What Is 4K Resolution?

What Is 4K Resolution?

Many screen-based electronic products sold on the market today are labeled with "4K," but you may not understand the definition of 4K. This term refers to image resolution. A 4K screen resolution, also known as Ultra High Definition (UHD), is four times the resolution of standard High Definition (1080P).

4K resolution refers to a display resolution with approximately 4000 pixels along the horizontal axis. The most common 4K resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels, totaling 8,294,400 pixels. The increase in pixel count provides sharper, clearer images.

What are the applications of 4K resolution?

4K resolution is widely used. Now, it's mostly used for high-end monitors, various computer displays, televisions, laptops, digital cameras, and other display devices.

4K resolution is also used in various technological fields, such as the movies we watch, which are shown in 4K theaters, as well as in gaming, photography and videography, digital signage, medical imaging, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and 3D modeling, among others.

Of course, currently, there are no smartphones or tablets with Ultra High Definition displays. As 4K content becomes more common, more and more devices may support this new standard.

Is it worth buying a 4K Ultra HD smart whiteboard?

Armer Board is 4K Ultra HD smart whiteboard provides customers with high-resolution, clear, and vibrant images. Currently available in 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch sizes, all equipped with 4K screens. With prices ranging from $2000 to $4000, the cost-effectiveness of Armer Board's 4K Ultra HD smart whiteboard is quite high compared to similar brands. Investing in a 4K Ultra HD smart whiteboard is completely worthwhile. Users can also choose the smart whiteboard that suits their needs and budget based on factors such as the size of the display area, compatibility with existing devices, and the nature of their usage scenarios.