Is it time to say goodbye to 4K?

As the broadcasting world slowly adjusts to 4K content, Sharp has thrown the cat among the pigeons and released an 8K TV. But with 4K programmes and films still thin on the ground, is Sharp’s surprise release just a thirst to be first, or should you start saving for one?…

Where did the 4K TV come from?

Where did the 4K TV come from? 4K and 8K TV represent the upper and lower parts of the Ultra-High Definition (UHD) standard. UHD, a video format recommended by NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories in 2007, allows videos to be played with 24, 25, 50, 60 or even 120…

LG Introduced Largest OLED

LG Electronics (LG) introduced the largest OLED display and high-resolution VideoWall system in Dubai, which distinguishes itself from its counterparts. The demonstration at the Dubai Mall next to Burj Khalifa used 820 LG Frameless OLED information displays to create a giant-sized videoowall. LG has partnered with Emaar Entertainment, which also…
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Japanese Giant brings 8K to Europe

Sharp Corporation has announced that it will bring 8K to Europe while people are just getting used to the 4K idea. Even so, the company claimed that it would present these products until March 2018.
Sharp to sell world’s 1st 8K TV in China from Oct

Sharp to sell world’s 1st 8K TV in China from Oct

Sharp Corp will begin selling the world's first 8K ultra high-definition TV in China from October and in Japan from December, the electronics maker said Thursday. The 70-inch liquid crystal display Aquos 8K is expected to carry a price tag of around 60,000 yuan in China and about 1 million…
Sharp announces 70-inch AQUOS 8K TV, pushing 7680 x 4320

Sharp announces 70-inch AQUOS 8K TV, pushing 7680 x 4320

Home News Displays & Projectors Sharp announces 70-inch AQUOS 8K TV, pushing 7680 x 4320 Sharp pushes into the 8K television market, offering AQUOS 8K TVs in 2018 By: Anthony Garreffa | Displays & Projectors News | Posted: 1 hour, 33 mins ago Comment | Email to a Friend |…
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