Dec 17 2012, 1:09pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Every year at CES with the biggest product categories that is most represented by various manufacturers is the TV space. Hundreds and hundreds of TVs are unveiled the show each and every year. The sheer rumors indicate that the big thing in TVs will be 4K resolution and OLED sets.
CES several years ago was the first time we got a glimpse at 4K TVs that offered twice the resolution of current 1080p sets. We've also seen OLED TVs in the past at CES, but at the time they had small screens and incredibly high prices. According to rumors, both Samsung and LG will be showing off new OLED TVs at CES 2013.
Both companies are expected to have 55-inch units that are ready for shipping at around $10,000. Where are the expecting to see some incredibly large fork ATVs come to market, other sets in the 50 to 65 inch range are expected as well. 4K TVs will be very expensive to start with.
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