Samsung unveils "The Wall", a 219-inch television

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Whether you're a die-hard follower of the National Basketball Association, or you're locked into the National Football League year after year, chances are high you spend way too much time in front of your television.

"Resolution is based on how many little pixels or dots are on the screen".

That's a lot of numbers, what does it all mean?

Is this really "the world's most cinematic TV"?

"As consumers are buying bigger and bigger TVs, they're not moving their couches back so they're sitting closer and closer to the TV", the expert said. Can you imagine that?

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Anyone who brags about having a 65 inch TV needs to sit down and be humble after Samsung's announcement of "The Wall".

What else? The rollable OLED television from LG has been turning (lifting?) heads with its stylish unfurling motion and innovative design - even if the OLED panel itself doesn't surpass the other sets in LG's range. Called the LG Signature OLED TV R, the TV is expected to go on sale later this year.

Credit card thin, the TV rolls up from a box when you want to watch something.

None of these TVs are available yet. No price has been given for this new 98-inch model.

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