Samsung demos 82” 2160p HDTV

I first came across these 2160p TV sets at NAB 2008 this year and didn’t quite realize that a standard had been built around this kind of display. I saw them in the SONY booth where they were calling it QFHD. According to Wikipedia “2160p is also called “Quad HDTV” since it displays four times the number of pixels of the highest HDTV standard resolution, 1080p.” According to the manufacturer, the TV integrates a red/green/blue LED backlight, which raises the color saturation to 150%. The image refresh rate is 120 Hz. Boy, just when I was seriously thinking about purchasing a 65″ 1080p set, I had to find out about this. 😦

More later….


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