4k Ultra HD TV – To Buy or NOT to Buy?

Published on Author Barbara Morgan

4K ultra HD TV is the latest TV technology which gives is four times the detail of full HD.

At 3820 by 2160 pixels it is more than 8 million pixels as compared with full HD which is 1920 x 1080. Most TV brands have launched their 4K TV’s which can set you back thousands of pounds, however the entry level models can now be bought for less than £500. (at the time of writing – May 2015).

To enjoy the enhanced quality, viewing is recommended on a 40″ screen or above.

Before you rush out and buy a new 4K large screen TV you may want to read the cnet.com article about why 4k TV is stupid.