All In All
MicroLED is a technology that shrinks traditional LEDs to a smaller size, and gives them the ability to produce their own light. Think OLED, but take out the organic part. MicroLED doesn’t require a discrete backlight, and there’s no need for LCD shutters. In turn, this creates a brighter, more contrast-rich television that can turn pixels off individually. This has brought us the next level of cool from Samsung… The Wall.
The Wall is an all encompassing 146-inch modular MicroLED TV that, thanks to its sheer size and gorgeous self-emitting pixels, commands attention. It can transform into any size, and deliver an incredible brightness, color gamut, color volume and black levels. Get excited about this it is the next step along roadmap to the future of screen technology.
Whats a MicroLED Again?
The MicroLED technology featured in The Wall eliminates the need for color filters or backlight, yet allows the screen to offer consumers the ultimate viewing experience. Also, the MicroLED screen excels in durability and effectiveness, including luminous efficiency, the light source lifetime and power consumption, setting the standard for future screen technology.MicroLED uses an array of millions of individual, tiny LEDs to create the image. It’s very similar to the technology used in scoreboards and jumbo screens, but scaled for home use. A big, expensive home. Samsung says the 146-inch size was chosen to comply with the standard ceiling height. While 146 is the talked about size, this MicroLED tech let’s you adjust the screen size to any size with no quality loss, distortion or color change.
The name says it all and there is no other way to describe this, the future of TV… all in all it’s just another tv on …The Wall.
When Can we expect this?
Samsung says we are still years away, their next step is a 2-5 year plan for a 75 inch MicroLED set. They say this can be manufactured in a size and quantity to actually compete against OLED in the mainstream market. I guess I’ll just keep waiting and saving..I’m guessing a 10k price tag for the Wall.