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Sony Reveals First 4K content Delivery Will Come Via a Home Server Loaned to Customers

November 29, 2012

Massive and costly 4K televisions are a reality, but for as long as companies like LG, Sony, and Toshiba have talked about the super-high resolution sets, we've never heard a good answer for how well-heeled consumers will find 4K content. Sony has finally offered up the first solution, as the company has announced that its $24,999.99, 84-inch 4K TV will come with a "4K Ultra HD Video Player," which is really just a server with (lots of) hard disk storage on board. The company has yet to reveal a single photo



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