What is a 4K TV?

It seems as though everyone is talking about 4K TVs. It’s no longer only for tech aficionados and early adopters. These astounding TVs will soon be everyone’s must have, but there still seems to be a lot of confusion behind what it is exactly. Let’s break it down shall we?


What is 4K?

Simply put, having a 4K TV means higher resolution, a sharper picture, and smoother motions.

Your current Full High-definition TV has about 2 million pixels (1920×1080) while a 4K TV (3840x2160p) has quadruple the number of pixels at more than 8 million pixels.

Is there a huge difference?

Now that’s one of the topics of debate at this time. Of course there’s a huge difference in clarity and quality of picture in the 4K displays vs Full HD.  Remember, there’s 4 times the number of pixels in a 4K TV.

Now is it as dramatic of a difference as when you were switching from your big, boxy 480p CRT TV’s to a Full 1080p HD Flat Panel? Probably not. But when you switch from a 1080p TV to a 4K TV, you will notice the images are more crisp and the colors more accurate. You’ll be able to appreciate the all the details and take your viewing experience to a whole new level.

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Check out our Sceptre Store

4K is the future, and it’s here. Experience your favorite movies, shows, and games with the best picture. Get your 49″ 4K UHD TV today! Check out our store HERE.

We are also excited to announce that Sceptre will be releasing their 55″ and 65″ 4K UHD TVs by the end of this year.

Leave your comments, questions, or opinions about 4K TVs below! We’d love to hear from you.

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