Looking for a new Ultra HD TV or a top-of-the-line smartphone? Experts agree: tech fans crazy for sharper resolution are sometimes paying for more pixels than their eyes can actually see.
When it comes to televisions touting new 4K technology, "a regular human isn't going to see a difference," said Raymond Soneira, head of display-testing firm DisplayMate Technologies
As consumers flock to grab these over-priced, under-pixelated screens...retail outlets have sold millions of them, with a smirk on their faces. A wink and a smile , and a congratulatory 'pat-on-the-back'...has been given to every gullible electronic consumer leaving their stores with such pride, ... thinking 1080p WAS a bit blurry.
But not all of us are so quick to be fooled! We doubted their claims, but only had time to count to 36000 pixels ( a 10-hour day) before the "Men in Blue Shirts, accompanied by a Geek Skwad"...promptly kicked us out the door!
With a short stop by the Flea Market, we picked up a pair of these pixel-counting lighted magnifier glasses, which I highly recommend and are available for under $10.99. ( not affilliate marketing)
WE COUNTED! ONLY 3.45K!! Grab some of these goggles, and a slice of that movie pizza....and COUNT FOR YOURSELF! The Great 4k Rip-off! And be sure to save your new television reciept! ...and be ready to explain to the Geek Skwad your 'reason for return'.