I was wandering around currys and discovered a couple of ultra hd tvs showing native content. I was kind of gobsmacked. It was very impressive - I suppose what I thought hd would be like (I'm still underwhelmed by HD).
Things will never be the same again
saw some native content running on a Samsung and LG 4k display last week and some of it was very impressive, shame there's none of it actually available to consumers in the uk.
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Ultra HD is stunning with the trailers etc that I saw on the Sony, Samsung, and LG sets there.
I am still hesitant on LCD though as I have yet to see one that views as naturally as a VT or ZT Panny or KRP Pio..... Regardless of what a banned Siamese troll on these forums says
I am just hoping that OLED UHD has both developed and dropped in price enough before my Pio dies and I am seeking a replacement, as full HD OLED hasn't exactly made me wish for a better screen. Also the availability of UHD content too would be handy as currently no point buying a UHD screen with no content. Even the PS4 and XBone can't play at that resolution.... Heck they struggle so far playing 1080P if recent articles are true.
In the end, I may just have to buy a secondhand ZT to tie me over until all the above stands true.
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