I think HDMI can do it, we'd just need to team them. Lots of high res computer monitors used to require two simultaneous dvi connections from the pc video card, I believe essentially each dvi connection carried either the top or bottom half of the display resolution. I think HDMI 2.0 could probably do True 4k if you split the signal over two hdmi cables.<br><br>And I will have to agree with a previous poster. Back in the HD format war, everyone thought the consumer would be fine with 720/1080i. But before we knew it, manufacturers started marketing 1080p as FullHD or TrueHD, and Joe average caught on to this and soon enough you couldn't even sell a 720p or 1080i set. I can absolutely see this happening again (come on, home a/v has been going for 50 years, history keeps repeating itself every few years from what I've seen). So, I see 4K-UHD starting off, then some manufacturers will realize they can sell more by tossing in the extra pixels (and hopefully the ability to accept actual 4K video) and call it True4K.<br><br>I understand the OP's frustration, but it is what it is. It's just a name, and so long as the enthusiasts know the difference that's all that matters. Well, okay what really matters is if they will actually change course and give us real 4k instead of this UHD "4k-lite". Aw man. I can just see how bitstarved even UHD is going to be over broadcast, cable and satellite.