Is 4k Worth The Money?

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The movie industry is trying to impose for a while a new format both for movies and for TVs. Smart TVs fulfill this quality. Their novelty brings along many benefits unseen before. Though the new 4k resolution is a bit confusing for some users as not all the players in the business agree and accept a standard, its implementation won’t be that difficult. Customers are always extremely thrilled about the progress of technology.

And this incredible technology advances at a stunningly quick pace. The 4k monitors, TVs and projectors are the big thing now. But let’s see a bit something that concerns each and every user. As we all know, when a new technology is launched it’s usually very expensive. Then, as it gets updated, the outdated models get more and more inexpensive. And things get terribly easily outdated.

However, as of 2015, the prices are obviously still high, yet not too high if you have a big bank account. You can see all the prices at 4k.com. A 4k TV usually costs between $1,299 and $9,997 and a monitor it’s between $404 and $1,469.99. This is the cheapest part, which is a good thing as most users are only interested in TVs and computer monitors.

If you want the ultimate camera or projector, you need to dig deep into your pocket. A projector can go up to over $25,000 and a camera can’t be cheaper than $897.00. Still, that doesn’t mean that the highest-end camera can’t go up to $11,999.

Now some prices seem reasonable, while others still require you to sit down before you read them. Is 4k really worth all that money? Well, if money is not a problem, it’s great to go for the technology which will totally reshape the future of digital image.

TVs, monitors and cameras can be found for prices that pretty many people can afford. So there is no reason to deny yourself the pleasure of experiencing incredible quality. Projectors still need to wait a bit more as the prices are still very high at the moment. Provided that it doesn’t need a financial effort, 4k is definitely the way to go. As long as the purchase won’t destroy your financial stability, it is a good call.

Just the thought of enjoying every day 4,000×2,000 pixels is pretty convincing to get 4k if you can afford it. However, if any 4k purchase would drastically affect your finances, just wait a bit more.

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