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"The Amazing Spiderman," "Taxi Driver" and "The Karate Kid" are getting some real resolution. The restored and rebooted films are among the content coming pre-loaded on a video player bundled with Sony's first ultra-high-definition television, a massive 84-inch set that features nearly four times the resolution of typical HD TVs.
"The Amazing Spiderman," "Taxi Driver" and "The Karate Kid" are getting some real resolution.
High-definition TVs roughly quadrupled the resolution of the sets that came before them. Now, the industry is poised to do it again.
"We know there are limitations with broadband and the typical size of a movie that's in 4K," said Phil Molyneux, chief operating officer of Sony Electronics. "I think this is an extremely good first step to ensure that consumers can have and enjoy the 4K experience in their home."
"It's a first step," said Mr. Molyneux. "If we've had a vision since 2005, and we've been arming and equipping for 4K content creation, I think it's fair to speculate that we're also thinking about other ways to get 4K content to consumers in their home."