Milo Burke wrote:There are some titles I'll definitely replacing my Blu-rays once the UHD Blu-rays are out:
- Time Bandits
- Space Jam
- Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
kamikaziechameleon wrote:geekl33tgamer wrote:Honestly, most of this thread is just junk. It's basically kamikaziechameleon asking an incredibly vague question, then disagreeing or ignoring a lot of what's being said. Well, whatever - You've said time and time again that no GPU's exist with HDMI 2.0 so it's a problem. This is why I'm posting to correct you.
There's several sporting HDMI 2.0: GTX 960, 970, 980, 980Ti, Titan X.
kamikaziechameleon wrote:5K is serious over kill IMHO.
whm1974 wrote:Not for computers. 5K is quad 2560x1440. I'd love to have that resolution in a 27" display. Retina 2560x1440 is sweet.
But you can that at 60Hz or games at 60+fps?
Milo Burke wrote:It's an interesting quandary for them. If it was me, I think I'd make a handful of titles available (the latest releases, if at all possible) in all three formats and then watch to see what the response is like. I'm sure they have good data to help them decide if or when to drop one of the existing formats; it may not be the same everywhere. (In Early Adopter territory it may make sense to drop DVDs, elsewhere they may just wait to adopt UHD). But the real question is: how quickly is significant UHD media even going to be available? I imagine this is a quandary they're happy hasn't really arrived yet.Any opinions on what Redbox is going to do when UHD Blu-rays are out? Refuse to carry them for a year or two? Offer three versions of the same movie with reduced selection? Have special UHD locations? Drop either Blu-ray or DVD to make room for a new format?
Milo Burke wrote:My current TV is only 50", and I sit awfully close to it. Bright scenes are as crisp as 1080p gets, but colors are off, particularly in dim scenes, and the ghosting drives me crazy. It was a cheap TV, and it taught me what to look for in my next TV.
I can't wait to get a UHD Blu-ray player and a 60" UHD TV (with WCG and HDR) for $1,000, and a handful of UHD Blu-ray discs for $10 each (even if new releases cost more). I wonder how many months it will be until it's a reality.
Milo Burke wrote:Why the size limitation, Pagey? There literally isn't room on the wall? Or the screen subjectively feels too big for the environment?