Tagged: High Dynamic Range

It’s Okay To Not 4K; Your Xbox One X Television And Audio Guide

Over a year ago, the world heard leaks that Microsoft was putting together the most powerful console ever made. It would be a console that would give couch gamers a 4K canvas at a blazing 60 frames per second. The name “Project Scorpio” would linger around until E3 this year where the system would be unveiled as the Xbox One X. As gamers waited for the opportunity to pre-order the system, we finally got okay from Microsoft at Gamescom this year and retailers have already been selling all their consoles, just hours after the announcement. With all this power though, … Read More »

‘HDR is more significant than 4k’ says Analyst

4k TV’s have been around for a few years now but this year has seen HDR (High Dynamic Range) become a the ‘next big thing’. Microsoft was first to offer a HDR capable console with the Xbox One S and Sony has subsequently added HDR support to its range of PS4 consoles. Both are also investing in 4k HDR for the future of gaming too with Sony about to release its mid-term 4k HDR capable PS4 Pro and Microsoft bringing the highly anticipated ‘Project Scorpio’ to the market next year. What is 4k? As many of you know, 4k defines … Read More »

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