AMD’s FreeSync 2 will bring HDR (high dynamic range) to gaming with a new range of monitors co-developed by Samsung. Other brands will follow soon.
Sony’s latest attack on the living room is its new 4K, HDR, ultra-short throw, home theatre projector that will give up to a 120” screen with a 2.2-metre throw.
High Dynamic Resolution (HDR) has no ISO standards and every TV and Blu-ray player maker knows that.
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