Samsung unveils massive 219-inch TV called ‘The Wall’Posted: Updated:
If you're like many Americans, you probably wouldn't mind having a bigger TV.
The TV is called "the wall." It uses a technology called micro LED -- which creates a brighter image using less energy than current televisions.
For those of you who think a screen like this is better suited to a stadium than a living room, a 75 inch modular version is also coming out.
You can either watch that by itself or buy additional screens to snap together and make a bigger one.
Sony, TCL, and Hi-sense are also showing TV's 75 inches and larger at the show.
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