Another year of Consumer Electronics Show is here. CES is nothing but an annual gathering of all the innovative gadgets, technology, toys and much more. Every manufacturer is showing off their best and advanced models in Las Vegas. With the battling race going on among the top tech giants, we have taken out few attention-grabbing TVs at this popular electronics show.
- Samsung The Wall
Samsung Showcases its 146-inches TV which the company named it as The Wall. The size of the TV can actually fit the size of the wall. The giant-sized TV sports micro-LED technology which is the best alternative OLED display screens.
Jonghee Han, Samsung Electronics president of visual display business says "As the world’s first consumer modular MicroLED television, The Wall represents another breakthrough, It can transform into any size, and delivers incredible brightness, color gamut, color volume and black levels.”
The technology implemented is adaptable enough to offer bright highlights and deep blacks. Since the LED’s need to be arranged onto a layer by a machine, it becomes quite tedious to manufacture micro-OLED displays. The South Korean company even promised that the futuristic technology will be more intelligent than expected. With the integration of Voice assistant Bixby, the users can check the inside of fridge on the TV screen.
2. LG Rollable Display
The giant tech LG displays the prototype of rolling screen technology at CES 2018. LG describes it as the world’s first 65-inches ultra HD rollable OLED screen.
The company explains it as “It can be rolled up and hidden when not in use, and the small size of the rolled-up screen means that it can be more easily moved and stored, allowing for better space utilization, something existing displays can’t deliver.”
The screen can further be customized to different aspect ratios. This easy-to-store display is for the consumers who are looking for a giant screen TV but lack of storage space.
3. Nvidia Gaming Display
Nvidia steps into the TV sector with its Big Format Gaming Display. It is expected to hit the market in the second half of 2018. They use the different techniques that many other giant companies have not yet implemented.
The 65-inches Gaming Display could probably become the best smart TVs ever. Nvidia is working in collaboration with Acer, HP and ASUS to manufacture these display screens. The cost of the Gaming Display is unknown for now, but we can definitely expect it to carry a higher price tag.
4. Sony A8F OLED TV
Here is a companion to the 2017 Sony A1E. Sony launches a new A8F series that carries the same OLED panel with a standard foot stand support. It hides the powerful sound system and in fact, the screen itself produces sound.
The new Sony A8F runs on the Android TV operating system with a Google Assistant voice control. As with other gadgets, Sony did not specify any details of pricing and availability of the A8F.
5. 8K TVs
While the rest of the world is busy with the 4K displays, LG takes a step head and shows off a new 88-inches 8K OLED TV. It can squeeze a whopping resolution at 7680 X 4320 pixels which is four times higher than 4K display resolution.
The company further says that it is quite easier to manufacture 8K displays because each pixel can be controlled individually and thus there is no backlight that needs to be consistent across the OLED surface. Though the concept of 8K seems to be ridiculous, it just showed off the glimpse of futuristic technology.