In this year’s CES, we saw a lot of effort in the TV and display technology with almost all of the global brands are showing off OLED TVs, Curved TV and 4K TVs in much smaller sizes, like 32 or 28 inches.
Samsung and LG have their own Ultra HD (4K) TVs up in the floor with sizes of up to 105-inches.
But they are not the only ones we’ve seen flaunting curved displays. Even Chinese manufacturers such as TCL and Changchong also have curved TVs.
This means that the curved display technology is not really that exclusive to the big brands.
And “curve” isn’t the only one getting the spotlight this year. There’s also OLED.
HiSense, TCL, Skyworth all have their own 55-inch OLED HD TV.
Toshiba has an extra wide, ultra HD 5K TV on display in their booth too.
Panasonic also have an 85-inch 8K LED TV as well.
Perhaps, the only 3D TV we saw that was getting some attention was the Glass Free 3D UHD TV from HiSense.
We hope these don’t become fads the way 3D turned out to be. We’re pretty sure 4K is here to stay and will be a standard the way 1080p did. So is OLED but we’re not sure about the curved ones.