Entries Tagged as '4k tv'

Loewe and Hisense Enter Strategic Partnership

August 6th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

German 3D TV maker Loewe recently partnered with Chinese company Hisense in order to achieve further reach into the Chinese market and use of Hisense’s 4K technology. Hisense is said to benefit from the partnership by entering further into the European market, as well as using Loewe’s quality television software that includes multimedia and web […]

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Seiki UHD TV Offers 4K but Not Much Else

July 10th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

A few weeks back we were excited to learn about an affordable 4K TV from the lesser known brand Seiki, but today we don’t feel the same way. True, the TV is still affordable. The 50-inch model retails for $1,399 dollars and the new 39-inch version is just $699 dollars. However, we should share a […]

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Toshiba 4Ks Launch at Reasonable Prices

June 29th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

We know what the prices are already in the infantile 4K TV market. Outrageous. However, Toshiba just released their price points and they’re not that bad. For starters, it took them long enough. Samsung, LG, Sony, and other brands like Seiki definitely beat Tosh to the race. But surely that’s no big whoop to the […]

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Eurovision Young Dancers Show a 3D 4K Test-Bed

June 18th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The Eurovision Young Dancers competition, which aired last week from Poland, is said to have been a technology testing ground for combined 3D and 4K broadcasts. While we’re not too familiar with the competition (probably like most Americans), it’s still interesting to hear that the show is being broadcast using both 3D and 4K cameras. […]

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DisplaySearch Director Warns 4K Manufacturers of 3D TV Pitfalls

April 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

DisplaySearch Director of TV Electronics and Europe TV Research Paul Gray told everyone that 4K TV manufacturers need not walk into 3D TVs footsteps, so to speak. The warning was given at this year’s IFA Global Press Conference in Sardinia. Gray reiterated that 3D TV has “overpromised and under-delivered” in general. Gray cited issues of […]

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Sony May Potentially Test 4K Broadcast at FIFA World Cup

April 6th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

In the spirit of this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conferences in Las Vegas, beginning today and going through next week, talks have naturally begun about 4K broadcasting. And it appears as though the 2014 FIFA World Cup may become a testing ground for broadcasting in the new Ultra HD format with the F65 […]

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Samsung 84-Inch 4K Starts Out at Forty K

March 24th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

We aren’t the least bit surprised that the March pre-order for the new Samsung 4K ultra-high definition TV is going to cost $40,000 dollars. We aren’t surprised because we already knew that the Sony 4K is starting at $25,000. However, since that number has been floating around our heads for a little while (and now […]

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Toshiba Launches Second Generation UHD TV Line in Saudi Arabia

March 12th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The latest Toshiba 4K model released this week in Saudi Arabia has all the bells and whistles. The L9300 features 3840 X 2160 UHD display, a quad core plus dual core processor, cloud functionality, and passive 3D. It also features Resolution Restoration, Surface Brilliance Enhancement, and Color Gamut Enhancement for converting content to 4K, as […]

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PS4 Will Feature 4K On-Demand Movie Service

March 8th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Leading up to the recent Sony press conference where the announcement was made that the new PlayStation 4 would be released likely by November 2013, it was rumored that the system would support 4K gaming. Unfortunately, we’ve since learned that it will not support 4K gaming. It doesn’t come as much of a surprise, though, […]

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Realistic 4K Shipment Numbers Released

February 4th, 2013 · No Comments · Newsflash

Globally, 50 thousand 4K TVs are said to be shipped this year by a leading marketing firm. The same firm says that by 2016 that number should jump to 7 million. China alone should have 2.6 million 4K TVs by 2016. That number is said to be 2 million in North America by the same […]

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