Sony Sticking to 4K

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Last week, the Consumer Electronics Association announced its plan to label the next generation of high definiton televisions as Ultra HD, along with some baseline specifications to qualify for the label. Sony, for one, isn’t planning on toeing the line. Sony has announced that they plan to continue using the 4K moniker by labeling their future products as 4K UHD. […]

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CEA Settles on Ultra High-Definition to Describe 4K or QuadHD TVs

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The Consumer Electronics Association has announced that the next generation of high-definiton televisions will officially be labeled Ultra High-Definition. Several TV manufacturers have already launched TVs running at resolutions higher than current HDTVs, and they have been marketed as 4K, QuadHD, or Ultra HD. The CEA is hoping that standardizing on a specific term and setting minimum standards will assist […]

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4K or OLED Is a Strange Question

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I get that these sorts of posts are mostly about generating clicks via false dichotomy, but I don’t understand the basis of pitting a display technology against a resolution. These concepts are in no way mutually exclusive – we can, and probably will have 4K OLED HDTVs before long. Of course both of these technologies are currently relegated to the […]

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Toshiba Announces 4K 3DTV for U.S. in Q1 2012

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If LG’s upcoming 84″ 4K TV is too big for your living room, then Toshiba wants you to know that they have you covered. Toshiba has announced that they are planning to bring a 55″ 4K 3DTV to the U.S. in the next few months. The 3D will run at a relatively measly 720p, but it will be autostereoscopic, so […]

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