By Alex Bracetti
January 8, 2014
When it comes to the home entertainment spectrum, ultra HDTVs are becoming the wave of the future. Ain't no denying that. However, the platform's suffered a slow start on the consumer front due to its lack of 4K-supported content and ridiculously expensive cost. Reference Samsung’s 85-inch, $40,000 UHD TV shown at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show. But with the recent announcements of content providers such as Google, Netflix, and Sony all supporting 4K videos—the focus now lies on the two other major selling points—price and size.
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Wednesday, January 8, 2014 12:41:02 PM America/Los_Angeles