Sony VPL-VW1100 and VPL-VW500 UHD 4K Projectors Review

Sony VP-VW1100 UHD 4K

If you are fan of projectors and Ultra High Definition, then I have for you great news. Few days ago Sony unveiled their new generation of UHD 4K projector that replaces their first UHD projector VW1000 about which we for some reason completely forgot to write anything so in this review you will find much more info than just comparationRead the Rest…


What is SXRD?

sony sxrd

SXRD is abbrevation of Silicon X-tal Reflective Display, where X-tal means Crystal. First we have to say that SXRD technology is real breakthrough, before SXRD technology there was no projector on the market that could play videos in real 4K UHD resolution. SXRD technology is capable of displaying 9 000 000 pixels (exactly¬†8,847,360 pixels for each red, green and blueRead the Rest…


Philips 65PFL9708 UHD TV Review

philips 65PFL9708 4K uhd

Few weeks ago Philips unveiled their first UHD televisions, the Philips 65PFL9708 and 84PFL9708. As you can see on the name, the TV has 65 inch LED VA LCD screen which is of course capable of playing 4K video. Even there are bigger UHD screens, never forget that 65 inch means the same size as four 32 inch panels andRead the Rest…


Panasonic Smart VIERA WT600 Review Of Only UHD TV Capable Of 60p – Smart VIERA TC-L65WT600

Panasonic Smart VIERA WT600

Few days ago Panasonic unveiled their first 65 inch (165 cm) UHD television and finally joined exclusive club of UHD television manufacturers. Here we are as one of the first sites with review of this interesting model that brings few features you cannot find in any other 4K television yet – especially ability to play UHD video at 60 framesRead the Rest…


DisplayPort 1.2

DisplayPort was designed by VESA to replace VGA,DVI and FPD-Link with one standard. More about DisplayPort you can find here. The most significant improvement of the version 1.2 is the doubling of the effective bandwidth to 17.28¬†Gbit/s in High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2) mode, which allows increased resolutions, higher refresh rates, and greater color depth. This is needed for UHDRead the Rest…


HDMI 2.0

HDMI 2.0 (High-Definition Multimedia Interface 2.0), is backwards compatible with earlier versions of the HDMI specifications. (More about HDMI you can find here). HDMI 2.0 significantly increases bandwidth up to 18Gbps which is of course very important for transferring Ultra High Definition signal. Here are the most important specifications of HDMI 2.0 UHD at 50/60, (2160p), which is 4 timesRead the Rest…