CES has always been about the televisions.
The Wall isn't just another big-screen TV.
Even better, the 8K QLED TV Samsung were using for the demo is actually expected to launch this year, though it's currently only confirmed for the U.S. and Korea for now. These Ultra HD digital signage displays measure just over seven feet long with an wonderful 58:9 bar-type display. LG's AI OLED TVs will also have Google Assistant so users can control them with voice commands.
Lastly, the new QLED TV categorizes elements of picture quality (black/blooming/brightness) in input sources by scene to produce pictures with richer and more detailed contrast.
The reason Samsung showed off The Wall at CES was simply to show that it can. At CES 2018, the South Korean tech giant showcased its revamped TVs that are protected by its new security solution.
Meet the rollable TV. This makes the 65-inch ultra-high-definition OLED TV incredibly discreet when not in use. A big, expensive home.
The proprietary LG OLED technology is designed to deliver perfect blacks thanks to its ability to turn each pixel on or completely off
Alas, as The Wall is still very much at an early concept stage, there's no official word yet on United Kingdom pricing or a release date. Well, first and foremost, there's something called Modular microLED. Designed around Samsung's Cinema Screen technology, which specialises in engineering large form factor TVs.
It's the first consumer TV to use MicroLED, rather than the more conventional LED, plasma or OLED technologies. Samsung didn't say how all the pieces come together, but the set looked pretty seamless in person.
Quiet why, given there is nearly nothing to watch in 8K, we aren't quite sure. "But it also uses micro-led technology which is brand new TV technology that they use in scoreboards". Separately, Samsung is intent on trying to persuade people to engage with Bixby, its digital assistant which is already incorporated in its smartphones and is now added to its smart TV lineup. Firstly, it will be fitted to the company's new Family Hub refrigerator, and secondly it will appear on some Samsung TVs.
Although Amazon's Alexa was the star of the show a year ago, she has some competition in 2018 from Google Assistant, Samsung's Bixby, Apple's Siri, and more.
"Consumers are telling us it is hard and confusing to try to find what they want to watch", he said.
Secondly, you can adjust the height of the TV for certain types of content - mostly movies - that aren't filmed in the typical 16:9 aspect ratio of most TVs. TCL says the Roku soundbar will begin shipping in late 2018.
When can I get a MicroLED TV? .
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