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CES 2012: Peek At TV's Future

Highlights from the stunning wall of big screens at CES 2012 include no-glasses-required 3D TVs and displays as thin as half an inch.
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While we were impressed and maybe even slightly overwhelmed by the size of Samsung's booth, we think they were outdone by LG in terms of technology displays. Nonetheless, Samsung had some big screens of its own to show off. Samsung too had a 55" OLED display. It had a 70" display with 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution on hand. And when we say Samsung had a display, we mean it. There was no enclosure for the screen, and certainly no part number. But it was an impressive picture.

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Tom LaSusa
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1/30/2012 | 3:59:14 PM
re: CES 2012: Peek At TV's Future
Amazing Stuff, Art
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