Senior HTF Member
- Oct 30, 1997
- Aberdeen, MD & Navesink, NJ
- Real Name
- Sam Posten
In addition to the new 75-inch size, Samsung is also showing an even larger version of The Wall this year -- a whopping 219 inches. Also on display are "TVs" the company dubs "The Window," which can come in tall, narrow designs as well as short, wide rectangular variations.
TV in a tube?I can't image what it will be like trying to get a 120" TV shipped and transported safely and intact as well as trying to get it safely mounted.
If Samsung can sell a 120" microLED screen (especially if it can be assembled on site) for $15,000 with a path to hit $5,000 a few years later, projectors are dead.