LG, Samsung to debut 105-inch Ultra HDTVs at CES 2014


LG, Samsung to debut 105-inch Ultra HDTVs at CES 2014

At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas next month, two tech biggies - LG and Samsung - will unveil their mammoth 105-inch Ultra High Definition (Ultra HD) TV sets.

Marking the imminent commencement of the big TV battle on Wednesday, LG had revealed in a press statement that it will debut the "largest curved TV ever made" at the forthcoming CES event which will kick off on January 7,

According to LG, the huge 105-inch Ultra HDTV will feature an LED-lit LCD screen with a resolution of 5120 x 2160; and an aspect ratio of 21:9, which will TV's screen look more like a cinema screen as compared to the traditional home TV.

Close on the heels of LG's announcement about unveiling its 105-inch Ultra HDTV at the CES event, Samsung said in a Thursday statement that it will showcase "the world's first, largest and most curved 105-inch UHD TV" at the same show. The Samsung TV will have the same screen resolution and aspect ratio as the LG device.

Samsung said in a blog post that the gigantic Ultra HDTV "provides almost two times vivid images when viewed from the side and the best possible TV viewing experience from any angle; and it also "adopts 'Quadmatic Picture Engine' which delivers all content in UHD-level picture quality no matter what the source is."

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