News tagged ‘4k’
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
Home theater fans with deep-enough pockets for LG's upcoming 84-inch LM9600 4K TV can expect it to go on sale here sometime during the first week of October.
Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012
Toshiba unveils an 84-inch Quad Full-HD TV model at IFA, which makes it the largest 4K-capable television set the Japanese CE maker has yet to unleash. The Ultra High-Definition TV will be released next year with passive 3D features.
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
Imagine a 103-inch glasses-free plasma 3D TV. Yes, you'd better believe it, for Panasonic has just unveiled the massive screen over at IFA 2012 which makes the Toshiba RZ1 looks puny in comparison. Also on show is a 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision PDP.
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
Samsung is showcasing its 55-inch ES9500 OLED TV at IFA 2012. Also on show is the 75-inch LED ES9000 Smart TV with a rose-gold bezel and the latest Smart Content. The Samsung Smart Hub demoed Angry Birds, played for the first time on Samsung Smart TV using gestures.
Sony has unveiled its first 4K 3D TV at IFA 2012, and it comes in the form of the 84-inch Bravia 84X900.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
LG is the first in the world to launch an 84-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV, which is capable of supporting the new 4K display resolution. The 84LM9600 is currently only available in Korea, but LG has said that it will bring the TV to Asia sometime in September 2012.
Wednesday, 20 Jun 2012
Onkyo unveils two 4K-ready home entertainment systems with loads of connectivity options. The HT-S6500 and HT-S7500 are geared towards the mid-range space, and they come with tantalizing prices too. Read on for more.
Friday, 1 Jun 2012
TimeScapes is the world's first 4K movie that was shot, edited and color-graded at 4K resolution (4096x2304 pixels) to be sold. It's created by award-winning cinematographer and director Tom Lowe and features stunning slow-motion and timelapse cinematography of landscapes, people, and wildlife.
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Super high-resolution 4K and 8K UHDTV standards have been drafted by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) after a decade of research and development.
Monday, 12 Jul 2010
YouTube already has 1080p support for videos, but they just went four times the pixel count with 4K resolution . Anyone has a really big screen we can borrow?