OLED and 4K TVs take center stage at CES Video
OLED and 4K TVs take center stage at CES Video Transcript
-This is the next frontier of TV, the Samsung Ultra High Definition TV. The screen, which almost floats within the frame, is mesmerizing. -Our 55-inch and 65-inch model that will deliver a stunning 4K viewing experience at a more accessible price range. -We call it Ultra HD and it offers four times the pixel resolution of full HD. -LG is leading the way of our WRGB Technology. It provides the most vivid and realistic color, widest of viewing angle, and infinite contrast ratio for an incredible viewing experience. -I don't care that the entire world has suddenly decided that 3D is dead because I am hooked and I am not leaving here.
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