles cut into it, but otherwise it s rather workmanlike.To be fair, though, soundbases don t need to be a work of art – their brief is to blend in, and on that score the TV5 succeeds.Of far greater importance is the TV5 s solid build quality.The "seamless" MDF bodywork is clad in black gloss paint – an upgrade from the MDF panels and vinyl wrap used by its predecessor – and stands on four chunky feet that provide superb stability.The V-shaped stand of my 55in TV clumsily pokes over the edges, which isn t the case with my resident Canton DM100.
Crucially this isn t new money - Hammond s predecessor George Osborne had announced this in November 2015, during the last spending review.What was new was the pledge Britain would go on the offensive against attackers and not simply turn the other cheek.The alternative, Hammond, warned was armed war.Also new was a sharper focus, announced by Hammond, around tactics and strategy around cyber security to protect the nation s critical national infrastructure and business.In October defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon said Britain had used cyber warfare against ISIS as part of the bid to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul.We will deter those who seek to steal from us, or harm our interests, Hammond told Microsoft s Future Decoded conference in London on Tuesday.
French ministers had been in attendance at the Paris headquarters."It's the worst thing that can happen to you in television," Mr Bigot told me in his Paris office.Screens went blank in the foyer of TV5MondeIt was a race against time - more systems were corrupted with every passing minute."We were saved from total destruction by the fact we had launched the channel that day and the technicians were there," said Mr Bigot.Others followed later that morning.
The Democratic National Committee is still reeling from a cyber-attack at the hands of Russian hackers, who breached its network and stole data it had on Donald Trump.The Russian embassy has denied any knowledge of the attacks.Hacking is one of the more valuable because it gives you a treasure trove of information.Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton called the hack troubling but stated that there is no evidence that her own campaign had been hacked.In its own blog post, CrowdStrike explained that it has identified two groups or operations that were possibly responsible for the cyber-attacks on the DNC, dubbed Cozy Bear and Fancy Bear.It has been linked to the cyber-attacks last year on the German Bundestag and France s TV5 Monde TV station.