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Visual Asset: Everything You Need to know About 4K TVs

Posted In Graphic - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 With No Comments »

4K is the latest revolution in television and many people are now trying to decide if they are going to make an investment in a 4k TV. Many of you will have a regular HDTV and will have heard people talking about how amazing 4K is. Well, is the hype justified? This infographic from Frame Your TV can help you decide if it’s a good decision to buy one or not.

The quality of the picture on your TV is all based on pixels and the main difference between a regular HD TV and a 4K TV is that one has more pixels than the other. The truth is that there isn’t very much wrong with your regular HD TV but you will notice a significant difference on 4K.

Another point of confusion for many customers is the difference between Ultra HD and 4K TV. They are often marketed as one of the same but the resolutions between the two are different. In fact, the 4K TV has a 4096 x 2160 resolution but the Ultra HD only has a 3840 x 2160 resolution. That isn’t much of a difference of course but they still shouldn’t be marketed as the same thing.

4K only comes alive on very large TVs so it’s important to keep this in mind. If you prefer your smaller TVs, it’s probably not worth making a large investment. Another factor is that many of your favourite TV channels are still catching up with 4K TV. This means that the power of your 4K TV might not be fully realised for a few years yet.

The truth is that your next TV will probably be 4K anyway. As prices come down, it will just be the obvious choice to make. If you are buying a 4K TV soon, try to avoid the budget models as they really are often more hassle than they’re worth. Don’t break the bank to get a 4k TV now if you are short of money. Hopefully the infographic will help you to make an informed decision about whether 4K TVs are worth the investment.

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