Samsung has just announced it will be retailing an astonishing 100 inch ultra HD TV for its own South Korean market. Prices for the 100 inch display have yet to be released but the 85 inch display debuted at £25,000.
Samsung’s announcement comes at a time when technology analysts predict a boom in demand for UHD. Sales for ultra-HD TVs have already hit 1.3 million with a predicted 27 million sales in around four years time. Samsung also predicts that around half of the UHD TV’s will be sold into the Chinese markets. Continue reading
It isn’t that long since Standard Definition was considered “normal” but, led largely by Samsung, it is High Definition that is now being considered de rigeur. In the shape of the UHD S9, Samsung has a ridiculously high definition technology that they call ultra high definition. Following the announcement and subsequent launch of the 85 inch model of the UHD S9, Samsung has said that they will be launching smaller, though we suspect not much cheaper, 65 and 55 inch versions of the set.
One of the most striking features of the TV when launched at CES 2013 was the picture frame style Continue reading