Sony Unveils 16K TV That Is Bigger Than A Bus
Imagine watching the new season of “Game of Thrones” on a gigantic 16K TV that is bigger than a bus?
Sony introducing a 16K TV that’s two storeys high. Just to put that in perspective, 1080p HD is considered to be pretty decent when watching sports or your favourite TV shows. Well this television has 64 times more pixels than a 4K TV.
Strategy Analytics’ David Mercer told the BBC: “We’re moving slowly towards 8K TVs at the end of the decade and who knows how long it will take to get beyond that, so 16K is likely to be limited to the corporate world for the time being.
On the other hand, Samsung pulled the curtain on The Wall 2.0, a 219 inch TV at the CES technology expo Las Vegas, where tech companies show off their latest and greatest inventions. This is the second vision of the well known brand after releasing The Wall 1.1 last year.
There’s is no word yet on how much The Wall 2.0 or The Window cost you but assumptions are on their way and it will cost you a pretty penny obviously. Samsung’s Wall 2.0 packs a 16K resolution, it means it can upscale your movie 64 times that of full-HD. It has 16 times more resolution than a 4K resolution TV.
When it will be available in the market?
Because of it’s huge size, don’t count it to be available at local best buy soon. Even Sony does not have many clients to shell out as much money for such a display. The last time the company made such a display was in 2014 for Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. While it may not be available for the home users, this is basically a showcase of Sony’s crystal technologies.
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