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.
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.
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".
And to whom are the claims? Are these mobile operators, or what, turned people into homeless people?
The question is – will it be possible to connect an iPad, it just has usb-c?
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.