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GOOGLE CHROME­CAST UL­TRA 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.

FETCH TV 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.


on­li­­ 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.sam­ 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.pana­ 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.ap­ 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.

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