Ultra High Definition TV's


#1

[SIZE=17px]“Ultra High Definition TV, with 7680x4320 resolution and 120 frames/sec, was approved by the International Telecommunication Union”[/SIZE]

Because your eyes getting irritated after an extended gaming session on a 1080p TV wasn’t enough, they made it so you can go legally blind after 1/2 a match of Marvel.


#2

Now I can finally see how REALLY disgusting my favorite porn stars look in ultra HD!


#3

So crystal clear you can see the Herpes. :tup:


#4

Didn’t think it was possible to make Patrick Stewart look even more sexy on the tv.


#5

wtf…I just brought a HDTV for $180 and now they are coming out with a UHDTV?

fucking capcom…oh wait…


#6

I’m going to hold out for the cheaper UHDTV: AE.


#7

I’ll wait for the UHDTV with LED lights and spinners on the sides with a built-in coffee maker in the back.


#8

Would people even be able to see a difference? I bet most people wouldn’t even notice any difference. Man, this is like the resolution for a quad-monitor setup…I wonder if suckers want quad-TV setups?


#9

what.
the.
fuck.


#10

Alright!
720p games in pixelated glory! :rofl:
Can’t wait to see all these assholes rush to the store to snatch one of these just because it’s new and expensive. Yet they can barely work a fucking digital watch. :smiley:


#11

I know right? Now we can buy DMC the Ultra HD collection all over again! Facepalm

They better have TV’s that magically upscale without games getting pixated regardless of resolution.


#12

Oh god if these new T.V.'s have composite inputs.
Ugh, imaging playing an NES game on one of those monstrosities.
You can make out EVERY single pixel in the game :looney:


#13

Just when I thought there would be no shot of me upgrading my HDTV ever, this comes along. Thank you for making my TV obsolete . I have to wonder whether this makes the games with a natural resolution of 720p look even worse


#14

Not to mention TV lag…


#15

Are these the same as those 4K tv coming out next year? I was thinking of picking one up, i think go for about $20,000 for an 80"…


#16

look at the bright side. these tvs prolly take up so much electricity that it would heat up the whole living room after being on for 5 minutes.


#17

I always thought UHDTV would be a waste of time. HDTV is still not widespread yet and we can’t forget 3D is just catching on.


#18

hmmmm. I’m still content with regular HDTV for now. The only wish I have is mainly to increase swag by getting an HD so big, it blocks my windows. 82-inch TV at the store would run about $2500 or so unless I can convince a friend to get it for me. Still, don’t need it…BUT I WANT IT!

-Starhammer-


#19

Take THAT, blu-ray!