Want to watch "Breaking Bad" in glorious Ultra HD, which offers four times the resolution of typical high-def? Today, getting the bleeding edge in home-video entertainment requires a pricier Sony 4K…
4K Ultra High Definition TV
4K won't get anyone excited if there's no way to get the format into homes, or worse, if it looks no better than today's HDTV.
While 4K television technology promises dazzling visuals — providing four times the resolution of current 1080p HD — for the near future it will remain a luxury item well beyond the reach of…
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So the cycle of history is: Cinema gets a head start, TV catches up, cinema panics and lurches forward. Repeat.
Consumer electronics companies are hoping 4K Ultra High Definition TV will be the next big thing, but parts of the TV biz are proceeding like it's already here.