AV Phenom’s Definitive Guide to Determining if Your Display is 4k.
There has been a lot of confusion around the term 4k which is currently being used by marketing departments to describe a multitude of screens with varying resolutions. As a public service, I thought I’d step in and try to clear up any confusion.
And with that I offer you AVPhenom’s Definitive Guide to Determining if Your Display is 4k.
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