4K TV delivers Netflix like never before. But is 4K worth it?
CSMonitor.com asks: What does Kevin Spacey’s face look on a 4K TV?
Netflix viewers with the latest television technology are about to find out.
Netflix announced on Sunday it had begun streaming its popular “House of Cards” series, in addition to several nature documentaries, in 4K ultra high definition, a picture quality that’s several times greater than regular HD. Though there are only a handful of televisions that can handle 4K video, which boasts as many pixels as a movie screen packed into a fraction of the size, it has been touted at recent tech conferences as the Next Big Thing in TV. Reviewers have started to get their hands on the technology and streaming video. Does the verdict predict an ultra high-definition television future?
To find out, let’s get back to Mr. Spacey.