Enjoy true 4K Ultra HD video at home with new video player! The “next big thing” in home theater entertainment – 4K TV or “Ultra HD” is here from SONY, a giant player in 4K and a chief proponent of 3D. Sony 4K Ultra HD Video Player is packed with a number of entertaining 4k content, together with full length Hollywood features as well as gallery of videos. It is especially intended to provide television viewers the same picture quality seen in movie theaters, may upscale Blu-ray films and all other video inputs, and have a minimum resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
Earlier in November, Sony announced that it’s XBR-84X900 4K Ultra HD TV (known as KD-84X9005 in the U.K.) would arrive with the world’s first Ultra HD content delivery system and recently it revealed just what content that system will offer. Indeed, the new 4K Ultra HD Video Player is a hard-disc server that attaches effortlessly to Sony’s 84-inch 4K LED TV (XBR-84X900) letting consumers to see 4K resolution movies and short form 4K videos. When XBR-84X900 starts rolling out at the end of the year, it will be available at the price tag of $25,000. Customers who think they are left with a costly, humongous, super-high-definition TV, Sony stated that its “solution” will be modernized from time to time with extra content. This is an important step forward for what several see as the future of television.
The company has something else to cheer the lucky folks who can afford a $25,000 4K Ultra High Definition TV, as the Japanese electronics giant told that it’s now bundling an Ultra HD video player with the TV, providing users access to high-resolution content. Moreover, purchasers of the “4K Ultra HD Home Experience” will get an Xperia Tablet S that serves as a remote control. The player will have a server wholly on no-additional cost on lease that comes packed with 10 native Ultra HD resolution films. If you get bored with the films, then don’t be upset as there are also other options like sports clips to enjoy.
10 full-length feature movies presented in native 4K for the home are as follows:
- The Amazing Spiderman
- Battle Los Angeles
- Bad Teacher
- That’s My Boy
- Taxi Driver
- The Other Guys
- The Bridge on the River Kwai
- Total Recall (2012)
- The Karate Kid (2010)
The electronics industry has called the new flat-panel displays “Ultra HD,” whereas Sony exclusively refers to it as “4K” since it features almost 4,000 pixels, in comparison to the 1,080 pixels found in “1080p” sets. Since 2005, the company has been approaching for 4K when the company put 4K projectors in movie theaters. Sony introduced a 4K home projector last year, and presented a 4K up scaling Blu-ray player earlier this year.