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Is a 1080p HD TV really worth buying?

With a new generation of 'higher' definition TVs becoming available, consumers in the UK are facing a new HDTV buying dilemma. Do you opt for an affordable 720p resolution (1280 x 720 pixel) HD set now? Or one of the new breed of cutting-edge 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixel) screens?

In short: is a 1080p HD TV really worth buying?

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drtysouf213520d ago (Edited 3519d ago )

YOU'LL NEVER WANT TO SEE ANYTHING LESS!

Hewlett-Packard Pavilion md6580n 65 inch 1080p Microdisplay TV
Sony Playstation 3 w/ Blutooth Blu-ray Remote
Microsoft Xbox 360 w/ HD-DVD Add-on w/ Media Center Remote
Nintendo Wii
Directv Tivo
Philips HDMI 1080p Upscaling DVD Player

Edit: How the heck do i only have 3 bubbles now? I never say anything fanboyish or join flamewars. I Own all 3 consoles. How do you survive on this site? I want my bubbles back please!

IPlayGames3519d ago

mine is 1080i but when i look in stores its hard to see the diff.

F**K i wanted to post a pic of my t.v. 60in sony but can find it oh well

PS3 look so good in big screen HD

gta_cb3519d ago

i say..... thats a pretty damn nice tv! lol i bet you was waiting for me to say no wasnt you ;)

Ru3520d ago

With the looming next era of tv's in the future....
720p is gonna be cheaper and truly just as vivid as 1080p.

novaIS3503519d ago

totally disagree..You need a 1080p set in order to see the difference. You are right about the price though, although your 720p is vivid as 1080p comment is false.

warfed3520d ago

what a stupid question... yes! Whoever says no must be an xbox fanboy... 720 is the sweet spot....

gta_cb3519d ago

well unfortinatly for me mine does have HDMI so i dont know if that supports 1080p but with using component HD my tv only supports up to 1080i/720p but still looks amazing in 1080i so i really cant wait to see what these next gen tvs look like, i think there called "Ultra High Definition" or something. maybe something for the Xbox 720/ PS4?

nobizlikesnowbiz3515d ago

Lol I don't know if that Ultra-Hi Def is going to be available to the average consumer anytime in the near future, actually anytime this decade. Without compression those vids take up like 120 GB per second. And with compression it was still like 250 something MB. All I'm saying is that from what I read the technology hasn't caught up with it yet.

sonarus3520d ago

I mean if you can afford a 1080p tv then go for it the display is great but if you can't 720p really isnt that bad in fact its pretty damn good considering most games are made for 720p anyway.

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