Samsung Unveils Massive 219 Inch TV Called ‘The Wall’

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And rolls back into a bench when you're not watching.

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Tech giant Samsung upped its game this year at the CES show in Las Vegas by unveiling its massive, 219-inch TV called "The Wall". You felt cool. You looked like you were taking a step into the future.

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At CES 2019, Samsung revealed a new TV that is irresponsibly large. It uses micro LED technology, which creates a brighter image using less energy than current televisions. That's more than 18 feet! You can't run out and buy one now.

Could one day, you be the owner of a 219-inch television?

No information on release date, prices or specifications was provided by the company, which does prompt cynics to question whether the concept will ever make it to actual living rooms.

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