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What's The Deal with Ultra HDTV?

November 2, 2012

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) recently announced the official name for next generation higher-resolution displays: UHD for "Ultra High-Definition," tossing out the more ambiguous "4K" name. Last week, LG Electronics became the first TV vendor in the USA to deliver an Ultra HD TV. This 84-inch LED LCD, known the 84LM9600, is the second largest screen size consumer television available in the USA. It has a resolution of 3840 x 2160; exactly four times that of a "Full HD" 1080p TV. We take a look at the current state of UHD



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