Zdreni

Zdreni

Zdreni

Well, I’m exactly in such a bedroom – maybe even smaller – 65" is quite small for myself, and I’m thinking about 75. It seems to me that a small TV in a large room is some kind of stereotype imposed by pictures of "progressive minimalist renovation" from pinterest.

Commented:

If you watch in streaming, then I readily believe about artifacts – we only use blue-rays for viewing (it’s clear where), there are no https://cheapgadgets.com.ng/page-eldorado-campaign-recycling such problems. Oh, and now the blues are just downloading 4K if possible, just because of the bitrate, they look good in downscale.

Well, yes, you need a bigger room to view it. 4×4 is the bedroom? I think it would be more appropriate in the living room.

Commented:

Sorry, but you write complete nonsense – both about 8K and about "turning your head". I have a setup with a 150" projector, which I watch from three meters – and, firstly, it’s still not an imax and sometimes I want more; secondly, in general, the picture suits even FHD (although I understand that this antialiasing from projection works this way), 4K would be possible, but not necessary, but 8K is generally necessary. And against this background, a 65" TV looks very small, 75, probably, will just be "slightly less small".

Commented:

And to whom are the claims? Are these mobile operators, or what, turned people into homeless people?

Commented:

The question is – will it be possible to connect an iPad, it just has usb-c?

Commented:

I would like to express my gratitude to the author, who inspired this article to register to send a comment. Because the amount of misinformation and lies in it turned out to be beyond.

As an iOS programmer, I use a Mac Mini for work at home and in the office. Also at home – for the soul – there is a Windows 7 computer connected to the same KVM switch as the poppy. Between windows and macos, I can switch instantly and compare accordingly.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.