Samsung shows off world's largest curved UHD TV at CES 2014 Video
Samsung shows off world's largest curved UHD TV at CES 2014 Video Transcript
Please welcome the jaw-dropping 105-inch Samsung curved UHD TV and the stunning flagship 78-inch U9000 Samsung curved UHD TVs. At 105 inches, this is the world's largest UHD TV. It features the most advanced technology and design. A massive movie theater style screen, of course UHD, and a curve for a truly cinematic experience. This represents our unremitting efforts to reach a TV driven by consumer's passion for entertainment. The curved shape improves the already amazing Samsung UHD viewing experience. The wider field of view and panoramic effect draws viewers in. The TV seems even bigger than it is. Now, these TVs here in front of me are also packed with amazing technology. The U9000 TV offers twice the enhanced contrast ratio of a flat TV. The curved screen with our auto depth enhancer gets an even greater sense of depth. It delivers a 3D effect without the glasses. You literally become part of the action.
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