A primer on 4K resolution in TV screens

01/25/2012 | CNET

For consumers wondering what the term "4K TV" means, this blog post offers a basic explanation of the resolution specifications. No industry standard on 4K screens exists yet, but the term generally refers to screens about 4,000 pixels wide and around 2,000 pixels high, compared with the current high-definition standard of 1080p.

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