You better sell that Lambo if you want that MicroLED TVThe model, which will be available for sale in early 2021, has an MSRP of $207,000. So you should hope to hit the jackpot, or if you have one, sell one of your Lambos to buy one. However, the price might vary, as some potential retailers will sell this for roughly $156,000. Despite the hefty price tag, it is still something worth gawking at. Just hope that someone isn’t charging you by the minute. While the majority of consumer televisions maxing out at 85 inches, Samsung takes things to the extreme. In their latest MicroLED, they push the limits as to how large their TVs can get.
Industrial technology enters the consumer products worldThis newer model is among smaller applications of the MicroLED TV technology. This technology has usually been made available for industrial use. However, the technology would make its consumer product debut with Samsung’s Wall. This is a gigantic 292-inch screen comprised of modular panels. Those who live the DIY lifestyle might want to step aside on this one. Why? The installation of these panels requires the services of a professional. While this is a smaller version of the Wall, it boasts the same LED technology in a smaller package. More importantly, it is ready to go, straight out of the box. Best of all, there’s no need for a complicated installation.
Some excellent features despite Samsung’s hefty price tagThe 110-inch monster has a 4K HDR screen, which integrates artificial intelligence to boost picture quality. It’s also taken the ongoing war on TV bezels a step further. In this case, the ratio of screen-to-body is 99.99%. Gamers receive a shoutout from Samsung describing the product. The TV can function as four separate 55-inch screens. This would be excellent to stream walkthroughs while playing a video game. Again, the downside is the price range of $156,000 to $207,000. It’s most definitely nowhere near the price point your starting or intermediate gamer could afford. Shroud or Markiplier or Jacksepticeye can afford it from the revenues they make every year. Unfortunately, this is just a bit out of reach for the average gamer, more or less the average consumer.
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