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Samsung’s $150,000 Micro-LED TV is 110-Inches of Entertainment Insanity

As the desire for premium home entertainment ascends into the stratosphere, Samsung has given TV junkies are a taste of its 2022 range. Unveiling all-new MicroLED, Neo QLED and Lifestyle TV’s at the CES 2022 event, the brand promises next-generation picture and sound quality, more screen size options, customisable accessories and an upgraded interface.

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2022 MicroLED Samsung TV

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2022 MicroLED TV

Headlining the show was Samsung’s new MICRO LED TV, which aims to offer the best viewing experience money can buy. Equipped with 25 million micrometre-sized LEDs that individually produce light and colour, the screen creates an immersive experience through incredible depth, colours and improved clarity and contrast. Additionally, each 2022 model supports 20-bit greyscale that improves brightness and colour levels, delivering a high-quality HDR experience. The company claims the sets express 100% of DCI and Adobe RGB colour gamut, resulting in the most lifelike colours to date.

The new MicroLED TVs supports up to four HDMI port connections that allow users to split the display screen into four content inputs simultaneously. Doubling up as a frame, ‘Art Mode’ also allows consumers to turn their room into a gallery that displays their favourite artwork or digital photography.  The design maximises efficiency, encompassing a 99% screen to body ratio and Dolby Atmos Sound speakers that are in-built on all four sides.

The MicroLED TVs have always been sleek, yet impractical sizing and high prices have kept them from going mainstream. For example, the 110″ retails for around USD$150,000, which is not exactly approachable for ballers on a budget. Yet, Samsung has made efforts to make their 2022 range more approachable with a 101″ and 89″ options, making them more living room-friendly.

2022 Samsung Neo QLED

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2022 Neo QLED TV

The 2022 Neo QLED promises big advancements in picture quality and sound thanks to the Neo Quantum Processor. This year’s processor introduces advanced contrast mapping with BLU (black-light unit) which increases the brightness level from 12 to 14-bit gradation for greater control of the Quantum Mini LEDs. This results in greater control of the light source across 16,384 steps, four times higher than the previous 4,096 steps.

Samsung puts its HDR on full display with new Shape Adaptive Technology that utilises the Neo Quantum Processor to enhance the brightness and accuracy on screen. Also, the 2022 model features Real Depth Enhancer that gives a greater sense of realism to an object in contrast to its background.

The 2022 Neo QLED now comes equipped with EyeComfort mode that will alter brightness and tone depending on the time of viewing. As the ambient light changes, the screen will reduce the amount of light and produce warmer tones. This creates are more enjoyable viewing experience at night by reducing the blue light, which can improve sleep.

Building on the previously launched Object Tracking Sound (OTS) which tracks moving objects on the screen, the Neo QLEd’s will feature OTS Pro. This incorporates up-firing speakers to create overhead surround sound using the renowned Dolby Atmos system.

2022 Lifestyle TVs Samsung

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2022 Lifestyle TV’s

Blending artful design with technology, Samsung’s Lifestyle screens claim to offer an elevated experience in 2022. Whether you pick up The Frame, The Sero or The Serif model, the new Matte Display with anti-glare, anti-reflection and anti-fingerprint properties has been applied to all, providing the most realistic art-viewing experience outside of a museum. The new Matte Display on the 2022 Lifestyle screens has received three verifications from Underwriter Laboratories for being ‘Reflection Glare Free’, Discomfort Glare Free’ and ‘Disability Glare Free’.

2022 Samsung Gaming Hub

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New Smart Hub and Apps

Each of Samsung’s 2022 Smart TVs come with the new Smart Hub that allows users to curate and discover content more efficiently. The brand says the Smart Hub’s sidebar will make for a seamless transition between categories like Media, Gaming and Ambient.

The Gaming Hub: Samsung has partnered with industry giants like NVIDIA Ge Force Now, Stadia and Utomik to provide an extensive library of games.
NFT Platform: Through an integrated platform, this feature allows for users to discover, purchase and trade digital artwork.
Smart Calibration: Consumers will be able to optimise and fine-tune picture quality seconds via a quick and easy ‘Basic’ or slightly longer ‘Professional’ mode.

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