David Katzmaier and Ty Pendlebury test one of the first and only 4K TVs available for sale today. Is it the inevitable future, an underwhelming experience, an excellent performer, or all of the above?
Sony has announced its first 4K television, the 84-inch XBR-84X900, which features a separate stereo speaker system and passive 3D viewing.
If you really want an Ultra HD 4K TV this year, how will it handle HDMI 2.0?
Believe it or not, there are already more than 20 models of flat-panel LED LCD TVs with 4K resolution for sale in the US. Their prices are still high, but falling very fast. Here's how they stack up in mid-November.
An announcement by Singulus Technologies, a maker of replication machines that produce Blu-ray discs, points toward a new standard for 4K Blu-ray.
The TV maker joins Sony and Samsung in slashing the prices of its 4K Ultra-High Definition TVs by four figures. They're still very expensive, however.
Although they still cost thousands more than similar 1080p TVs, high-end 4K resolution models from marquee brands are falling fast in price.
3D TV may be a flop in many ways, but there's no doubt it's here to stay as a feature on many higher-end TVs. If you're curious about 3D, here's the place to find out more.
The Sony XBR-84X900 is one of the only 4K TVs you can buy today. But you probably can't afford it.
High resolution and high def are no longer just for high rollers; Sony offers 55- and 65-inch 4K TVs for $4,999 and $6,999, respectively.