Well, you can spend so much time convincing yourself you don’t need high resolution (reminds me of life before Retina displays and heck dating myself, when VGA was good enough), but finally someone just says it, at least for PC monitors (or when you are up close and personal to a TV), 4K is amazing so it is available now for $3K (?!!) for a PC or $6K for a flat screen. We can all just wait for paradise to arrive….
Be gone stereoscopic 3D. There’s a new video format that actually delivers on the hype. It’s 4K ultra-HD. It’s fugging fabulous. And the desktop PC is the first device to really make use of the full benefits of 4K.. Step aside 3D: 4K actually delivers in movies and games | News | TechRadar.
Actually, it’s better than that. Because the pixels are so small and dense, they essentially disappear. Just like they do on a smartphone or tablet with a so-called ‘retina’ display. Except with the Asus PQ321Q we’re not talking about a piffling four to 10 inches.
We’re talking 31.5 inches of epic visual glory. In fact, the end result is a lot like looking through a large window into an alternate reality that’s somehow sharper, more vibrant than the real world.
. Step aside 3D: 4K actually delivers in movies and games | News | TechRadar.
Even two Nvidia Titans, currently the fastest graphics chip you can buy and yours for a cool £700 each, can’t truly cope with 4K’s eight million pixels.. Step aside 3D: 4K actually delivers in movies and games | News | TechRadar.