The debate continues:
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/07/ ... ifference/
http://tech.slashdot.org/story/15/07/31 ... ble-tested
http://gizmodo.com/305549/james-randi-o ... are-better
diagonal_in_inches_4kTV = 15 * watching_distance_in_feet
TheEndless wrote:EnTerr wrote:So just like with the MHL port ("Roku-ready") 3 years ago, RokuCo is trying to keep ahead of the curve. Back then, i had abundance of healthy skepticism of the success of such product, because there were no un-smart TVs with MHL ports, for which that would have been a killer product. And it remained that way for 2.5 years and only recently (last 6mo) cheapo MHL TVs started popping up.
My guess is it will take 12 to 24 months to bring product to market, so a 4k RokuTV will be available some time in 2016... say Summer 2016.
I think you're being a bit naive if you think they haven't already been working on this for quite some time already. I'd be surprised if the 4K sets aren't out by Q4 of this year at the latest.