Every year at the Consumer Electronics Show, there's a big television advance to spotlight. Whether it's super-slim LED TVs, or 3-D TV or Internet-integrated "smart TVs," manufacturers always coalesce around a trend and hope consumers will follow their lead.
This year is no different: A flood of 4K TVs is coming.
4K video, also known as "Ultra HD," has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. That's exactly four times the size of current 1080p video, and it's seen as the next big leap for TV and video technology.
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Specialty TV provider Stream TV believes it has effectively addressed what is probably the No. 1 consumer complaint about 3DTV in the home: the glasses. At a press conference held prior to the 2013 CES Show on Jan. 7 in Las Vegas, the company announced its new Ultra D 2160p technology, which it claims provides an authentic, full-bodied 3D home television experience without glasses at 2160p resolution.
Capturing Trends at PMA@CES
January 10, 2013
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