Samsung 4K HDTVs - CES 2013
Jan 11, 2013 2:16 PM
There are still 3D sets at CES, but 3D has simply become irrelevant. The TV makers have moved on to the next new technology that they hope will spur a resurgence in TV sales. This one’s called Ultra HD, or 4K, and it threatens to make your HDTV look like the 16-inch Magnavox set I had growing up.
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