Samsung Working on a 110-Inch UHD TV for CES 2013 According to Rumor
TV manufacturers have a long history of unveiling insanely big and expensive TVs at CES going back many years. A new rumor is circulating that Samsung is set to unveil a very impressive TV at CES 2013 kicking off next month. According to the rumor, Samsung has a 110-inch ultra HD television in the works.
Ultra HDTVs have roughly twice the resolution of traditional 1080p full HDTVs making for a very high-quality image. The downside to ultra HDTV's for now is that there is no broadcast content available. One thing that's really going to be bad about a 110-inch UHD television is the price.
Consider that an 84-inch UHD television currently sells for about £22,500 from LG, and the price for a 110-inch version from Samsung is sure to be jaw dropping. You need a giant grain of salt with this rumor, which originated with the website from Korea called MK News.
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