Samsung's New The Wall Display: Is 583 Inches Large Enough?by Anton Shilov on February 11, 2020 8:00 AM EST
Samsung has expanded its The Wall lineup of Micro LED-based displays with two models featuring 437 and 583-inch diagonals. The monitors are intended for commercial use, though nothing can stop someone with deep pockets from buying such a 'television' for home use.
The new 437 and 583-inch Wall displays from Samsung feature an 8K resolution and are based on new Micro LED modules. Previously, Samsung’s The Wall lineup included 75-inch, 146-inch, 219-inch, and 292-inch models.
Here's the previous generation 146-inch model
Samsung does not disclose exact specifications of its new Wall displays as well as Micro LED-based modules (called cabinets) uses to build them. Previously, Samsung’s Micro LED cabinets featured 250 - 2000 nits brightness (regular/peak), around 10,000:1 contrast ratio, a 16-bit color depth, up to a 100/120 Hz refresh rate, as well as 155°/135° horizontal/vertical viewing angles. Given the overall size of the latest displays, the newest modules probably have a lower pixel density, but for commercial applications like digital signage this may not matter a lot.
The largest versions of Samsung’s Wall displays will be available for pre-order starting this week. Prices are not disclosed, but if you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.
- Samsung’s Micro LED Wall TVs Now Available: Up to 8K, Up to 292-Inches
- Sony’s Micro LED-Based Ultra-HD TVs Available to Consumers: 2K to 16K Resolutions, up to 790-Inches
- TCL Shows Off 132-Inch Micro LED 4K UHDTV: 24,000,000 Micro LEDs
- Sony Develops 16K Display: A 783-Inch ‘Crystal LED’ Screen
- Samsung at CES 2019: 219-Inch and 75-Inch Micro LED Ultra-HD TVs Demonstrated
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Cullinaire - Tuesday, February 11, 2020 - linkWell at least you don't have to play the panel lottery with these.
boeush - Tuesday, February 11, 2020 - linkAs a bonus, the power bill for it will be only slightly less affordable than the screen itself. As a further bonus, you probably won't ever again need a space heater. On the flip side, for those hot days you might want to invest in a few additional air conditioner systems...
brunis.dk - Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - linkWatching SD pr0n on this one must be like playing Minecraft on 24"
Peskarik - Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - linkI'm not buying it. There is nothing to watch on TV anyway, on any of the thousand channels, just garbage (ok, maybe some good stuff on history channel).
flyingpants265 - Thursday, February 13, 2020 - linkThis is from the book Fahrenheit 451.