Samsung made big splashes at CES 2019 with “The Wall”. No, they aren’t teaming up with Pink Floyd, but the band could use the technology at their next concert, or watching their favorite concert. The Wall is a giant TV that’s based on micro LED technology and consists of small modular panels. The end result is up to 219 square inches of stunning images.
Samsung “The Wall”
Since it’s based on modular panels this set can be customized to your need. That means you can build it to fit any size space you want in your home – it doesn’t even need to stay in a square pattern. That also means that you can get any aspect ratio and resolution as well. The set that you see here is 6K. If you want a smaller display, just shrink it down to 4K.
It works with a frame kit where the panels fit into, and a tablet-esqe remote that allows you to control the settings. You can use all 219 inches, have a couple 75 inch displays or configure to your need.
There’s no info on pricing or release date yet, but this is one that you want to keep an eye on. Check out Samsung for more information.
New Samsung 8K QLED Monitors from 65 inches
I got to also check out the 8K QLED displays. Samsung is expanding on the sizes with 65″, 75″ and 98″ sizes. 33 million pixels are no joke! Keep in mind – Geekazine CES videos are rendered in 1080p. But even though that would take up a small corner of this QLED monitor, Samsung’s Micro LED, along with scaling technology built in, makes sure the video is not blurry or pixelated.
QLED technology 85″ is available now at $14,999. Other monitors prices start at $4,999.00 (65″, 75″ and 82″ 8k models are still in pre-order). Pre-order here.
Check out all Samsung technologies here.
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