Is buying a 4K TV as simple as ensuring that it has a 4K resolution? Not quite, especially if you want your multi-thousand-dollar investment to last as long as possible. In this article, we decode the TV jargon most consumers face today.
You've probably heard about the Intel Compute Stick by now, and are no doubt wondering how it looks in action. As it turns out, it works as advertised, turning our HDMI-enabled TV into a Windows 8.1 desktop with a glorious amount of screen real estate. It fits discreetly behind your TV and turns on the moment you give it power. We take you through its key features and capabilities, all in this video right here!
The HDMI 2.0 specifications have been announced, which features bandwidth that has been updated to 18Gbps, from 10.2Gbps of the older HDMI 1.4. Besides this, HDMI 2.0 also boasts of support for 4K video at a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 pixels. The new standard is backward compatible with its earlier versions.