For years, TV makers have focused on making pictures sharper by squeezing more pixels onto screens. Now at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, attention is shifting to improving the way sets display color with technology called HDR.
So far studios have yet to release movies and shows in HDR (High Dynamic Range).
TV sales are expected to stabilize this year after a 4% drop last year. New HDR sets will cost several thousand dollars, older 4K models are dropping in price.
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