Earlier this week at the Infocomm, Samsung announced their new TVs who want a movie
LED for Home boasts a modular formation technology that allows users to customise the screen size but as a start, Samsung is selling the TVs in four SKUs – 110-inch Full HD, 130-inch Full HD, 220-inch Ultra HD and 260-inch Ultra HD.
The screen supports HDR10+ for improved picture playback, audio optimised by Harman and is Electro-static Discharge (ESD) certified that makes it easier and cost efficient to maintain and long lasting performance of up to 10,000+ hours.
The TVs are priced from a hefty Rs. 1cr and goes up to 3.5cr, depending on the size.
In addition to Samsung, Infocomm saw a lot of new launches from companies like BenQ, Optoma and others. While BenQ offerings ranged from virtual blackboards to projectors to wireless streaming devices, Optoma focused on projectors like ZU1050, ZH420UST, etc.