So right, that is confusing right, we got 4K, full 4K and you’ve got UHD. So full 4K is great and it produces a wonderful picture but the aspect ratio of full 4K is 17 by 9 and when you put that on a 16 by 9 display – which all of our flat panels are – you get gray bars on the top and the bottom.
Which nobody wants to see. So UHD is a nice version, a scaled version of 4K. That’s about 7 percent shorter in terms of width and pixels but it fits into a nice 69 aspect ratio and fits on all those 16 minor panels that we have out there.
So it’s our consumer version of 4K and when we say 4K today we’re talking about HD.