Samsung has debuted a 146-inch TV at CES that the company calls The Wall, which also sports modular MicroLED technology.
That means the size of the TV can actually change to fit your room better by removing or adding pieces. Samsung says the adaptability is possible through MicroLED, which are smaller than LEDs and self-sufficient as a light source.
“As the world’s first consumer modular MicroLED television, The Wall represents another breakthrough,” said Jonghee Han, Samsung Electronics president of visual display business, in a statement. “It can transform into any size, and delivers incredible brightness, color gamut, color volume and black levels.
There’s no price tag attached to The Wall yet, let alone how individual pieces may be sold.
Now Samsung isn’t the only electronics company showing off alternatives to ubiquitous flat-screen TVs. LG unveiled a 65-inch OLED TV that can roll up at CES.