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CES 2014: The Best 4K TVs Unveiled by Samsung, LG, Sony, Panasonic and More
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014, saw the advent of the latest technologies in almost all the segments. Tablets and PC manufacturers along with other home appliances makers highlighted their newest innovations at the event that took place in Las Vegas.
Talking about TVs, manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Toshiba and many more made a big splash with their latest 4K display featuring TVs. Not only the 4 times the better quality than the Full HD TVs were unveiled at the CES 2014 but these International Tech Firms also unveiled most incredible TVs featuring the bendable displays and Curved displays which we have already seen before at the IFA Berlin 2013 last year.
Lets take a look at the best TVs that got unveiled at the CES 2014 festival in the sliders below:
LG's new Curved UHD TV (model 105UC9) features a massive 105-inch screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 5120 x 2160 5K resolution. It comes with an enormous concave 105-inch screen. The new UHD TV's come with exceptional picture quality and is also complemented by the deep, rich audio produced by a front-facing 7.2 multi-channel sound system designed in collaboration with Harman Kardon.
Samsung is using an ultra-wide ratio of 21:9 to take advantage of the 105-inch (the U9000 Series) size and curvature of the set. It has 11 million pixels and includes an Auto Depth Enhancer to bring pictures to life. In person, the set looks less like a TV and more like a movie theater screen. The the U9000 Series will also come in 55, 65 and 78-inch screen sizes.
The new XBR-X950B series, which comes in the mammoth 85-inch size, and a 65-inch version uses Sony's brand new X-tended Dynamic Range Pro technology, which the company claims offers a vivid display of contrast and brilliant detail, driven from direct LED backlight arrays. Other features include Sony's Triluminos display technology, ClearAudio + sound enhancement, screen mirroring via NFC touch from compatible phones, Sony's Motionflow 960XBR, and more.
The 85-inch prototype was also unveiled at the CES 2104 which the company simply calls the "Bendable TV." Reportedly the demo unit switched between a flat panel and a curved screen at the touch of a button, with a mechanical system pushing out the edges of the screen to achieve the transformation.
Sharp UQ line will range between $2,999 (£1,800) and $5,999 for sets 60, 70 and 80 inches in size, while the SQ line will offer 60 and 70-inch screen sizes priced at $2,299 and $3,099 respectively.
Once again, Toshiba is mainly focusing on UHD TVs for this year's CES. The manufacturer has improved its CQ 4K Engine and will introduce three new series, the L8400U, L9400U and L9450U models. However, the L9400U is its flagship TV coming in 65 and 58-inch sizes. Each offers 240Hz Full Array LED Panels and come in dual and quad-core versions for processing.
The flagship TV from the manufacturer is a LED UHD TV, the Life+ Screen AX800 series. Coming in two screen sizes, 58-inch and 65-inch, it sports HDMI 2.0 support, so can be fed 4K 60p content through one cable. Its 3840 x 2160 resolution is bolstered by Panasonic's Studio Master Color technology, which combines rich, accurate colour reproduction with a high-colour-space LED backlight.
LG also unveiled a 77-inch flexible OLED TV at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show on Monday. This particular TV will give Samsung a hard time with its competitor Samsung which has its own bendable TV just announced. The notable feature of this TV is that it lets users adjust the angle of a TV screen with a remote control. Which means that you can switch the viewing from a flat screen to a curved screen by simply pressing a single button on the remote.
The all-new P-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TVs come with advanced local dimming technology, featuring a backlight that consists of 64 Active LED Zones, HEVC Codec for Ultra HD streaming and VIZIO's V6 six-core processor that combines a quad-core GPU and dual-core CPU for unparalleled performance and maximum speed, VIZIO's P-Series has been engineered to deliver the full range of Ultra HD content consumers want. The VIZIO P-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV collection comes in 50 inch, 55-, 60-, 65- and 70 inches screen sizes.
RCA also unveiled a 65-inch version of its new series with 3,840 x 2,160 resolution screen. These smart TVs also include Android TV platform (formerly known as Google TV) which comes loaded with Search, Chrome and the PrimeTime guide, plus Miracast for screen mirroring. The LED-lit TVs will ship in 55-, 65- and 84-inch variants later this year.