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Huge thanks to Samsung for sponsoring this
video. So you might be thinking to yourself, all
TVs are the same. But that's not quite the case. Samsung has just released a modular micro
LED TV that's pretty incredible. I'm going to show you how it works. Let's get started..
So here's the thing with the new Samsung micro
LED TVs – they are completely modular and customizable. Size-free, ratio-free, bezel-free, and resolution-free. You can combine these little squares together
to make a TV as big or small as you want. You can see the TV behind me, it's a 1x8 panel
that's completely modular. Each of the little squares can disconnect
and be put somewhere else. Let's say you have a TV budget for this year. You can buy the panels, get a TV as big as
your budget allows, and then next year, if you have a larger budget, you can buy more
panels to make your TV even bigger and increase the resolution. Anywhere from 4K, 6.5K, 10K...as big as you
want, as much resolution as you want..
It's pretty interesting. Plus, with the modularity of this TV, you
know repairability is pretty important for me in my channel, if one panel happens to
break...let's say you're getting aggressive during a video game and someone throws a controller
at the screen and cracks it. You've seen the YouTube videos where people
do that. Instead of replacing the whole TV, you can
just replace the one particular panel. So I think this technology definitely has
a place in the world, and I'm excited to see where it's going. So how does it work? Magnets. Each of these modular squares has a back plate
which mounts directly into the wall. There's kind of like a master square that
controls all the squares around it. And each of the rear panels have two little
latches that pop up, there are little metal contact pads, and they clip into the panel
next to it...just like a little connector to get their information and signal from that
master square in the center. And because each of these little modular panels
have no bezels, you can stick them right next to each other and the seam disappears when
the content is displaying. Now this isn't on the market just yet, it's
just where the future is headed. I think modular micro LED TVs are the way
of the future, and the same technology that.
They're using in these modular blocks is used
in Samsung's massive TV, which I'll show you right now. The viewing angle on this thing is insane. Even when you're like right up close to it,
you still can't see the pixels inside of it, and you can still see the whole image. This is crazy! It can be a window to the outside world. You can watch your movies, and the internal
technology, the artificial intelligence, displays.
Whatever content scaled to the right dimensions
for your uniquely sized modular TV..
So with 8K TVs, obviously not everything is
8K content just yet. We're barely getting into the 4K realm. But with Samsung's TV that they're calling
“The Wall” because of how big it is, it has internal AI that can upscale high definition,
ultra high definition, 4K...it upscales it.
To 8K so it looks even better in real life. So this massive TV behind me is still the
same modular technology that we saw in the smaller TVs over there. This is what Samsung is calling The Wall TV
because it can literally take up an entire wall. So LED TVs are 100% light efficient. All of the light emitted from the LED shoots
directly out to your eyeball – the viewer – plus the micro LEDs use inorganic material,
which means there is no burn-in with this.
New technology. So you can have the same outside of your window
displaying for years with no burn-in on this TV. Samsung does have their high resolution 8KQ
LED technology up and running. It's not modular but it's still 8K. Super impressive. I'll leave the current pricing down in the
description if you're curious. So whether you're the type of person who likes
to go out and buy the latest stuff, or you just like knowing what's out there for the
future, 8K isn't something only in your imagination anymore, it's here, and it looks pretty darn
good. Would you rather have a modular TV built from
panels you organize yourself? Or do you prefer the large standard pre-built
TVs? I'm curious to see how the technology is going
to be utilized in the future. Thanks again to Samsung for sponsoring my
trip to CES this year. Let me know if you have any questions down
in the comments. Thanks a ton for watching, and I'll see you