How much is a 4k gold ring worth?
The ring could be worth $200.
If it has been properly maintained, and has been confirmed real by a certified Roles dealer, it is worth between $4,000-$8,500 depending on what color the bezel is and the whether it is gold or not. Are you trying to sell or buy the Submariner? To sell you can get about $2,800 to $4K for it but to buy you can get it for about $4,500 to about $9,500.
it is 4000. when k is before numbers, it symbolizes 1000 --This answer is wrong, the k stands for karat. 4k gold is 4 karat gold. Karat is a measure of the percentage of the gold. The higher the karat the purer the gold is and therefore the more expensive it will be. One RELATED INFO though : There is NO such thing as a 24-Karat GOLD but 22K ONLY. IF it's assess as 24K…
Well, if you want to play 4K videos, you have to play it on a screen that it has enough resolution. Of course you can play 4Kvideos shoot by iPhone6s on itself, the videos can not be played in real 4K because of resolution limitation(6 1334*750,6s 1920*1080). And the resolution of 4K videos is up to 4096×2160. Therefore, if 4K videos are player on iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, the dedicate image is unable to…
Advertising an account is against the rules, and can get you banned. Don't even think of it. If you need money, there are lots of better options. I suggest you try mining clay, which is currently worth 150 coins each, or about 4K a trip. You can easily do several trips in an hour (mine: southwest of Varrock; bank: use the nearest Varrock bank).
It's hard to find the exact date. The consumer market appeared to start getting traction in 2012 with TV's. There were 4K projectors/cameras out in 2003/2004. 4K came out in camera's in 2003, by around 2010 major video streaming companies were pushing 4K out as an option. Decent article (below) to get quick easy to read info on the current TV's for the average consumer. revealreview.com/5-tips-choosing-4k-tv/ Hope this helps!
I have an 01 Oldsmobile Intrigue with a blown head gasket Is it worth it to replace it Not even 90k mi yet?
no only if you are actually gaining. for example, if you settled for $4000 because someone decided to do something dumb, and that is how much that cost to repair, then it will not count because that is what is was worth before it was damaged. however, if you made like $8k, then the extra $4k would be taxable, because it is profit.
There are several different standards. In general, 4K refers to a resolution of roughly 4,000 pixels wide and about 2,000 pixels high. That makes it the equivalent of four 1080p screens in height and length. Currently 4K is a catch-all term for a number of standards that are reasonably close to that resolution.
If you have a 1080p hd tv that is known as 1k. 1080p x 4 gives you 4000p aka 4k. A 4ktv is split into 4 segment, each segments are 1080p. These tv's are huge like 80 inches or above. (eg Panasonic 4ktv) In UK we went from 1080p hd tv to 3dtv, in places like japan they went from 1080p hdtv to 4ktv to 3dtv. UK skiped a step because they didnt want to…