Super Hi-Vision (8K)


USB Promoter Group Announces USB4 Version 2.0

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The USB Promoter Group announced USB4 Version 2.0 which adds a capacity for up to 80Gbps over active cables and ‘up to 80Gbps’ using existing 40Gbps-rated copper cables and connectors. Protocol …

Tags:DisplayPort| HFR - High Frame Rate| Interfaces| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| USB| USB Monitors

Why 8K TV is Going to Develop

by Bob Raikes

I’ve already been at IFA a couple of days as the show opens to the public today. I have been in the Samsung Innovation room where the firm and a number of independent specialists …

Tags:Large LCD Supply| OLED TVs| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| TVs (TV Sets)

JVC Shines in Review

by Bob Raikes

What They Say What Hi-Fi tested the JVC DLA-NZ7 projector which is able to support 8K display with JVC’s E-shift technology. The native contrast ratio of the 2,200 Ansi lumen set is said to …

Tags:JVC| LCOS| Projectors| Super Hi-Vision (8K)

Covid, Inc. Supports the Future With 8K HDMI Cable

by Artem Alekseenko

Celebrating its 40th year as the premier industry-trusted connectivity supplier, Covid Inc. announced the latest HDMI cable to its vast portfolio, the EC-HD31 8K HDMI non-plenum cable. Backward compatible for 4K/60 4:4:4 resolutions, the …

Tags:Cable| HDMI| Super Hi-Vision (8K)

The 8K debate: Is 8K gaming worth the cost?

by Tristan J Perona

Gaming in 8K resolution has evolved from a pipe dream to reality during the past few years. When Nvidia released their Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 in September 2020, they opened up a massive number …

Tags:Big Data/AI| Game Playing| GPUs| Nvidia| Super Hi-Vision (8K)

HYPHY Eases Pain Points for 8K Displays

by Bob Raikes

A favourite area of the Display Week show is the iZone which provides a way for small start-ups or not yet commercial research projects to show what they are doing with a low level …

Tags:Display Drivers| Interfaces| R&D (Research & Development)| Super Hi-Vision (8K)

Links Week Ending 8th July 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the end of this week. Football hero John Terry’s Samsung The Wall cinema …

Tags:Asus| Desktop Monitors| Eizo| Germany| Home Cinema| Interactive Displays| MicroLED| Mirror Displays| Notebooks| OLEDs| PlayStation| Production Equipment| Projectors| Samsung| Smart Home & Home Networks| Smart TV| Smartphones| Streaming Video| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| Testing| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)