"Samsung shows 105-inch bendable LCD TV"
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Samsung shows 105-inch bendable LCD TV
Behind me you're looking at Samsung's prehaps craziest TV I've seen yet at CES.
This is the 105-inch bendable SUHD TV.
Samsung says it has all the benefits of the SUHD line that are available in smaller non-bendable sizes.
But on this guy you can actually press a button on the remote control and change it from flat to curved and back again.
Of course, with a TV this large, one of the advantages is if you wall hang this thing and you have it in curved mode, it can actually fake some people out if there's a large party and they walk along the side.
You just put it back into flat, and that's not a problem.
If you prefer to watch a flat TV or a curved TV with, depending on the source with you're watching.
For example, if your friends come over, they're all gathered around.
They can't see it as well cuz it's in curved mode.
You can flatten it out, and everybody gets the equal.
Or you can curve it when you're just that one guy in the middle in the sweet spot.
Plus the 105 inch TV, absolutely gigantic, and Samsung doesn't really want to name any pricing, but they are going to sell this thing in the second half of this year.
So this is a real product.
That's a look at the 105 inch, curved slash flat, flexible TV from Samsung.
I'm David Casner at CES2015.
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