- News tagged "4k"
Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
The two new logos should help consumers find out if a TV, monitor, or projector they wish to buy supports 4K UHD content.
Thursday, 18 Sep 2014
To help with the issue of large 4K video file sizes, SanDisk has come up with the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I card if you want to shoot 4K videos with your smartphone, tablet or action camera.
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
At IFA 2014, Samsung unveiled the world’s first and largest bendable television for the European market. This 105-inch model is even bigger than the 85-inch one we saw at CES.
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
Sony's newest S90 4K TV comes in 65 and 75-inch screen sizes, and sports a combination of a curved LCD screen and powerful multi-angle live speaker system.
Monday, 16 Jun 2014
Hisense, a manufacturer based in Qingdao, China, has risen to fourth position in the global ranking of total TV shipments by manufacturer. It lost to Sony by a mere 0.1% overall, but defeated the same company and ranked among the top 3 in the 4K and large-screen TV segments.
Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
The Toshiba Satellite P50t, unveiled at CES 2014, is one of the world's first notebooks to feature a 4K Ultra HD touch display. It is also Technicolor certified for true-to-life imagery.
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
Have a Samsung smart TV from last year that supports the company's Evolution Kit? Well, new versions of the upgrade kits have arrived to bring the latest features to your 1-year old TV sets.
Thursday, 5 Jun 2014
Intel's senior VP and GM, Kirk Skaugen, told us today that the company is collaborating with display partners like Samsung to make 4K displays more affordable for consumers. We can expect to see quality yet affordable 4K displays by this year end's holiday shopping season.
Friday, 16 May 2014
Xiaomi's second-generation Android-based smart TV, the Mi TV 2, is a powerful 49-inch 4K TV that doesn't cost a bomb. But unless you're living in China, be prepared to wait for quite a while to get one.
Thursday, 6 Feb 2014
Sony has just announced its intention to sell its PC business. The still-bleeding TV business is safe for now, but the company will split it out and make it a wholly-owned subsidiary.