December 31, 2013
Zeen Technology– As technology and in home entertainment broadens in scope the equipment birth of what was flat screens continue to enlarge. The high end users with economic capacity can acquire screens that will reduce the need for theater viewing and unleash luxurious entertainment. The release of the “Samsung’s 110-inch Ultra HDTV is the world’s largest, and it goes on sale Monday” is here for money is no object buyers.
The release is here of the largest HDTV in the world. “Samsung promised at CES last January that it would deliver a 110-inch UHDTV this year, and with just a couple of days left to spare here it is. Apparently rolling out in China, the Middle East and a few European countries first, there’s no word on price (the 85-inch version that launched earlier this year had a $40K pricetag attached when it launched), but can you really put a price on a TV that’s bigger than a king-size bed? That’s right, at 2.6-meters by 1.8-meters there’s more than enough room for well-heeled VIPs or employees of large companies and government agencies (the target market for the S9110) to catch some z’s on it — and bring a few friends. It’s available for custom orders just before we see the new generation of Ultra HD (including a 105-inch curved model) at CES 2014 next week, although most of us will be looking for TVs that actually fit inside our living room. Even though the set is custom order only, Samsung has confirmed to us that the basic edition costs 15 million Korean won ($142,000~),” reports Engadget.
As the price for large screen TV’s hit the market pushes the opportunity to seize on high scale premium viewing that enriches the user’s capabilities of scale and size. Samsung TV’s along with cross functionality packaging utilizing cellphone, apps and computer technology optimizes and add’s value to entertainment user delivery.