Whats this... high-def has now also gone next-gen.
uh oh, 16 times higher than 1080p.... better not let Ken kutaragi know about this or the PS3 is gonna be delayed another year to include this feature.
Xbox 460: "Next-gen doesn't start until we say it does, with our new 23,430p HDMI v.4.5 output!" I didn't realize until I saw this, but Sony has been working for some time to convince us that 1080p is the be-all, end-all for HDTV. It's not. Like any other technology, it'll be outdated soon enough. Ah-well. Shows what you get for thinking you're investing in the future standard for electronics.
Maybe in the ninth generation consoles. The world isn't ready for this.
Ultra HDTV has been around for awhile. The biggest problem with it is the massive amount of bandwidth needed to transmit a show in U-HDTV as well as the massive size of the file itself (blu-ray isn't even close).
i think i read about this like 2 or 3 years ago. but they didnt have a working model then i dont think
well what does this tell you? Maybe we shouldn't go to crazy with all the HD. It seems like they can double the picture quality every few months, and/or create disk that hold more and more data.
Look for U-HDTV at your nearest Best Buy......in twenty years.
U-HDTV sounds like it's going to be expensive. Also about a year or two ago there was two articles from Cnet about Carbon Nanotube TV's Here is a link to those articles. http://news.com.com/Carbon+... http://news.com.com/Carbon+...
I'd never heard of FED Tvs before but they sound interesting! I always thought after LCD and Plasma would come OLED TV but I guess it proves what I know!
this U-HDTV sounds like it'll go hand in hand with the protein DVDs. it's amazing how computer and electronics technology is 20 years ahead of what's out there for the consumers right now.
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