Hey Steve I posted 800+ hot TV deals! and got Various Brand's and Sizes of Tvs at home the Reason this was posted late on Friday nite was the other 65inch 4K NeoQled deal posted the Code was removed on Friday Afternoon if I wanted a 65inch NeoQled 8k TV with £700+ Saving 6 Year Guarantee and no Burn in Fears with one Connect box 4 Hdmi 2.1 Connections I would Buy this the 65inch 4k Version About £350 Cheaper (y)
I've got a big window in the room and it lets in a lot of light, the TV that's in there at the moment is a 65" Sony that the previous owner of my house left and that's a nightmare on a sunny day I can barely see the screen if sat in certain places in the room. So maybe OLED isn't the best thing for me and I should get a Samsung. I'm also torn over whether to spend £3500ish on one, or £1500 on a cheaper one, and also whether to get a 65" or 75" (lol) . Tough decisions (lol) . Thank you for your answer though, I suppose there is no definitive answer it's more just what's right for the room.
Well obsolete wasn’t right word but 8K was invented as an innovation but quickly became a gimmick. It has a lesser performance when trying to watch the same thing on some cheaper 4K TVs. So we don’t need it yet. Therefore it’s “dead” tech currently and should be ignored.
Gotcha, so not obsolete, just not currently financially appealing given the limited application. (y)
I mentioned “currently.” By the time 8K becomes a thing, there will be much better performing TVs. So why waste money on a 8K now.