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  1. To what end exactly?
    What’s the point in buying an 8k television when there is no supporting hardware and No content?
    The vast majority of what people consume is still 1080p

  2. yay, 8k tv's before there is 8k media to view it on! makes sense! o yea, my eyes cannot see the difference between 4k and 8k! makes even more sense to buy 8k! capitalist sheep for the win!

  3. Look damn it.. I'm working on getting a 4k t.v as it is and you want to show me a damn 8k t.v when we ( me, myself and I ) barely have a 4k T.V?… Geez just hold on a damn minute lol. 4K just became a thing didn't it guys? Why the rush to 8K?…. Just made me realize that I'm so broke lol. Life man.

  4. What people don't realize is that the human eye can not tell the difference between 4k and 8k. So it's literally just a cash grab for people dumb enough to buy it.

  5. I hope 8 k tv comes out soon so it it will bring down the price on 4k TV's …. I already own a 4k tv but it would make cheaper for anyone to buy bigger 4k tv's.

  6. Unless you have an absolutely MASSIVE TV, like 150 inches, or you sit closer than a couple of feet from the screen there is no physiological reason to own an 8k TV. Maybe a giant computer monitor you sit right in front of or maybe VR, but even then I don't know. Also, 4K is barely supported as it is.

  7. I have a 4K, 1080p, and 720p TV all in use in my house. The difference between 1080p and 720p is pretty drastic, but the difference between 4K and 1080p is noticeably smaller. You can definitely see a difference – even my family members who care nothing about resolutions can still tell the difference, but the question is, is it enough to be worth an upgrade? My opinion is "no," even between 1080p and 4K, so I can't imagine how little difference the increase in quality from 4K to 8K will matter to me.

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