I'll admit to believing the 4K TV market was doomed when Sharp unveiled its 60-inch 4K TV which carried a rather heavy price tag of $31,000+.
Are you one of the very few who ran out and dropped a cool $20-$30,000 on a 4K resolution Ultra HD TV? Well, you may want to pick up the long-awaited PlayStation 4 when it finally launches.
Ultra HD is typically associated with next-gen television sets, but that hasn't stopped Panasonic from debuting a mega 20-inch tablet with an Alpha LCD panel set at a cool 4k.
Westinghouse isn't exactly a household name when it comes to the TV market, but the company does have an interesting lineup of consumer electronic products set to ship in Q1 of 2013, such as a 110-inch 4K TV set.
There are a limited number of 4K resolution televisions (Ultra HD) currently on the market.
Samsung is getting ready to showcase its giant 85-inch Ultra HD television at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Smart TVs haven't really taken off like manufacturers had originally hoped or anticipated.
If you have $20,000 to blow, you can now get the most advanced consumer TV on the market.