4K

4K is so named because it has approximately 4000 pixels across (the exact number varies depending upon which camera the director chooses, but in the home you get 3840). The format gives approximately four times more resolution overall than 1080p.

Product review: LG UK6750 TV range

Product review: LG UK6750 TV range

Mid-range 4K TVs are now the norm and thus are probably the most popular sets on the market right now. Picture performance and features come together at a tempting price that means consumers can make use of the latest AV …read more

Product review: LG UK6400 TV Range

Product review: LG UK6400 TV Range

New for 2018, the Korean giant delivers it’s entry-level 4K UHD TV sets with the UK6400 range. LG made a big splash in the premium TV market with their pioneering OLED screens over the last few years but there’s a …read more

Product review: Sony AF8 TV range

Product review: Sony AF8 TV range

After running away with awards across the board with the excellent A1 series of OLED TV’s last year, Sony have released their new AF8 series for 2018. Can they continue on with past greatness? Read on to find out… The …read more

Product review: Samsung NU8000 TV range

Product review: Samsung NU8000 TV range

Over the past decade or so we’ve seen Samsung go from strength to strength in the TV market. With great picture quality and beautiful aesthetics, the South Korean technology giant is always one of the first names you think of …read more

Product review: Samsung Q9FN TV range

Product review: Samsung Q9FN TV range

Samsung’s flagship 2018 TV series has landed – and it’s got full array. There has quite literally never been more choice for televisions (and what to watch) than there is now. This can definitely make choosing the right one a …read more