Ultra-high-definition televisions have four times as many pixels as standard TVs…


Ultra-high-definition televisions have four times as many pixels as standard TVs, resulting in super-sharp images. They’re called 4K because the picture is about 40,000 pixels wide. In terms of physical size, they’re big — most are at least 55 inches — and just about every major manufacturer is making them, including Samsung (from $1,499, samsung.com) and Panasonic (from $2,800, panasonic.com). Sony has a stunner: The 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector, (shown), beams a huge hi-def picture onto a wall from a sleek console ($50,000, sony.com). – HouseBeautiful.com



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