720p TVs are 1280×720 (1280 pixels horizontally and 720 pixels vertically). These days, 1080p is the standard. These “Full HD TVs” have a resolution of 1920×1080. More and more manufacturers are offering “Ultra HD” or “4K” models with a resolution of 3840×2160. That’s a big improvement! The truth is that there isn’t much 4K programming available just yet. TV networks and streaming video providers are just beginning to provide content at the higher resolution so until then, “Ultra HD” video may look somewhat more detailed than “Full HD” but it won’t be obvious except for when you’re watching true 4K content.
LCD, LED and OLED
Deciding which features matter most to you is your first step in selecting your next TV. There are many factors affected by personal preference so take some time to visit a local store and see the models that interest you in person. Be sure to view the TV at the distance you would in your home for the most accurate representation. When you’ve chosen just the right one, let HelloTech help you get it up and running. For a safe and secure wall-mounted TV, leave it to the pros.