Samsung shows off its F9000 Ultra HD range, with 55-inch and 65-inch models available.
The F9000 series includes 55-inch and 65-inch 4K (UHD)-resolution televisions, selling for $5,500 and $7,500 respectively.
Samsung's 55- and 65-inch F9000 TVs will set you back £4,000 and £6,000 respectively, appearing in rich people's homes later this month.
Despite excellent all-around picture quality, the Samsung UNF9000 4K TV offers almost no improvement over cheaper 1080p TVs that cost much less.
Samsung's ultra high-def tellies have just become slightly more affordable. Slightly.
Samsung has a bunch of 4K TVs at CES 2014, and most of them include curvature, wacky easel stands, and/or sizes and prices far beyond the grasp of mortal man. The UNHU8500 series is the mainstream antidote, and it has our favorite picture-enhancing LED LCD feature.
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The 85-inch member of this billionaire-level TV series has been out for awhile, and we know most of the details already: $40,000 price tag, 4K resolution, crazy easel-type stand, Now the 110-inch size is official, and it costs $150,000.
The BBC and Sky are teaming up to promote 4K ultra high definition television with a 'UHD ready' sticker.
Moving beyond mere curved OLED TVs, Samsung throws a curve into its 2014 LED-based models too. The high-end HU9000 series is the company's best curvy 4K TV announced at CES.
Currys and PC World are selling eye-melting Samsung 4K ultra high definition televisions from tomorrow.