GOOGLE CHROMECAST ULTRA
www.google.com PRICE $99 Now with 4K capabilities, this brilliant TV-streaming gadget can do it all – and that includes casting a screen from your gadgets. There’s no remote, you use an app instead. T3 SAYS Funky, simple and effective.
fetchtv.com.au PRICE From $6 per month If you want a pay TV option but you don’t like what Foxtel’s offering, Fetch TV is a great choice, with integrated catch-up TV platforms like ABC iView and SBS On Demand. T3 SAYS Perfect for Australians looking to get more out of their TV viewing habits.
onlineshop.telstra.com.au PRICE $109 The Telstra TV is one of few streaming options in Australia and though it has fewer apps than the Chromecast, its Ethernet and HDMI ports mean there is no WiFi lag. T3 SAYS A more stable but slightly less thorough media streaming experience.
www.samsung.com/au PRICE $599 Samsung was the first to launch its 4K Blu-Ray player here and though its primary function is to play UltraHD, High Dynamic Range discs on the latest televisions, it also works perfectly well as a streaming hub. T3 SAYS Glorious overkill for TV thrills.
www.panasonic.com/au PRICE $899 This 4K Blu-ray flagship player dazzles with UHD HDR. Expect awesome images and audio via 4K Blu-ray discs, with 4K Netflix and the ability to upscale HD content, too. T3 SAYS Takes movie-viewing to the next level with Panasonic’s 4K Blu-ray player.
www.apple.com/au PRICE From $239 Apple TV works flawlessly with Apple’s own-brand tech, meaning you’ll be able to peruse selected online content natively, and mirror any other content using AirPlay. T3 SAYS A good option for integrating perfectly with other Apple devices.