Most LED televisions nowadays have the high-definition capability. If you already have some experience with HD, you must have already found out that videos having this kind of format lets you experience movies in a whole new way. What’s more is that most LED televisions, especially the big ones, have the 4K UHD capability as a feature. This means that compared to high-definition format, this is much greater and higher in a rather good way.
The only problem with 4K UHD is that only few sites have that 4K UHD content. Aside from that, it can also put a bigger strain in your internet bandwidth, therefore adding more stress in your pocket. However, if you’re still interested, these are the places where you can download and watch videos having the 4K UHD content:
- NetFlix and Amazon Prime – More popularly known as the Big Two due to its influence when it comes to 4K UHD video streaming, these two sites are now offering 4K UHD videos as a part of their video streaming services. However, if you want to have this kind of service, you must pay a monthly subscription fee of $12 per month for NetFlix while Amazon can give you this service for a $99 annual subscription fee.
- UltraFlix – Even though this one has a lower profile compared to the Big Two, UltraFlix offers you 100 hours of free 4K UHD content and in only requires its subscribers to have at least 8Mbps broadband internet connection speed. However, be informed also that most of its 4K UHD content is offered in a pay-per-rent service.