Almost all the big brands have kicked off their impressive
products at CES 2018. Like other gadgets, TV reigns supreme at CES in Las
Vegas. From Samsung to LG to Sony, the companies have unveiled TVs with most
outlandish and extravagant developments, rollable TVs, OLED features,
overwhelmingly large screens and also the latest offerings have Android TV with
These are the latest and greatest TVs that are now going to
dominate the headlines in 2018. We have pick up some of the best ones showcased
at CES 2018.
Samsung Micro LED TV ‘The Wall’
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Samsung has unveiled its prowess in the display technology at
the CES 2018. It announced Micro LED TV called ‘The Wall’ the first-ever 146
inch ‘modular TV’. The company claims "consumers can customise their
television sizes and shapes to suit their needs". It is designed for movie
theaters as it uses Samsung’s cinema screen technology. The price and
availability of ‘The Wall’ have not been announced but this is undoubtedly one
of the most impressive creations yet from the world’s #1 TV maker.
Samsung has also showcased the Q9S, which it bills as the
first 85-inch 8K TV with artificial intelligence. It will be rolled out in the
second half of 2018.
LG Rollable Television
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LG has always been famous for their new technological
innovation in the market. This time at CES 2018 the company has launched new
65-inch rollable 4K TV that can be rolled in a tube form and carried around in
a box, making it highly portable. It is the successor to 2016’s rollable
18-inch display panel. The price and availability of this TV has not been
revealed by the company as the appliance is in still ‘prototype’ stages.
LG Display also debuted an 88-inch 8K television with an OLED
Panasonic OLED Televisions
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Panasonic has been in the market for around 100 years and time and again they have proved that they are the real competitors for big brands. The company made its presence by bringing two new 4K OLED TV that are HDR Compatible and with company’s HCX processor for better performance. The two models of Panasonic television launched are FZ800 and FZ950. Both the models come in 55 inch and 65 inch screen respectively. Additionally, the Japanese company has provided support for the HDR10+ standard and also provided a black filter to reduce reflections. Details of price and availability of the product are yet to be revealed.
Sony X900 F Series
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