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

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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,
2014.

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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