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Sony starts delivering 4K downloads with Video Unlimited 4K service


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#1 OFFLINE   Athlon646464

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:08 AM

Sony starts delivering 4K downloads with Video Unlimited 4K service
 
Sony's betting big on 4K, with its movie studios shooting movies and television in 4K using its pro cameras. And now, to get that content to all those Ultra HD TVs, the company is rolling out its long-awaited Video Unlimited 4K download service. 
 
As of today, there are 70 native 4K movies and shows available -- Sony's aiming to have over 100 by the end of the year -- and users can rent or buy content through the service. Of course, you'll need one of Sony's FMP-X1 media players and an appropriately rezzed Sony screen to actually consume said video. 
 
Single show episodes are $3.99, with movie rentals starting at $7.99 for a 24-hour viewing window. Looking to buy? $29.99 gets you any film for good.
 

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