Samsung releases monstrous UHD TV set

Samsung releases monstrous UHD TV set

Samsung has released a truly monstrous UHD TV set that sports a 105-inch display, based on OLED technology. The new company product carries the UN105S9W brand name and works at 5120 x 2160 pixel resolution at a 21:9 aspect ratio. As a comparison the 5120 x 2160 pixel resolution is 5.3 times higher than the popular Full HD resolution.

The Samsung UN105S9W comes with a number of technologies that include UHD Dimming and Precision Black – both by Samsung. This is the reason why the new TV set offers deep white and black colors and Quad mode that allows users to perform four actions on the display at once like playing a game, watching TV and/or a movie and surfing the Web – all at once!

We already know what you are thinking – that this TV set is not for everyone. If you think so, sadly, you will be right – the Samsung UN105S9W will sell for USD 120 000. A small consolation is that customers who purchase the UN105S9W will enjoy special customer service that includes free installation and setting up of the TV set. For this much money this is to be expected, though.

Source: Samsung

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