TVs have evolved from bulky, grayscale boxes to sleek 8k resolution flat screens with OLED technology.
Despite impressive current TV capabilities, CES 2024 reveals a continued push for innovation.
Both LG and Samsung introduced transparent screens, with LG's 77-inch wireless TV set for release later this year.
Samsung's micro-LED prototype boasts a frameless design and transparent glass panel for a disappearing effect.
The use case for transparent TVs remains unclear, emphasizing aesthetics and possibilities for homes and businesses.
James Fishler of Samsung sees the TV as more than a screen, envisioning it as a smart hub with endless potential.
C SEED unveiled the N1 TV, a foldable 165-inch screen that unfolds like an accordion, resembling a sculpture when folded.
The C SEED N1 TV, with sizes ranging from 137 to 103 inches, targets private luxury homes, commercial spaces, and super yachts.
Despite varied approaches, with LG and Samsung concealing TVs and C SEED spotlighting them, CES reflects ongoing TV innovation.
CES 2024 showcases tech giants competing to outshine each other, adding a new chapter to the evolution of TVs.
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