Tag: High Definition Television

Sep 11 2013

Welcome 4K And 8K Ultra High-definition TVs, But Not Anytime Soon

Have you seen the advertisements for the ultra high-definition TVs yet? It’s amazing to think that someone is going to rush out and purchase a 60 inch ultra high-definition TV for roughly $6000. It’s staggering. That equates to roughly $1000 for every 10 inches of viewable ultrahigh definition display. Most people are perfectly happy with …

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Jul 26 2013

Can you and your ISP handle the download of Ultra HDTV Media?

Okay, so a few short years ago everyone decided that all television broadcasts going to go out as high definition. A completely digital broadcast of the regular shows that you been watching for years. It started off because of the high definition televisions are being sold. Some of the resolutions of the high-definition TVs work …

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Jun 13 2012

Streaming Content: We’re very close to cutting the cable…

In an earlier blog post, I was talking about how the future televisions was really not so much about televisions per se, but more about how to televisions of the future are going to be Internet enabled, and how there’s a push right now to integrate high definition, flat screen TVs with the ability to …

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Jun 12 2012

Televisions of tomorrow aren’t ‘Televisions’

I’ve been looking in to purchasing a new television. Well, not so much buying a new one, but I’ve been weighing in on the new ‘televisions’ and what they offer. Some of them now are really impressive. They have gotten bigger, lighter, thinner and more Internet streaming functions are being added to them [almost] daily. …

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May 27 2009

Do I need Blu-ray video?

High-definition television absolutely provides a better picture for your viewing pleasure, but throughout the stages of television’s life itself each step has been state-of-the-art at its time. When television first came out it was black-and-white and then they progressed onto color broadcasts. The invention of being able to record broadcasts from your home was extremely …

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