LAS VEGAS--If you've ever watched a DVD on a newish Blu-ray player, then you've likely experienced upscaling. Upscaling converts a non-HD-resolution image (like the image from a standard DVD) and converts its pixel count to that of HD resolution.
Some players do this better than others, and as a result, depending on the player used, artifacts and distortion can sometimes be detected on the upscaled image.
LG is attempting to alleviate this problem by introducing its Super+ Resolution technology in its E81 series of monitors. According to LG, Super+ Resolution "improves the quality of upscaled images by … Read more