28 Aug TECH UPDATE 2020: WHAT’S NEW WITH TVs
HD? 4K? 8K? UHD? HDR? OLED?
I know, it’s buzzword bingo all over again.
New TV tech
A number of things have changed. At the last big tech exhibitions (CES and ISE) 8k was all the rage – much higher definition 7680 pixels x 4320 pixels (not 3840 pixels x 2160 pixels which is 4K). Although there isn’t a huge amount of content available yet, the BBC, Netflix, Sky, Apple and Amazon are all originating in 8K – and there are some live sports broadcasts and movies available in 8K right now. There are other new display technologies too – like OLED, which provides great contrast, and HDR which gives a brighter, more colourful and ‘film-like’ picture.
The sound has improved dramatically too, and you can ‘cast’ or Airplay to these TVs too, making it really easy to share content with friends.
A couple of other things to consider
There are couple of other things to consider: Because the technology is so well advanced now, everything is much less bulky, most TVs look really good, as the frames are nearly non-existent (meaning lots of people are getting somewhat bigger screens, because they take up appreciably less space) and there are compelling ‘actually look like a real picture, displaying real art when they’re off’ options too.
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