What a small price to pay for watching ‘Young Sheldon’ on a TV the size of your wall!
LG enhances its game by producing a large, visually impressive, wall-sized flat-screen LED TV worth $ 1.7 million. The hardware is 325 inches long and impresses the senses with an ingenious 8K resolution. It aims to compete for the winning share of likes from Sony and Samsung, who recently unveiled their own wall-sized MicroLED models.
But if you do not want to spend close to two million dollars on your next TV, do not worry, you can go for a 108-inch model for a modest price in the low six figures. All your legitimate rich friends will laugh at you, of course, and you will be without the joy of staring at such a large screen of easily emitting diodes that your entire field of view cannot take on everything at once. But you can spend the money you save on other, more frivolous expenses like paying rent or buying food.
This TV actually represents a pretty significant leap forward in display technology, as this new set of LG screens is apart from the competition with something called DVLED, short for “Direct View LED.” In the recent past, even the highest definition televisions used an LCD screen between the LEDs and your eyes to make the picture crisp and clear. Just looking at the diodes that were large and far apart, you would just look at a soup of random color. But as the LEDs get smaller and closer together for enhanced resolution, you get a better image without the need for a filter screen.
Keep in mind, however, that in addition to the higher price tag, these sets are the opposite of energy efficient. So if you are trying to keep your power consumption down, then you probably want to stick with a smaller, 4K model instead of spending your life on LG.
“Grace Kelly” never sounded so good.
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