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HD Report | April 23, 2017

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$40,000 gets you Samsung’s 85″ 4K TV

March 21, 2013 | 1

Remember that 85″ 4K TV from Samsung we told you about in January? Yeah, turns out it’s not really gonna ship with a bargain basement price. Read More

Toshiba 2nd Gen Ultra HD TVs on view at CES

January 8, 2013 | 1

Toshiba is displaying several of their second generation Ultra HD TVs at CES this week. The new L9300 series are powered by Toshiba’s CEVO 4K Quad+Dual Core Processor and support 3D as well as advanced Cloud TV functionality. Toshiba’s … Read More

Samsung unveils 85″ 4K TV

January 8, 2013 |

Forget the bedroom, the one place where size truly matters is at CES 2013. After LG and Sony grabbed headlines with their new 84″ 4K TVs, wouldn’t you know it, Samsung has just upped the ante by an inch. At a massive 85 inches, Sammy’s UN85S9 now owns the title of world’s largest very large Ultra High-Definition TV. UPDATE: Westinghouse Captures Size Title. This diva of a display also sets itself apart from the pack with its unique floor-standing artist’s easel frame which keeps the huge screen suspended in air while also holding a 120-watt 2.2 speaker system. The UN85S9 becomes available in March. No word on a price yet.Read More

Sony displays first 56″ 4k OLED TV at CES 2013

January 8, 2013 |

If you’re not sure what to check out at CES 2013, we suggest visiting Sony to take a look at their prototype 56″ 4k OLED TV. The 4k Quad HD TV (with resolution of 3840 x 2160) uses Sony’s … Read More

YouTube now supporting 4k Quad HD resolution

July 12, 2010 | 4

Still from "Lupe" by Evin Grant First they added 720p HD, then 1080p HD, now YouTube has gone even further by offering 4k HD video. The 4096×2304 resolution format is immense, takes much longer to stream, and can really only be appreciated on high resolution output devices such as a projector or giant TV. You also might crash your PC trying to view the 4k video. But all that doesn’t matter. YouTube has just become “cooler” by launching a resolution higher than even television service providers offer. Read More