If you are ready for a high-resolution upgrade then it’s most likely you’re looking at a 4K display. Companies such as LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Philips and Sony are very excited about their 4K TVs boasting no less than 8 million pixels. Sometimes called Ultra High Definition or UHD these new arrivals exhibit depth and detailing that’s genuinely showstopping. With so much detail you’ll be convinced you’re watching 3D and that’s without the special glasses. So whether you are in the market for a large flatscreen or the latest curved TVs buying into the adept upscaling tech of 4K is a sure way securing your home has a future proof TV.
With regular software updates, the next generation of 4K Ultra HD TVs is poised to dominate the TV marketplace in the years to come. It’s a huge leap forward in an image display with four times the picture resolution of 1080p HDTVs. You will see a picture that has greater clarity with white tones whiter and black tones blacker. Sharper images appear are incredibly realistic with a sense of depth that could put 3D TVs back in favour as 3D images look so much at a higher resolution. At present, you can buy 4K TV screens ranging from a modest 40 inch up to a massively sized 98 inch from makers such as LG and their UB980 series.
Neflix 4K Streaming
Currently, you can connect a compatible 4K TV to Netflix and stream 4K content. It’s early days so there’s not much else to watch in the way of Ultra HD 4K. However, you shouldn’t feel short-changed with the lack of native 4K channels because they do an excellent job of upscaling movies and TV programmes to near Ultra HD quality. In the meantime, Netflix servers will be supplying the Ultra HD entertainment while Ultra HD upscaling transforms everything else with 4K sharpness.