Televisions are among the most popular consumer items these days. The advancements that are happening within the television industry are allowing 4K televisions to have up to 4x more pixels than normal high definition televisions. This allows 4K TV’s to have better image quality and even more capabilities with the TV’s than normal high definition TV. There is so much more detail and depth in the picture that it feels like you’re watching in 3D just without the glasses. My top four 4K TV’s are listed in order from number one – number four.
At number one I recommend the Sony KD-65X9005B. This 4K TV is a thoroughly mind-altering example of leading-edge 4K technology. The Ultra High Definition image quality with natural content exhibits an image that’s mesmeric, while its 2,160 pixels upscaling talents are the best of the best. I guarantee that this 4K beauty will make all your current TV favorites look better than they’ve ever done before.
Coming in at number two I recommend the Samsung UE65HU8500. This has to be the most exciting 4K TV available for purchase today. This curved TV sets the bar extremely high for its competitors. 65’ inches in length, this TV stand out compared to the previous model that was released last year by Samsung. Its image is astonishing. There aren’t too many TV’s out there today that are better than this one.
At number three we have the Samsung UE55HU8500. This 4K TV is 10’ inches smaller than my number two TV, but it is just as amazing and spectacular. This TV is one of the few curved 55’ inch televisions currently on the market. With more than a few other alluring features in it, including quad-core processing and a Smart TV platform that’s second to none, this item is expected to do well on the market.
Lastly, my number four 4K TV is the Panasonic TX-50AX802. It’s big and smart, and also brilliant. It encompasses popping picture quality with full High Definition sources and is capable of a stunning native 4K performance. Not to mention the Freetime roll-back TV program guide that makes catch-up part of the regular TV watching experience.