Steve Withers in a gushing mood.
Despite the CES Hype, It’s Better to Wait on That 4K TV. (The New York Times, 1/5/2016)
What's it all about, Alfie? Just living for the moment? 4K TVs began surfacing about three years ago. To decode the marketing jargon: 4K is the successor to 1080p, the current high-definition resolution found on modern TV sets. The term 4K, also called Ultra HD, refers to screens with two times the vertical resolution and twice the horizontal resolution of current high-definition TVs.
Pricey, as you would expect.
Other CES 2016 posts:
Be your own home brewer the easy way with Pico Brew Micro Brewer. (1/8/2016)
Daqri smart helmet. (1/8/2016)
This shower head tells you when your time is up. (1/7/2016)
According to this HairMax instructional video, 82 medical-grade lasers will put a smile on your face. (1/6/2016)
You may or may not get a charge out of the Digitsole Smartshoe. (1/6/2016)
Enrich your family life with this Samsung Smart Family Hub Fridge. (1/6/2016)