Samsung launches 98-inch UHD display and 31.5-inch UHD monitor

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samsung-uhd-tv.jpgSamsung are rolling out the big home cinema guns ahead of their IFA 2013 showcase, today annoucning the release of two ultra high definition display.

First up is a 98-inch UHD large format display (LFD) screen. The giant set hits near-4K quality resolutions four times as sharp as a standard full HD 1080p display. The company are planning a jaw-dropping line up of three of the screens side by side at the IFA conference to make what’s essentially a 171-inch display.

Secondly, the Samsung have announced a more manageable 31.5-inch UHD monitor – the sharpest Samsung have ever made. Packing in 8.3 million pixels (a standard full HD screen sports just 2.07 million), it’s aimed at the pros, coming complete with a range of calibration options including a 25 section split for colour balancing, supporting 99% of the Adobe RGB colour space.

No pricing announced yet, but expect each to cost a pretty penny as their aimed at commercial buyers.

Gerald Lynch
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