- Select your screen size
- Select Your Screen Resolution
HD Ready – This is for budget buyers & supports a resolution of 720p. You would get quality resolution for your DVDs and TV shows.
Full HD – This supports a resolution of up to 1080p (typical resolution 1920 x 1080). This is by far the highest selling HDTV at the moment. This would allow you to watch full HD content and all TV programs at the highest resolution.
Ultra HD (4K TVs) - Also known as UHD TVs, this is at present the newest and best resolution available . They provide about 4 times the resolution of HD TVs and produce stunningly clear, crisp and detailed images. Another advantage of UHD TVs is HDR (High Dynamic Range). This enhances the contrast and colour of the existing pixels of the TV to create more lifelike images.
|Type||Typical Resolution||Works best With|
|HD Ready TVs||1366 X 768||HD Set top box, DVD Player|
|Full HD TVs||1920 X 1080||HD Set top box, Blu-ray Player, PS4/XBOX gaming console|
|Ultra HD (4K) TVs||3840 X 2160||4K Content|
Smart TV – A TV that could connect to various devices (laptop/phone) through technologies like Miracast are know termed as Smart TVs. Smart TVs can connect to the internet as well and supports Apps like YouTube, Netflix, Hotstar etc.
3D TV/ Curved TVs – TVs which can play 3D content, which is quite prevalent nowadays, are known as 3D TV.
Passive 3D – Shows 2 different images simultaneously. The design of the glass is such that each eye can see only 1 image. Passive 3D glasses do not require a battery.
Active 3D – Active 3D alternates images between both eyes. These glasses are expensive and require a battery change.
|Benefits of Curved TVs||Limitations of Curved TVs|
|Improved immersion as display content 'wraps' around viewer.||Need to sit in sweet-spot to get the best viewing experience.|
|Enhanced sense of Depth 3D-like experience.||Direct light sources will cause greater reflection on screen.|
|Better colour contrast for enhanced viewing experience||More suited for table-mounting than wall-hanging.|