16k (15.3) and micro led ? Amazing

Kingnoob

Kingnoob

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Will the consumer ever be able to keep up with the endless resolution jumps ?
The good news is new led and oled technology, the bad news modern 8k display are not future proof . Not that we can tell a difference on home screen sizes




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baronvonellis

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Lol. Yes that will be decades off. Only 35% of households in 2019 have 4K tvs! It's still a minority of people, most people are still at 1080p or below. People are still catching up to 4k haha
Yea, unless your tv is the size of a bus it wont matter in a normal home tv. But it looks cool
 
Kingnoob

Kingnoob

Senior Audioholic
Lol. Yes that will be decades off. Only 35% of households in 2019 have 4K tvs! It's still a minority of people, most people are still at 1080p or below. People are still catching up to 4k haha
Yea, unless your tv is the size of a bus it wont matter in a normal home tv. But it looks cool
Our home 4k is not true uhd it’s 3840 , compared to 4096 or whatever cinema has .
Will main broadcasting ever go above 1080p?? within next 3-6 years ???

At the rate technology is updated and getting more advanced, most people won’t have jobs in decades . 8k is already out 16k cannot be more then 7 years away .
They should go back to those fat tube tv just make them slimmer they didn’t get lines in screen like a dying led panel .


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baronvonellis

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Yes, broadcast TV is going to 4K sometime next year.
 

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