Samsung's 98-inch 8K TV is $50,000 off right now, down from $100,000
If you've got a spare $50K laying around then you might want to take a gander at Samsung's gigantic and life-changing and living room changing and everything changing 98-inch 8K TV for $50,000 -- down from its original prrice of $100,000.
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Yeah, a $50,000 discount on Samsung's 98-inch Q900 HDR 8K QLED TV and its regular price of $100,000 right now on B&H. Samsung has one of the biggest and best TVs on the market with its 98-inch Q900 HDR 8K QLED TV, so imagine what it would be like plugged into a grunty gaming PC.
I think it would be blasphemy to hook up an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 to it, but I guess if you had the money for this TV then a handful of Benjamins for a next-gen console is nothing.
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LG's futuristic rollable TV has arrived. The LG Signature OLED R TV is now available in the US for $100,000 -- costing roughly 50 times more than your average 4K OLED TV.
But this isn't your average TV. It has a thin, flexible 65-inch OLED screen. The "wow factor" is the TV's ability to roll down into its housing unit when you're not watching a movie or playing a video game in 4K. It also comes with a sound system with Dolby Atmos and Sound Pro, and has Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in for voice control.
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The TV has three viewing modes: LG calls them "full view," "zero view" and "line view." In full view, the TV is completely unrolled from the base. In zero view, it's wrapped back up, letting you take advantage of just the Dolby Atmos speaker. In line view, part of the TV is unrolled, roughly a quarter of the screen. This unrolled section could show a clock, the weather or photos.
Last year, the TV became available in South Korea for a slightly lower, but still steep, price of $87,000. The LG Signature OLED R TV is available to buy on LG's website starting Friday.
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The Most Expensive 8K TV (Samsung Q900 98” HDR) Is Now On Sale For $50,000 Off!
This might be the most mega price reduction ever offered by a consumer electronics company, especially regarding its flagship product. The Samsung Q900 98″ Class HDR 8K UHD QLED TV is now on sale for $50,000 off. The original price was $100,000. Does it worth it?
The Samsung Q900 98” HDR 8K TV was introduced in late 2018 and shipped in 2019, which means it’s a 2019 model. This TV has a 97.5″ Quantum Dot LED-backlit LCD panel and incorporates Motion Rate 240 technology to digitally enhance fast-moving images to reduce blur. It is compatible with the HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG HDR formats to provide a wider color gamut with compatible content and other equipment for more vivid images.
8K AI Upscaling
With intelligent upscaling developed through AI, QLED 8K up-converts the content to 8K resolution for augmented detail, sharpened definition, and reduced noise. The QLED 8K with Quantum Processor 8K creates a truly adaptive experience. Samsung claims that the adaptive brightness, sound, or volume optimizes itself scene by scene, for any viewing condition. Furthermore, the product owns a few cool features, for instance, an ambient mode that recreates decorative patterns in the living-room. For more details, watch the product video below:
This mega-deal was spotted on the B&H website. Personally, I don’t remember this kind of discount on a consumer product which is pretty unusual. The original-initial price of this TV was $100,000. Now it’s $50,000. Watch the screenshot below from the B&H website.
Well, even after this solid price reduction (-$50,000), the Samsung 98” 8K HDR TV is still an overpriced product, especially when the alternatives are much more affordable. For instance, the Samsung Q900TS 85″ Class HDR 8K UHD Smart QLED TV costs below $10,000, as well as Sony’s great options for big-screen 8K HDR viewing (Z8H 85” for instance). Thus, be prepared for another price reduction for this beast.
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Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled a TV so massive it was simply dubbed The Wall. Now, the tech giant is making that model’s advanced technology more widely available in a (slightly) smaller package.
Measuring a mammoth 110 inches, the newly-announced flatscreen may not be quite as large as the 292-inch The Wall, but still blows most home televisions out of the water in sheer scale alone. Its slender profile will house a MicroLED screen that occupies 99.9 percent of the surface, practically eliminating any border or bezel. Combine that with the brand’s Majestic Sound System that delivers 5.1 channel sound and it may deliver a memorable home theater experience.
“The 110’’ MicroLED uses micrometer-sized LED lights to eliminate the backlight and color filters utilized in conventional displays,” said Samsung in a press release. “Instead, it is self-illuminating—producing light and color from its own pixel structures. It expresses 100 percent of the DCI and Adobe RGB color gamut, and accurately delivers wide color gamut images taken with high-end DSLR cameras.”
The massive screen measures 110 inches and has 4K picture quality. Samsung
While OLEDs have been much-lauded as of late, they still have drawbacks, like their longevity. However, because MicroLEDs are inorganic, they have greater durability and avoid any burn-in that can happen with older OLEDs. Samsung believes the picture of this new mega screen will be viable for about 100,000 hours—about a decade of regular use.
The Wall is formed with modular technology that allowed this kind of MicroLED system to be expanded to just about any size. This model will have a more conventional build in comparison, so its parameters are more limited, but it still creates the kind of premium viewing experience of its predecessor.
The 110-inch TV is currently available for pre-order in Korea with a global rollout expected for sometime in the first quarter of 2021. Samsung hasn’t yet revealed a price, but the Korean models are shipping for around $156,000. We’ll start saving our pennies now.
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$100,000 Samsung 98″ QLED 8K TV Goes On Sale In OZ
24 hours after LG revealed a $60,000 8K OLED TV, Samsung has rolled out Australia’s first $100,000 TV, though I do think you could hassle them for a discount.
The 98-inch QLED 8K TV is set to be launched at Harvey Norman’s Bundall Store on the Gold Coast today.
“As the pinnacle of our TV range, the 98-inch QLED 8K is the ultimate in home entertainment. This TV delivers levels of immersion and picture quality the likes of which Australians have rarely seen,” said Jeremy Senior, Head of Consumer Electronics at Samsung Australia.
As one wag said, “It should do for the money”.
Samsung claims that their new QLED 8K offering uses the power of machine learning to analyse and upscale low-resolution content to 8K, while also allowing for playback of native 8K content.
Whether watching content through a streaming service, set-top box, HDMI, USB or even mobile mirroring, Samsung’s proprietary AI technology can recognise and upscale content, regardless of the native resolution, to pristine 8K resolution the Company claims.
According to Senior, QLED 8K is challenging people’s perceptions of what is possible with TV technology: “This is a TV like no other. The clarity is breath taking and it is something that needs to be experienced in person. We encourage Australians to head in-store to see Samsung’s latest innovation in TV technology.”
The new offering is the largest TV available in Australia.
The 98-inch QLED 8K is available now for $99,999 and is available nationally through selected retailers. For more information on the panel or Samsung’s QLED 8K and 4K range visit the Samsung Electronics Australia website.
The Verge would greatly appreciate it if you bought a certain Samsung TV today. We make some of our money from affiliate revenue, and Black Friday in particular helps pay some of the bills! And today only, this particular TV is fifty thousand dollars off. That should make it easy for you, right?
You think it’s a typo? Some pricing error, maybe a scam where you’ll owe the full amount when all’s said and done? Nope! It’s just that the 98-inch Q900 normally costs$100,000, and Samsung is making it a win-win for everyone (particularly us!) by offering it half-off.
Wait, you’re telling me you don’t have $50,000 for a new TV? How are you going to afford a 98-inch 8K television with that kind of thinking? You can’t, of course: at the bargain price of $50,000, Samsung has finally undercut Sony’s rival 98-inch 8K TV, which costs $60,000. If you want to cover more of your wall in beautiful pixels than your neighbors, you’re going to have to step up!
OK, OK, I get it, you want something more your speed. We’re not all made of money! 88 inches will have to do, yes. You get your LG OLED screen, 8K resolution, just $29,996.99. Did I mention you can clip a $1,500 coupon and present it at checkout? In our experience, that’s definitely what people do when they buy $30,000 TV sets.
Now, in all seriousness: here are the best Black Friday deals we’ve actually found on TVs.
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Incredible savings! This $100,000 8K TV is half-off
Like all normal millionaire PC gamers, 1920x1080 resolutions make me want to puke. I simply demand an impossibly expensive 8K screen that can display no less than 16 times that: 7680x4320 is the new bar, set elegantly by this 98-inch Samsung TV.
Finally, a television for the everyman, the Samsung Q900. For the low, low price of $49,997.99, you get a remote control, eight capitalized Ks, and Wi-Fi support, among other key features.
If you've ever wanted to not only study the pores on your local news person's face but also build a home inside each and every one of them, then rent them out to the lower class and slowly squeeze them with incremental rent increases over the years, meanwhile lobbying for looser housing laws to increase profit margins so you can buy more pointless, effectively DOA futuretech, then this is the TV for you.
While I appreciate the $50,000 saved, I do feel as though spending the full $100,000 on a state-of-the-art television is kind of the point. Even so, I'm grateful for the opportunity to spend that extra $50,000 on a couple shell companies and the requisite 8K TV accessories, such as a gold-plated HDMI cable (ribbed with genuine dolphin vertebrae!) and a film studio for producing 8K video content.
There is very little of it, and I grow tired of watching upscaled versions of You've Got Mail and Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me on DVD. Yes I still watch DVDs, the medium for digital video. I'm sorry, what is Netflix? Chaz? Pencil in 'Google Netflix' after my lunch with the Illuminati.
Samsung Q900 | 98-inch | OLED | 8K | $49,997.99 at B&HPhoto (save $50,000)
A television for super villains and dads in way over their heads, the Samsung Q900 is a great TV for anyone born in the year 2050. AI-upscaling can't make up for the dearth of 8K content out there, just like the size of your television can't make up for the lack at the center of being. It'll look great on the far dungeon wall!View Deal
I'm disappointed that it doesn't come with a certificate signed by your local public schoolteachers simply asking, "Why?" And despite my assistant's assistant's calls to Samsung's Platinum Tier customer service line, we cannot confirm whether or not the screen is deliverable by yacht.
I was also surprised to hear that the diamonds advertised in the display image are not only not diamonds, but chunks of weird ice that do not come with the television. Harumph! I suppose we'll have to settle for now, fellow relatable and equally wealthy PC gamers.
Editor's note: Not sure what happened with James here. If you want a reasonably affordable TV, we've got this one below which he's calling 'a grotty moving picture box for the proles' .
Vizio UHD SmartCast TV | 55-inch | OLED | $899 at Best Buy (save $400)
Want an OLED TV? Of course you do, and now Vizio has slashed the price of its 55-inch SmartCast screen there is now one that's more within reach than we've seen. With $400 off the list price this OLED TV has been designed with gaming in mind with its new ProGaming Engine.View Deal
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