- News tagged "4k tv"
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Sharp is also at CES 2014 to announce its TV lineup for the year. Besides 4K TVs, the company also unveiled a full HD TV that's capable of playing 4K UHD content well because it has 10 million more subpixels than regular 1080p TV sets.
Sunday, 5 Jan 2014
After telling us which OLED TVs it's bringing to CES this week, LG has now told us the LCD TVs we can expect to see. Expectedly, these too are massive UHDTVs that come in both flat and curved form factors.
Polaroid will be showcasing its 50-inch 4K TV at CES 2014. The most attractive aspect of this TV is its US$1,000 price tag.
We know that big and long and curved UHDTVs will be making a splash at this year's CES. But that doesn't mean OLED TVs will be taking a back seat. LG for one will again be bringing its 77-inch curved OLED UHDTV to the trade show.
Thursday, 2 Jan 2014
Looking for the biggest UHDTV money can buy? Samsung's 110-inch S9 UHDTV has just gone on sale in select markets. The company will also be unveiling its newest smart TV remote control at CES 2014.
Friday, 26 Jul 2013
TCL has announced its 50-inch Ultra HD 4K LED television for US$999. Currently only available in the United States, this aggressively-priced 4K TV is slated for launch in September.
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
The world's largest 4K TV at 110 inches across and a super thin concept Blade TV are some of the highlights at manufacturing giant TCL's sprawling booth.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
LG has unveiled several new TV and related products at CES 2013. Some that caught our attention are new Google TVs and wider variety of Ultra HD TVs. The company has also stated its plans for its 55-inch OLED TV for the US market.
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012
Taiwanese TFT-LCD panel manufacturer, AU Optronics (AUO), recently unveiled a 65-inch 4K (Ultra HD) LCD TV panel based on the indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) semiconducting material.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
Despite Samsung's and LG's reassurances, 4K LCD televisions are more likely to enter mass production before OLED panels according to a recent article by DisplaySearch.