Now, the ultimate game-watching platform has arrived, and it's going to blow you away.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung introduced its massive "The Wall" television set, or screen, or whatever.
Expect imitators, and hope we see some affordable versions of the technology down the line, however long it takes. Called the LG Signature OLED TV R, the TV is expected to go on sale later this year. They're always getting bigger and always getting brighter. Who really needs an 8K TV?More news: Surreal feeling that audience has accepted 'Uri...' says Vicky Kaushal
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Every TV company is touting new 8K televisions with four times the resolution of 4K televisions.
Hisense is increasingly making a case for itself beyond budget TVs.
To read all about the 75-inch, whathifi.com has all the goods.
However, the massive TV doesn't come in one piece. And this year's main attraction was the launch of new TVs by popular brands like LG, Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic. Hisense's Sonic One television is an astonishing 1.1mm thin at its thickets point, without having to outsource its processing or speakers to an external system.