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Is 4K Resolution Important to Consumers?

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Which is simpler to you as consumer, using the term UHDTV or call it 4K? How about 3.75K? The audio/video industry has been increasingly complex since the introduction of the home theater concept, and grew excessively complex with digital TV and connectivity.  You may be alone if you never had any HDMI or HDCP issues. …

Wearable Devices Filmed in Ultra HD at CE Week 2014 in NYC

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Loading the player… With CE Week concluding last week, we managed to grab some Ultra HD footage of the Fashionware show from the exciting NYC event. The footage was filmed with the Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Video Camera. Buy Now: Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Video Camera The video was encoded in H.264 using Adobe Premiere CC with…

Best of CES 2014 Award Winners Announced!

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2014 International CES is officially over, and we viewed a tremendous number of Ultra HD products and services at the show — significantly more than CES 2013. The development of Ultra High Definition over the past year has been extensive, and browsing the next generation technology on the show floors was truly astonishing.

We were blown away by the quality and efforts of nearly every Ultra HD company, but we were determined to find a winner for each Ultra HD category. After carefully reviewing the nominations for each of the Best of CES 2014 Awards categories, we are pleased to present the winners…*drumroll*

Polaroid Showcasing $1,000 50-inch 4K Ultra HDTV at CES 2014

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Polaroid, the brand that was once a household name for instant photography, is joining the Ultra High Definition race to reclaim their identity. The company just announced their 50-inch 4K Ultra HDTV for $1,000, which will be showcased at CES 2014 in a few days. The 4K TV (50GSR9000) will provide entertainment lovers with a cinema style experience with four times the resolution of a Full HD TV (1080p).

4K Ultra HDTV Shipments Expected to Surge Dramatically in 2014

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4K Ultra HD Television shipments are expected to reach 12.7 million units in 2014, up from 1.9 million units in 2013, according to the newest NPD DisplaySearch Quarterly Global TV Shipment and Forecast Report. As manufacturing processes are fine-tuned, NPD reveals that Ultra HDTV’s are becoming more affordable to mainstream consumers.