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Over the past few years, 4K (ultra HD, 3840 x 2160 pixels) TVs have become more and more common in the average home. As the new technology becomes more and more affordable, it too becomes widespread. People have thus become more used to higher quality, clear sound, and a better overall viewing experience. The leap forward in TV technology makes older technology (such as CRT television) seem archaic. But it is through this archaic technology that we have seen many of the films and movies that we love. But what would the classic Tim Burton Batman films, or the original Star Wars trilogy look like in 4K? What if you’ve been seeing both of these series in sub-par quality all your life? Continue reading Once You Go Perfect Black, You’ll Never Go Back→
OLED sets are problematic for manufacturers largely because it’s difficult to mass-produce this technology efficiently at larger sizes. LG OLED TV, on the other hand, will move forward despite cost with support from profit generated by the South Korean manufacturers other TV lines.
According to the article:
LG will be the first company to market a flexible OLED television, the sides of which can be curved inward at the push of a button, Mr. Huh said. It is planned for next year, he added. “Producing a curved screen with liquid-crystal displays is doable but not if you want to flex those curves easily,” he said.
The sets planned for this year will be Ultra HD 65- and 77-inch curved models, with a standard HD 55-inch model. Pricing information will be announced at a later date.