Samsung's 110-inch Ultra HDTV
Samsung unveiled mammoth of a television (110 inches to be exact) back at last year's Consumer Electronics Show 2013. Since then it has been under wraps, but is scheduled to be let loose throughout China and the Middle East carrying an unbelievable 142k price tag early next week. To think a HDTV could get even bigger and more advanced than their earlier 85-inch model (priced at $40K) is incredible.
At 2.6 x 1.8 meters, the UHDTV will instantly turn any room it enters into a miniature theater or the most mind-boggling video game setup you may ever be able to witness first hand. While the TV is initially targeted to large companies and government agencies, it could be sitting right in your living room if you've got pockets deep enough to afford it. Additionally, Samsung has promised to present a new curved 105-inch model at this year's CES 2014 which begins early next week.
Samsung's New DDR4 Memory Chip
Samsung is not only increasing size in this TV platforms but also has unveiled a major development that can increase their mobile device memory. When they released their Galaxy Note 3, most people were blown away by the 3GB of RAM that was packed into the device. However, this will be likely surpassed in the near future thanks to the company's latest development.
The electronics giant has unveiled the first ever 8-gigabit (1GB) low-power DDR4 memory chip which has the potential to pack 4GB of RAM into a multi-layered, mobile-sized package. A bandwidth increase (now up to 3.1gbps) will result in a 50% speed boost (in comparison to DDR3 chips) and up to 40% less power needed by utilizing a new silicon-made material. Samsung plans to also use these new chips within their future UHDTVs, laptops, smartphones and tablets in the near future so stay tuned!
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