While 4320p displays are almost nowhere to be found, that hasn’t stopped Japan from launching the latest in cutting-edge broadcasting technology: citizens who are lucky enough to own a UHD monitor and the required tuners may now watch both 4K and 8K content courtesy of Japanese broadcaster NHK. The remastered version of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is the first 8K UHD movie available for the service. It's still early days of course, since almost no one has an 8K display, and most of the people who do need a special receiver and antenna just to pick up the signal. Engadget Japan reported that Sharp began selling its first Super Hi-Vision-ready TVs with a built-in tuner last month for around $6,600. Also, HDMI 2.1 hasn't been implemented in any of these displays yet, so just getting the signal from box to TV requires plugging in four HDMI cables.