wonder how this will effect consumers with "unlimited" monthly data plans from ISPs.. 250GB a month sounds real small right about now... super excited to see an option for 4K since we still have yet to see true 1080p live broadcasts.. its 2013 for cryin out loud!
Well, making a transition to a new standard takes time, it was years, for example, before tv was broadcast in all color, with shows like the Munsters, which ran from 1964-66 being filmed and broadcast in all B&W (most people didn't know they were green until they made a couple of big screen movies).. By 1970 though, all tv (at least here in the US) was being broadcast in color. 1080P looks AMAZING to me, I've heard some reviewers of 4K and they say it's almost too real and clear, we want realism, not hyper-realism :)
I'm very curious how this is going to work. I tried steaming a 4k video on youtube a few weeks ago, even at 15MB down I still had to buffer for a good while to watch it.
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