The 146-inch TV and created to take up an entire wall with the latest technology making a flawless picture on the huge screen. The show also features futuristic concepts, such as a display you can roll up like wrapping paper and hide away.
AI assistants have cropped up several smart TV's at CES this year, including Philips' 7703 Series 24in Android TV, which comes perched on a Bluetooth speaker and is designed for kitchen worktops.
LG already supports Dolby Vision HDR in its OLED screens, and its latest televisions will now also support HDR10, the rival HDR specification used by Sony's PS4 Pro and Microsoft's Xbox One X consoles, as well as some streaming services. "But the general reaction by foreign media is that Samsung and LG dominated other global companies in the TV and display sectors, which are the cores of CES". That is something you would only expect from a projected screen.
Hisense's Laser TV projector can produce a 140-inch display on a smaller budget, and will cost $US9,999 when it's released in America. While these TVs may not be available right now, they point to what might come in the future, CNN said, quoting Patrick Moorhead, president of tech analysis firm Moor Insight & Strategy. In other words, aside from its ridiculous size, The Wall is as close to the ideal new TV as we've seen so far from any brand.
"On a wall screen, you can watch TV, designating any section or portion of the display to act like a TV", he said.
LG Display chief executive Dr Sang-Beom Han said the television was created to "provide new value to customers" who may want to hide their televisions from view.
Ever the videophile, Andru is also keeping his eye on the new TVs being announced, including a giant, 146-inch TV from Samsung called simply The Wall. It's billed as the first consumer modular MicroLED television or, for the layman, "The Screen of the Future". Moreover, the screen can be customized for different purposes.
The 146-inch size might seem random, but it's actually just tall enough to be able to cover most home walls from the floor to the ceiling.