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Major product launches occurred across the television categories at the 2013 CES. In video displays, LG featured its touchscreen Ultra HD, Sony launched the first Ultra HD OLED display, Samsung featured its bendable OLED and Hisense launched its transparent 3DTV along with Samsungs Smart TVs with voice recognition. Hence let us take a look at best launches in the slideshow below:
Samsung 85-Inch 4K 'Floating' Television
The most innovative release from the world's leading tech manufacturer Samsung got unwrapped at Day 1 of CES 2013 constituting as the largest screen in home entertainment viewing with brilliant picture quality in ultra-HD resolution-- the 85 inch Samsung S9 UHD TV.
The monster features a "Timeless Gallery" frame and as per Samsung officials, the design is a result of the combination of minimal details with a large display. S9 comes complete with features to ensure the best picture quality possible regardless of video source. Samsung's proprietary up-scaling engine can up-convert HD or Full-HD to UHD-level picture quality by restoring detail information to create greater precision and real-life picture quality.
LG 55-inch OLED TV
LG Electronics USA made an announcement on January 7 that the company will be rolling out Organic Light Emitting Diode, otherwise known as OLED TV in the US by March. The WRGB OLED TV which is sized 55 inches hit the South Korean markets last week. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in South Korea by the beginning of February.
The TV is expected to be priced at $11,999 (Rs. 6,61,060 approx.)
Samsung Curved OLED TV
Samsung unveiled its new OLED TV at International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013. It is considered as the first curved OLED TV in the world. With this new innovation, Samsung confirms its significant part again in the history of home entertainment. Not much information about this product has been divulged yet. Even so, the official details can be expected soon. The company claims that the Curved OLED TV can display the content with ‘life-like' experience.
Panasonic's 56-inch 4K OLED TV
Panasonic Corp, in a display of technological one-up-manship with its South Korean rivals, unveiled a prototype of the world's largest OLED screen at CES 2013.
The half-inch thick, 56-inch television, based on organic light-emitting diode technology, is a mere inch bigger than ones offered up by Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics a year ago in Las Vegas. The technology in theory allows for thinner screens that consume less power.
Sony 56-Inch 4K OLED TV Prototype
Wowing the audience at CES 2013, Sony unveiled a 4K OLED TV at CES 2013. The prototype Ultra High-Definition display with 56 inches in size and crisp, vivid, and quite frankly, one of the most beautiful displays ever seen, with nary a pixel in sight.