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ookaze said:

Nothing to admit really. All this talk of numbers is pure nonsense.

2560x1600 won't look any better if your TV is unable to reproduce it,and that include not being big enough to see a difference.

TV at or under 40" can't even display these natively, and bandwidth is an issue for broadcast already.

Cables quality are a problem too to reproduce 1080p, so I wouldn't say 1080p is last-gen.

Compression is a problem too.

I know it was sarcasm, but still ...


HD will be great and watching Blu-Ray or HDDVD will be brilliant on a HDTV, but broadcasting HD will be a long time away.

There is no point looking at higher resolutions than 1080p unless you are viewing it on a 60"+ LCD as at the moment you cannot plainly see the difference between 720p and 1080p in a screen less than 40" or 37".  The same would apply to higher resolutions. See below:

HD 720p - Up to 37"

HD 1080p - 37" upwards.

So what size of screen would you need to view 1600, 60" or higher.

Prediction (June 12th 2017)

Permanent pricedrop for both PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro in October.

PS4 Slim $249 (October 2017)

PS4 Pro $349 (October 2017)