Sony 8K 10,000 NITS!
LCD Flat Panel Displays
What 2017 TVs come with 1000 nits?
I like the Sony X850E because it is 75 inches, and it is no more than 2,000$.I also like the Samsung MU6300 because it is also 75 inches, and it is less than 2,000$.I guess the other option is the LG UJ6470 that is also 75 inches, and it is also less than 2,000$.However I want to have...
Upgrading from a Samsung KS8000 ? Need feedback
Im interested to upgrade my 2 years old Samsung KS8000. Loves the high brightness but hate the local dimming. Generally, I am enjoying it a lot but feel I may be missing HDR quality due to its edge lit. I narrowed it down to the (High Brightness and FALD lit) Sony Z9D. Versus the (Infi...
Samsung Q9S, 2018 Flagship
Samsung 2018 Flagship Q9S, 8K 10.000 zones Micro Full Array LCd.More info on AVforums (Steve Withers) and Forbes (John Archer). This TV will be launched at sizes 75'', 85'' according AVforums, according Archer there was also a 65'' at CES 2018. There are two things here.. Samsung Modul...
Sharp 27" IGZO 8K 120Hz 10-bit HDR 1,000-nit Monitor
That's quite a mouthful. It will probably never materialize - just like the Dell OLED monitor - but still a great proof of concept.
How long can one view 10,000 nits?
Assuming for a moment that we had a perfect Dolby Vision LCD or OLED capable of 0-10,000 nits without ABL, I just can't comprehend watching content anywhere near that level of brightness for any extended amount of time. Even playing a videogame or watching a movie with bright flashes of gunfire/...
First 8k TV's being sold
Just read that the first 8k televisions are becoming available from the news ticker on Comcast. It said Sharp is releasing them at $133,000. The time line is a quarter earlier than I projected when I did some research on it last summer when deciding to skip 4k and go with the 7150 series. Price i...
8K TV on SALE!
from engadget , "today in Japan, Sharp announced an 85-inch version is going on sale October 30th. Dubbed the LV-85001, it's a monitor (it has a tuner so you could call it a TV, but that can't actually receive 8K video) for professional use only, mostly since there...
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