In December 2013, we had a report of the South Korean giants Samsung and LG, developing a 105-inch Ultra HDTVs which was unveiled at the CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
Samsung has pretty much delivered on its UHD TV promises made at the CES 2014, “world’s first, largest and most curved 105-inch curved UHD TV” but it doesn’t come cheap, it would cost a fortune get one of Samsung’s UN105S9Wt UHD TV model in your living room.
The South Korean giant listed its flagship TV up for pre-order and it came with a gigantic price tag of $120,000 – A decent house could be acquired with that sum, but if you are hell bent in getting your hands on the UHD TV, here is what would be available to you, right-out-of-the-box.
For $120,000, you will get 5,120 x 2,160 resolutions on a 105-inch curved display, a wide aspect ratio of 21:9, built-in apps, and a vist from one of Samsung’s “Field Engineers” to exclusively walk you through all the features of the UHD TV.
With Samsungs 105-inch curved 4k TV, you can divide the screen into four quadrants for performing several actions at the same time. You could be playing a PlayStation 4 via one quadrant, watching CNN on another, surfing the web and watching MTV, all at the same time. That’s nothing too much to ask, especially for the price tag slammed upon it.
So what can you do with $120,000? Samsung’s 105-inch curved UHD TV is your answer.
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