New Televisions at CES 2010

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Among the latest advancements in television technology, Samsung has introduced a new Neo QLED display that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the overall picture quality. The new televisions will have advanced contrast mapping that prevents bright areas from bleeding into shadows, and they will also feature an embossed Matt Display. Samsung will also offer a new line of TV frames with sizes ranging from 32 inches to 85 inches. For the most part, these new televisions will be designed to be slim and sleek, with a matte finish to make them appear even more stylish.

The latest TVs can provide four times the resolution of an ordinary 1080p television. This means that you can watch movies and television shows in ultra-high definition (4K), which has four times more pixels than 1080p. 4K also enables you to sit closer to the screen without noticing pixilation. The difference between 1080p and 4K is remarkable. While these televisions can be costly, they can be worth the investment if you know what to look for.

CES is a must-attend event if you want to see the latest televisions in the market. Many manufacturers line up their booths at the show to display the newest models. You can admire the new screens even if you can’t go to the show. Samsung, LG, and Sony are all showcasing their latest offerings at this annual event. They all boast the latest HDMI 2.1 and HDR 10+ standards, and 4K resolution.

The biggest news at CES is no longer the “world’s biggest TV” headline. LG has introduced a 97-inch model to its G2 OLED TVs. While the previous largest model was 88 inches and had an 8K display, the new 97-inch model will only do 4K, and it is priced at $30,000 (roughly equivalent to the 88-inch LG).

Wi-Fi connectivity is now available on nearly every new television, allowing them to stream content. However, most of the largest screen televisions do not come with built-in speakers. You need to invest in a good audio system, such as a sound bar, if you want to enjoy high-quality audio. Many large screen televisions also feature extra ports for connecting to other components, such as gaming systems, streaming services, and satellite or cable TV.

As a rule, people who want to play games should choose a television with a low input lag. Just ten milliseconds can mean the difference between a win and a loss. To combat this problem, some TVs feature a “game mode” that turns off image processing for games. Depending on the type of game you’re playing, this mode is not necessary, but it will improve the game experience.

The most expensive new televisions have the highest resolution. They are often larger than 40 inches, and feature 16:9 aspect ratio displays with 1920×1080 pixels, which are individual tiny dots that combine to create a picture. Many of the new TVs use LED-LCD display technology. However, OLED technology is also available for some HD models. The latter has a higher price tag, but offers better contrast ratio and better viewing angles.

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