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Do you really need 8k TV?

Do you really need 8k TV?

The Sharp Aquos LC-70x500E has the world’s first 8K TV title at a price of $ 14,732. The 80-inch version, the LC 80XU30, has been on the market in Japan for several years, but this new model is the global beginning of the 8K trend.
The LC-70x500E was first introduced to the world at the IFA Global Press Conference in Rome, and the new IFA in Berlin this August is expected to host 8K televisions of other major brands.


The LC-70x500E was first introduced to the world at the IFA Global Press Conference in Rome, and the new IFA in Berlin this August is expected to host 8K televisions of other major brands.


Large televisions also face enormous challenges in the number of frames per second. Sharp’s 8K television can display up to 60 FPS, but at this rate the resolution is limited to 4K. However, Sharp believes that it should be at least 100 FPS for 8K and says they are targeting it.

Sharp introduces Aquos 8K TV, a new 70-inch 8K TV

Sharp introduces Aquos 8K TV, a new 70-inch 8K TV

While FHD televisions are becoming more popular every day, the 4K TV fan is expanding. The features offered and the prices are of course very important for many users. Some companies have even begun to add an 8K option to their FHD and 4K options.

Sharp introduces Aquos 8K TV, a new 70-inch 8K TV. The television offers 7680×4320 resolution and offers 16 times more resolution than FHD televisions. The Sharp company says this TV can offer “ultra realistic details”.

Obviously, there are some troubles in terms of content. If we take into account that even the 4K content is getting bigger, we can say that 8K content is more time to spread.

Sharp plans to sell this TV model at the end of the year in China and Japan. It will come to Europe as of March next year. By the way, the company has not yet officially announced a price, but it is estimated that it will cost around 9 thousand dollars …

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8K resolution TVs are on the way to Europe!

Sharp Corporation has announced that it will bring 8K to Europe while people are just getting used to the 4K idea. The company even claimed that it would offer these products until March 2018.

At IFA 2017 event, Sharp introduced the new 8K TVs and screens known as the AQUOS Series. These series will be on the market between November and February in China, Japan and Taiwan and will arrive in Europe in March.

70-inch 8K displays are known to have 4 HDMI inputs. One of these links will be special to 8K, while others will have 4K and 2K support and upscale to 8K resolution.

The 8K resolution is really impressive. The videotapes shown in the furrows ranged from slow-opening flowers to Animal Planet-inspired shots, all of which seemed incredibly realistic with impressive depth of color and sharp details.

Sharp has been showing off the industry in Japan with 8K displays, but with the IFA 2017, it is showing that the technology is stable around the world.

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? We take a look at exactly what Sharp has to offer, and whether this could be the shape of things to come. Looking for something a little more cost-effective? Our Best TV Deals for September can help you save a packet on a great set.  Everything you need to know about Sharp’s 8K TV What’s it called? There’s no fancy naming gimmicks here. It’s simply called the LC-70X500  What’s the resolution? 7680 x 4320 pixels. Twice that of a 4K panel and 16 times the number of pixels on a Full HD TV. How big is it? Sharp is planning a full range, but the first will have a 70-inch screen. It’s likely you’ll need a large TV to really see the benefit of 8K. What will it cost you? Sharp isn’t saying, probably because the price would dominate the headlines rather than the fact it’s the first 8K TV. TV prices tend to skyrocket if the panels get any bigger than 70 inches, so we can at least be a little optimistic that buying this TV won’t require you to sell a kidney. When can you buy it? It goes on sale in China and Sharp’s native Japan in March 2018. There’s no word on a UK launch yet, but Sharp is releasing an 8K computer monitor here. The big question remains: should you buy it? Is this the death of 4K TV? The short answer is ‘no’. The long answer is ‘no – you absolutely shouldn’t throw away your 4K TV’. If you spend any time channel-surfing, you won’t see much 4K content hanging around. Sky and Virgin have only just released TV boxes capable of 4K, and broadcasters such as the BBC are only still dipping their toes into the 4K water. Your best option for 4K content is streaming services. Netflix’s original programming is available in 4K, as are some shows on iPlayer including Planet Earth II. 4K Blu-rays are another option, as long as you have a player that supports them – an ordinary Blu-ray player won’t work. Find out which UHD Blu-ray players come out on top in our tests. 4K TVs have been around for a fair few years now and have become affordable, but the response from content makers has been as slow as a snail in quicksand – so there’s no chance that ITV will be rushing to get Corrie filmed in 8K. Who is going to buy this then? UK broadcasters may not be bringing a lot to the table when it comes to UHD content, but on the other side of the world, Japan has been quick off the mark. Japanese national broadcaster NHK is ready to roll out 8K programming next year. By announcing the device at IFA in Berlin it’s obvious that Sharp wanted global attention, but in reality the TV is very much for an eastern market. That won’t stop other people with a surplus of cash from buying the LC-70X500 of course. It’s nice to have the latest thing, if you can afford it, and the picture may look excellent if you’re watching Full HD or 4K shows. It also upscales what you’re watching to 8K – or rather, we’d expect it to be a rough imitation of it. Sharp’s push into 8K isn’t just for TV either: it is releasing 8K cameras and 8K TV receivers, so when the content is ready you will actually have a means to watch it. Did Sharp jump the gun? Yes and no. This makes more sense for Japanese customers and, at the end of the day, with any new technology someone has to go first. Just don’t bank on 8K becoming the standard any time soon. Fortunately there are plenty of great TVs around that you can buy right now. Browse all of our Best buy televisions.

Source: http://www.which.co.uk/news/2017/09/sharp-reveals-the-worlds-first-8k-tv-is-it-time-to-say-goodbye-to-4k/ – Which?

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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 yen in Japan, or both around $9,000 when converted.

It will be capable of displaying greater contrast between the dark and light parts of an image and producing more vibrant colors. It will also upscale 4K and full HD images to 8K quality, the company said.

Source:japantoday.com

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 | Font Size: AA For those of you that know my style of content, you’ll know that I’m obsessed with high resolutions and refresh rate, as well as display technology in general.     This is the driving reason behind my personal purchase of the only 8K monitor on the market, Dell UP3218K – and now, Sharp have just announced their new AQUOS-branded 8K TV. Sharo has announced their next-gen AQUOS Series 8K TVs will be released in China, Japan, and Taiwan between October 2017 and February 2018. Europe will receive the 8K set in March 2018.   Sharp’s next-gen 8K TV comes in at a huge 70 inches, but other than that all we know is that Sharp’s new AQUOS Series 8K TV will have 4 x HDMI inputs. It will have an HDMI input dedicated to 8K content, while the other HDMI ports will accept 4K and 2K output with 8K upscaling.

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