Ultra HD To Blow Up In 2014: 5 Things You Need To Know About 4K TVs
The International Business Times (ibtimes.com) reports on what consumers need to know…
The next step for HDTVs, following a poor consumer response to 3D technology, is the ultra-high resolution known as 4K. Roughly four times the resolution of a 1080p television, 4K is on the cusp of becoming mainstream.
4K offers a hyper-realistic resolution that, unlike 3D, actually makes entertainment more immersive for everyone. It is here to stay, and ready to break through in 2014. Here are five things you need to know about the next step in home theater technology.
At this point, many of us fully understand the difference between an older, standard resolution television set and an HDTV. Even those of us who don’t are aware that older CRT screens, or “tube TVs” are no longer for sale in retail stores. They offered a resolution of 480p, which equated to 704×480 in a 4:3 aspect ratio, meaning there were 480 vertical lines of resolution that created a TV image.