The Consumer Electronics Association has decided on a name for 4K resolution: Ultra HD. I guess this leaves room for future resolution increases, with names like Uber Ultra HD (UUHD), Super Ultra Definition (SUD), and of course, Fantastic Ultra Brilliant Amazing Resolution (FUBAR).
But 4K is still largely just an increase in resolution, which is only one aspect of picture quality, and not the most important.
Here are three things more important than an increase in resolution.
What is 4K?
If you haven't read the announcement
, Ultra HD is a minimum resolution...
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October 25, 2012
LG Electronics said Thursday that its first 4K Ultra HD TVs are now on sale for the U.S. market. The new products were unveiled at an event in Los Angeles, along with retailer Video & Audio Center.
Sony Will Keep 4K Name
October 19, 2012
A day after the Consumer Electronics Association announced that 4K TVs will be known as "Ultra High Definition," Sony announced its intention to continue using the 4K designation.