The relationship that is established in terms of the size of the televisions is interesting, since when you get used to a larger panel than the one you had before, it costs a lot for the next TV you buy to be the same size or even better. As there is always something for everyone, we have those who settle for a standard-size TV, and those who want a good piece above 55 inches.
But Samsung’s new creation is so huge, that this would not fit in a house, unless your last name is Kardashian, you live in Dubai or you have a mansion.
Samsung The Wall 2021
Do you think your 72-inch 4K resolution panel is big? How about this 1,000-inch, up to 16K resolution? Samsung Electronics has launched this week worldwide the 2021 model of its modular display The Wall (model name: IWA), which “it reimagines display technology to give businesses unlimited flexibility to display content. “
A new Micro AI processor instantly analyzes and optimizes each frame of the video to deliver the best possible image quality. Using up to 16 different neural network models, each trained in deep learning and AI scaling technology, the Micro AI processor can optimize image quality up to 8K resolution, enhancing contrast and eliminating glare. noise.
For fans of perfect, pure blacks, The Wall’s Black Seal technology covers the screen with perfect uniformity, with enhanced depth that offers a high degree of contrast while maintaining detail. With a maximum brightness of 1,600 nits, The Wall provides clear images that stand out even in bright environments. Ultra Chroma technology produces narrower wavelengths that create RGB colors twice as pure and more accurate than conventional LEDs. Each LED is now up to 40% smaller, increasing pure black space between pixels to improve color uniformity and increase image contrast.
This year’s model is easier to install thanks to new wireless docking connections and a bezel-less design, resulting in half the depth of the cabinet than before.3 Thanks to modular technology, The 2021 The Wall can be installed in various positions, such as concave, convex, ceiling, hung, sloped and L-shaped, and users only have to adjust each cabinet once with the factory seam setting, eliminating module-by-module adjustment and saving time .
8K to 16K in 1,000 inches
This TV delivers its most detailed picture to date in the industry’s first 8K resolution with 120Hz refresh rate and Simple 8K playback. The wall can be configured horizontally for a resolution of up to 16K with an arrangement of 15,360 x 2,160 pixels. Its huge screen measures over 1,000 inches, creating a completely expansive canvas to display content.
The screen has been built with lMicro HDR and Micro Motion functions, with 20-bit processing to deliver consistent image quality that is suitable in all commercial settings for a smooth viewing experience regardless of location. The display also includes four picture-by-picture (PBP) displays, allowing four different content sources to be viewed, all of them simultaneously in 4K resolution. The 4-PBP function can be used for business purposes where multiple displays are required.
All The Wall features are offered with safety in mind: TÜV Rheinland has awarded it Eye Comfort certification to minimize blue light emission, while its EMC Class B certification minimizes electromagnetic waves for safe installation in homes.
Price? Don’t bother
Conceived and directed above all to business and commercial environments, The Wall 2021 is not a TV for home consumption – although they also said that about the military jeeps Humvee of the US Army until Arnold Schwarzenegger fell in love with one in the 90s. Its size, technology and options are top of the range what’s on the market right now. And in fact, it doesn’t even have a sale price, Instead, you have to contact Samsung.
Undoubtedly the screen of many wet dreams, The Wall 2021 is not publicly known what it costs. But, if right now the model 85-inch QN800A Neo QLED 8K it’s the latest and worth a whopping 7,000 euros, imagine the new The Wall.