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Samsung’s 8K TVs Are Available For Pre-order Now

4K is such old news now. 3840 x2160 pixels? Pah, that's nothing! That's practically ancient technology now. Nah mate, if you want to keep up with the Joneses, then you better buy yourself an 8K TV set. Samsung's latest range of TVs are set to release next week and can be pre-ordered right now, offering four times the resolution of those old and useless 4K TV sets. 7680 x 4320! That's how many pixels we need! 33 million! Read More >>

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Forget 4K, Some World Cup Games are Being Broadcast in 8k. Just Not Here

This year is the first time the World Cup is being broadcast in 4K, thanks to the BBC's ongoing trials. But what if I told you that it is actually possible to watch the games in 8K? Some games are being broadcast in the ultra-ultra high resolution, but you'll have to go to Brazil to tune in. Read More >>

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Seeing New York City in Ridiculous 8K Is Pretty Sweet

I love New York City. I live here, so I’m biased. You might hate New York, think it sucks, that it’s dirty, and think people who live in New York talk about New York way too damn much. That’s fine. You’re actually more right than you know. Read More >>

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Pretend LG’s 98-Inch 8K Super UHD TV Doesn’t Exist if You Ever Want to be Content With Your Telly

There's something a bit sickening about the timing of the CES trade show. One of, if not the biggest TV tech showcase in the world, it comes right after the busiest TV buying period of the year, Christmas. So if you were saving the pennies before buying that big flagship 4K TV for the yuletide break, you might want to look away now – LG's monstrous new set will only bring you pain. Read More >>

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The World’s First 8K TV Will Cost £85,000

Next month, Sharp will put the world’s first 8K TV on sale. You may not have to take too long in considering a purchase, though — as it will cost an eye-watering £85,000. Read More >>

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LG’s Ludicrous 8K TV is Too Insane for My Eyes to Handle

4K is for losers. The real mind-blowing screens at this CES are the giant 8K prototypes that will seriously blast your eyeballs. I just saw LG's 98-inch 4K-times-two OLED screen, and yes, it was absolutely insane. I'm not sure exactly how insane though because my eyes just aren't good enough. Read More >>

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Samsung’s 110-Inch 8K Glassesless 3DTV is Beautiful and Awful

Since we last checked in on Samsung's 8K television prototype, the technology has progressed considerably. The new model that Sammy is showing off at CES is a huge 110-inch monster. Its resolution is even more infinite than I remember it. And then, the switched on the glassesless 3D and I almost threw up on myself. Read More >>

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Look Out HDMI and DisplayPort, There’s a New Cable in Town

Ever heard of Mobile High-Definition Link, or MHL for short? Today, it's a way to connect a smartphone to an HDTV or monitor via microUSB. But the new SuperMHL could challenge HDMI and DisplayPort dominance over your entire home cinema Read More >>

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An 8K Endoscope Probably Shows More Than Anyone Really Wants to See

8K television broadcasts are slowly creeping towards becoming a reality, but 8K video technology is already being embraced and used in other industries. Read More >>

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8K (Yes, 8K) Broadcasts Just Took a Major Step Forward

Back in May of 2012 the NHK's science & Technology Research Lab in Japan successfully broadcasted an 8K, 7680x4320 signal over a distance of 2.7 miles using UHF frequencies. As a proof of concept it showed that 8K TV could be successfully delivered to televisions over the air, but it lacked the distance of traditional TV broadcasts. Read More >>

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Samsung Glorious 8K QUHD TV Will Show You the Meaning of Infinity

Samsung's showing of a prototype of a 98-inch LED 8K television at CES. I leaned in and tried to see the pixels on this fantasy screen and my brain lost in the detail. My mind tried do the math of how many pixels were assembling the heads of the tiny people in the screen. I got dizzy. This is infinity. Read More >>

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The TV of the Future is Already in Japan and It Feels Like Real Life

Watching Ultra HD 4K content—with 2,160 lines of vertical definition—on a Ultra HD 4K TV set is impressive. But 8K—four times the total pixels—is so incredibly realistic that it feels like you're looking through a window into real life, as demonstrated by this film screened by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK). Read More >>