At downtown Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum today, Sony announces price and availability of Sony XBR-84X900. This 4K TV, at quadruple the resolution of regular HDTV, is Sony Electronic’s first and originally debuted last month at IFA on August 29.
4K in a Nutshell
The 4K image standard is 4096 x 2160 pixels. This represents four times the resolution of 2K digital cinema and High Definition (1080p) images. The smaller the pixel size and the greater the number of pixels in an image frame results in the ability to display more detailed and realistic images. An additional benefit of the ultra-high resolution offered by 4K systems is that their on-screen pixel size is incredibly tiny, approximately one quarter the size of pixels displayed by equivalent HDTV. The greater resolution offered by 4K enables more detailed, more realistic, more engaging images to be displayed without a visible pixel structure, even when viewed…
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