January 11th, 2013
4k televisions, a moniker given to those displays that boast the impressive 3840 Ã— 2160, now being called Ultra High-Definition, were a rage at CES 2013. Most enthralling of all: Samsung’s 110-inch UHD TV. With an LED-backlit LCD screen, this Ultra High-Definition television offers a pixel density currently unmatched in the market.
Offering a beautiful picture, as well as Samsung’s impressive Smart TV technology, and an internal converter that upscales current HD content while the entertainment industry works to start providing Ultra HD content, this TV offers all you can ask for when it comes to picture and display.
What about sound? The metal frame, which supports the massive 110″ screen, provides function as well as form. Nestled within it are two woofers, two tweeters, and two midrange speakers, all powered by a 120-watt amplifier.
Though like many offerings at CES this is just a prototype and no specifics have been hammered out, like price or release date. In fact, it doesn’t even have a model number yet. However, most items premiered at CES are usually on the market within the year, with of course the exception being the OLED superthin televisions Samsung displayed at CES 2012 and yet again CES 2013. Do you think the UHD 110″ TV will break that streak and be available to consumers sometime in 2013?
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