All hail 'The Wall:' Samsung's new 219-inch TV

All hail 'The Wall:' Samsung's new 219-inch TV

All hail 'The Wall:' Samsung's new 219-inch TV

Seeing small pieces of panels detach and combine on the show floor was a treat for the eyes - and a glimpse into the malleable forms starting to make their way into the market. Just hit the button and watch it roll away. Heralded for its revolutionary microLED technology, this TV will use less energy than current televisions you probably own now, but that's only half the fun.

For everyone who wouldn't want a 300-inch television in their home, there are the new TVs that hide the fact you even have one.

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung introduced its massive "The Wall" television set, or screen, or whatever. And we were there to take lots of pictures.

Samsung did not say when the devices would be on sale or for how much.

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The LG Signature OLED TV R can also be partially rolled out - a mode that shows about 25% of the screen for simple displays like time and weather. The television comes in at 98 inches and 8K QLED resolution, giving it more than 33 million pixels.

Is this really "the world's most cinematic TV"?

To read all about the 75-inch, whathifi.com has all the goods. It's from whence the TVs of tomorrow come.

Sometimes less is more.

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