The South Korean company already has 146-inch version of The Wall, which Samsung unveiled previous year at the tech show. Now, the ultimate game-watching platform has arrived, and it's going to blow you away.
Oh boy. As ever, this year's CES 2019 Las Vegas expo has had a host of treats for those of us after the latest and greatest in consumer gadgets.
Here are the biggest, most advanced, and most notable TVs on display at CES. You felt cool. You looked like you were taking a step into the future.
Samsung says sales of TVs with screens above 75 inches have more than doubled in the United States over the past year. That is, if you can find 18 feet of wall space to hang this mammoth...
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There was chatter at CES over Hisense's new ULED XD display tech, which uses a dual-layer panel (essentially a 4K screen with another HD screen behind it) to enhance local dimming and dynamic range - though we're yet to see any models announced with the new tech. Heck, I'd watch the Pope's track and field team race if it meant I'd get to watch this monster for a few minutes.
For those of you who think a screen like this is better suited to a stadium than a living room, a 75-inch modular version is also coming out.
Yep, 219-inches or 556 cms or 5.56 metres.