Ultimate Fantasy VII Remake Has a New Trailer, Seems Sharp

Rubric: Sharp | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Ultimate Fantasy VII Remake Has a New Trailer, Seems Sharp

Final Fantasy VII PlayStation gameplay trailer has been releasedThe Final Fantasy VII remake from Square Enix announced at E3 earlier this year has a new trailer courtesy of today’s Playstation Experience keynote. The PlayStation Experience event in the US gets bigger every year for Sony, and although there were no major new first party announcements there were plenty of brand new reveals – including a number of exclusive games for PlayStation VR. While much of the trailer appeared to show CGI cut scenes, there were a few shots of what gamers can expect when it comes to bashing their thumbs on the controller. We’ve collected all the most important trailers below but Koei Tecmo’s Ni-Oh ...

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Sharp’s Pricey 8K Display Coming Oct. 30

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp’s Pricey 8K Display Coming Oct. 30

Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the end of next month. The Japanese manufacturer first demoed its 85-inch 8K display during CES 2013, and it will finally arrive on Oct. 30. Boasting a screen resolution of 7680 pixels by 4320 pixels, 8K is so detailed it surpasses the quality of most cinema screens and can also make images appear 3D. Despite being commercially available from October 30, it is unlikely the general public will be racing out purchase the 85-inch devices as they will retail for $AU186,000. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses ...

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Sharp’s new TV has over 7000 pixels – but there’s nothing to watch

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp’s new TV has over 7000 pixels – but there’s nothing to watch

Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the end of next month. Boasting a screen resolution of 7680 pixels by 4320 pixels, 8K is so detailed it surpasses the quality of most cinema screens and can also make images appear 3D. Despite being commercially available from October 30, it is unlikely the general public will be racing out purchase the 85-inch devices as they will retail for $AU186,000. Tech consultant Chris Green said he believed the televisions would be limited to professionals looking to test the broadcast capabilities of the format. “8K screens could offer a very interesting video alternative to today’s shop window and billboard displays — which ...

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Sharp Unveils First Ever 8K TV Worth $133000

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp Unveils First Ever 8K TV Worth $133000

Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October, for about $125,000. Boasting a screen resolution of 7680 pixels by 4320 pixels, 8K is so detailed it surpasses the quality of most cinema screens and can also make images appear 3D. Despite being commercially available from October 30, it is unlikely the general public will be racing out purchase the 85-inch devices as they will retail for $AU186,000. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. Tech consultant Chris Green said he believed the televisions would be limited to professionals looking ...

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Sharp to begin limited sales of its 8K TV in October

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp to begin limited sales of its 8K TV in October

Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October, for about $125,000. Boasting a screen resolution of 7680 pixels by 4320 pixels, 8K is so detailed it surpasses the quality of most cinema screens and can also make images appear 3D. Despite being commercially available from October 30, it is unlikely the general public will be racing out purchase the 85-inch devices as they will retail for $AU186,000. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. Tech consultant Chris Green said he believed the televisions would be limited to professionals looking ...

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Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the …

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the …

Sharp is selling the world’s first 8K TV for $133K. 8K, also called Super Hi-Vision, is shorthand for a resolution of 7,680 pixels by 4,320 pixels—16 times that of today’s high-definition televisions.Japanese electronics company Sharp is planning to release the world’s first commercially available 8K television in October and it can be yours for 16 million yen ($133,000). 8K refers to the television’s resolution, which is even sharper than 4K or ultra-high definition (ultra-HD). 8K delivers 16 times the resolution of full-HD (high definition). Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will ...

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Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the …

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp has announced it will begin limited sales of its 8K television at the …

Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October, for about $125,000. 8K, also called Super Hi-Vision, is shorthand for a resolution of 7,680 pixels by 4,320 pixels—16 times that of today’s high-definition televisions. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. It might not be time to ditch the 4K quite yet though, the only footage available to display in 8K is test footage shot on cameras that are yet to go on sale. The 85-inch LV-85001, as its called, boasts a crazy 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution, which — let’s be frank here — ...

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Sharp’s 8K TV Will Set You Back Only $133000

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp’s 8K TV Will Set You Back Only $133000

Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October, for about $125,000. 8K, also called Super Hi-Vision, is shorthand for a resolution of 7,680 pixels by 4,320 pixels—16 times that of today’s high-definition televisions. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. It might not be time to ditch the 4K quite yet though, the only footage available to display in 8K is test footage shot on cameras that are yet to go on sale. The 85-inch LV-85001, as its called, boasts a crazy 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution, which — let’s be frank here — ...

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Sharp will sell an 8K TV in October, surging past competitors and putting the …

Rubric: Sharp | 17 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp will sell an 8K TV in October, surging past competitors and putting the …

Sharp will sell you an 8K TV — but you probably can’t afford it. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. It might not be time to ditch the 4K quite yet though, the only footage available to display in 8K is test footage shot on cameras that are yet to go on sale. The 85-inch LV-85001, as its called, boasts a crazy 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution, which — let’s be frank here — won’t mean much to anyone as 8K content is impossible (well, nearly) to find right now. Well, besides bragging rights, you’ll be prepared for ...

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Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October

Rubric: Sharp | 16 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October

Sharp to sell world’s first 8K TV in October, for about $125,000. 8K, also called Super Hi-Vision, is shorthand for a resolution of 7,680 pixels by 4,320 pixels—16 times that of today’s high-definition televisions. Falling under the catchy name ‘Full Ultra-HD’ the monitor was originally proposed at the Consumers Electronics Show 2012, and will be available for businesses to buy on October 31st in Japan. It might not be time to ditch the 4K quite yet though, the only footage available to display in 8K is test footage shot on cameras that are yet to go on sale. The 85-inch LV-85001, as its called, boasts a crazy 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution, which — let’s be frank here — ...

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