Do you remember how you felt when you replaced your heavy tube television with a flat screen?
Yep, 219-inches or 556 cms or 5.56 metres.
Flat screen, LED, HD, Super HD, LMNOP, you name it ...
CES is a big TV show.
My husband and I were shopping and saw an 80-inch for just under $2,000. But what happens when we feel the 80-inch isn't big enough?
The CES Technology Show, where the latest in tech, gadgets and gizmos is unveiled at the start of every year, always brings a few cool surprises every year. That is, if you can find 18 feet of wall space to hang this mammoth...
Think of it this way: you'll never have to buy another television set for as long as you live.
Using new technology that uses less energy that televisions that are now in use, "The Wall" is actually made up of modules that allows owners to configure the set however they choose. However, the company was able to shrink the TV down to a "more home-friendly" 75-inch, modular version.
To read all about the 75-inch, whathifi.com has all the goods.