Electronics company breaks record with 110-inch 4K TV
LAS VEGAS - Chinese electronics company TCL created quite the spectacle on the show floor of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday as they unveiled a 110-inch curved 4K television.
Technology giant Samsung also had a similarly sized TV on the showfloor at CES, but Guinness Book of World Records officials were on hand to measure the immense, curved displays and determined that TCL's set was slightly larger.
According to the company that constructed the mammoth television, its curvature allows the display to obtain such a dramatic picture depth that it nears the point of allowing viewers to get the 3D TV experience without the need of glasses to create the effect.
Unfortunately for those in the market for incredibly impractical, 110-inch curved televisions, TCL did not have pricing or availability information for the set on offer. The trend of curved display televisions is certainly on the way though as several more reasonably sized offerings appeared at CES, and could be appearing in living rooms soon as consumers seek out the next big thing in home theater technology.
Image: Consumer Electronics Show
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