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Nov 11, 2010
So I use a 4K Samsung at work because I usually have RSAT/PowerShell/Outlook/Access/Notepad/Word/Excel open all at the same time.

Everyone was all "ooohhh" and "aaahhh" when I got it because having 54 columns and 93 rows in a spreadsheet it nice, right?

The supply guy got the approval to order everyone in the office a 4K TV like mine and didn't bother checking with anyone.

The TVs arrived today and people were all like, "Hey Clint, show me how to set my resolution high like yours!" and I was like..."ok"

I sit down at the first TV and go into Resolution and there is no option above 1080p :facepalm:

I then look at the box...there is no 4K logo... :/

Turns out the supply guy ordered normal 1080p TVs, not 4K TVs, lol


Senior Member
Dec 27, 2008
It could be an honest mistake or even a mistake on the vendor's side.