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Review of the Euro version of the HU9000: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue55hu8500-201404163710.htm
This article seems to suggest that you might be able to...Sony’s FMP-X10 Media Player Brings Netflix 4K to 2013 X9 TVs:http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-fmpx10-201404163727.htm
RealD Expands Across China http://hometheaterreview.com/reald-expands-across-china/
Through contractual agreements with partners or outright through their studios, Sony either owns or controls the intellectual rights to a lot of the content the media player will provide. And this is all about control...if you want their content, you need their player AND their TV. Basically, having one guarantees sales of the other. Not so with the PS4, which they want to have work with TVs from every manufacturer. Once the 4K scene has settled down a bit, and the...
USER MANUAL (Scroll down...there are two English versions of the manual available for download) http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/UN65F9000AFXZA?
They are probably afraid that offering a gaming console with 4K capabilities this early in the game will cannibalize the sales of the media player...especially since they cannot "lock down" the PS4 to work ONLY with Sony 4K TVs. After all, now that the PS4 looks sleek enough for the high-end living room, videophiles may just choose it over a dedicated, same-brand only 4K media player to feed their UHD displays.
Go to the 31:00 minute mark to hear his comments regarding the new media player: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7_2w1IEM-I
This is the device that a Sony executive referred to during CES when he addressed Sony's plans to upgrade 2013 models with compatibility with HEVC. I don't recall him mentioning the cost of the unit in the video, but he was very emphatic about the device's capabilities as a solution for early adopters.
Try uninstalling both browsers as well as Flash Player. Then install a fresh download of Google Chrome and go from there. Chrome automatically updates its internal Flash Player so you shouldn't have to worry about FP updates as long as you keep Chrome up to date.
Seems like CES has become a venue for manufacturers to display all of their "what if's" and prototypes they've not fully developed, and very little space is devoted to products that they actually intend to produce. They try to grab headlines with flashy demos and pseudo-tech terminology, but for the most part have very little hope (or in some cases, no intention) of bringing many of the most interesting products to market. Then prospective buyers anxiously sit around for...
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