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

17 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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 the future; Japanese broadcaster NHK will start testing 8K streams in 2016, and commercial availability is expected in 2018.

And if you want to check out Sharp’s new TV in person without coughing up all that cash, there is a way: it will be displayed at Sharp’s booth at CEATEC, a trade show at the Makuhari Messe in Japan, which starts on Oct. 7.

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