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New Mitsubishi tech upscales 1080p to 4K2K

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Feb 2010 12:11 User comments (3)

New Mitsubishi tech upscales 1080p to 4K2K Mitsubishi has unveiled new upscaling technology today, one that will upconvert 1080p Full HD content to 4K2K.
The company says the upscaling is possible thanks to new algorithms and software.

Mitsubishi does note that the tech cannot yet upscale Blu-ray content, despite support for HDMI 1.4.

The technology will be added to upcoming 4K2K HDTVs, in the same way that current TVs have SD upscaling technology built-in.


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3 user comments

122.2.2010 14:55

Is mitsibushi just over compensating for something :P lol

222.2.2010 15:31

So you have a 2160P TV and your Blu-Ray Player... cannot upscale that high...


Where are you possibly going to get something that shows the true visuals of 2160P then? What are they showing, and how (in 2160P)?

322.2.2010 18:05

Connect it to a computer.

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