VIDEO: Why You Can’t See 4K, Why 8K Is Nearly Pointless & Why Refresh Rate Is All That Counts

In the world of 2019, 4K screens (which also have HDR and other image enhancing technologies) cost only slightly more than 1080P (aka. 2K) screens so that is what most people should buy but don’t expect too much from it unless you are: sitting a few inches in front of it (like in a boardroom), or, the screen is massive Why You Can’t See 4K Most humans can see only a very minor improvement in…

SOLVED: What is the Difference Between 1080, 4K, 8K and 10K Screens

Screen resolution is the number of pixels (dots) on the screen, regardless of the physical size of screen.  For example, a 60″ screen could present any of the following resolutions: 2K = 1920 x 1080 (aka HD or 1080) 4K = 3840 x 2160 5K = 5120 x 2160 8K = 7680 x 4320 10K = 10240 x 4320 The graphic below give you a sense of what would be shown on the screen at…

SOVLED: How to Fix Mouse Lag on 4K Screens

This page provides the master list of the things you need to do to correct mouse lag on 4k screens. If you have connected your PC to a 4K screen you will often see a subtle but visual notable lag between the time you move your mouse and when the pointer moves on the screen.  Using 4K screens on a computer can make things difficult to control if they are not configured correctly.   You…

VIDEO: 4K TV Is Stupid?

Well, a lot of readers will ask; what is 4K, or as it is sometimes refered to QFHD (Quad Full High Definition)?   Put simply “4K” is 4000 pixels x 2160 pixels.  So if I have a TV that is 1920×1080 (so called 1080P) now, why would I want twice that number of pixels?  The answer is, unless you have a massive (and I mean >55″ screen), you don’t. This excellent article from CNET, does the math (yes, real…