CES 2013 this year is all about 4K televisions, and Sony is leading the charge. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a TV that will support a video resolution of 4 times the current 1080p HD standard. And what’s even more amazing is that these TVs now have enough information to upscale older content better. So unlike our current SD to HD upgrade, 4K televisions do a good job of upscaling the content.
Sony promised at their CES conference that they would be offering 4K TVs at an affordable price, but did nt confirm any prices. The electronics giant confirmed that they would release a 55-inc and 65-inch 4K TV this year, and the price would be reasonable.
Sony’s Phil Molyneux also stated that the company have not skimped on audio quality either, saying that these models offer cinema quality audio integrated into the device. Anyone buying a Sony 4K television will get access to at least 10 free native 4K movies through the media center, including The Amazing Spiderman, and will also provide Tom Cruise’s Oblivion, and Matt Damon’s Elysium when it is released.