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    8K TVs are here, and they’re totally pointless

    Every now and then, TV manufacturers start a new trend to keep the hype for their products going. If you bought a TV in the last year, a salesman probably told you that some iteration of HDR is a must-have. Your current TV likely supports 3D — and I bet you haven’t used that feature in ages. 

    The hot new thing at this year’s IFA, Berlin’s trade show which gathers the largest consumer electronics manufacturers, was 8K TVs. I’ve seen those TVs, and I can tell you, they all had an absolutely stunning picture.

    I can also tell you that you absolutely don’t need one. 

    SEE ALSO: Samsung’s massive 8K QLED TV will hit stores in October Read more…

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