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Samsung 88-inch QLED Display Is Ridiculously Large

 |  |  |  |  September 8, 2017


Back when I was a kid, a 27-inch TV was considered HUGE. Boy, have things changed. These days, anything less than 55 inches is considered a “small” TV screen. I’ve got a 70-inch display in my living room now, and that’s big enough for me, but for some people bigger is always better. I suppose if I had a larger room (and deeper pockets) I’d go for the 88-inch diagonal Samsung Q9F QLED TV.

To put things in perspective, this enormous TV is larger than FOUR 43-inch TV sets combined, and at about 6-1/2 feet wide, it’s way bigger than average human if they laid down next to it.

These sets are mighty impressive in the technical department too, with full 4K resolution, HDR, vibrant color reproduction, and outstanding contrast thanks to full-array local dimming. The only thing holding me back is the price tag. The current top-of-the-line model, the Samsung QN88Q9FAMFXZA, will set you back $19,997.99(USD) over on Amazon right now.

Fortunately, you can get into an 82″ Samsung 4K display for just about $3,800, so the way I figure it, I could buy four of those and join them together for a massive display, and still have a little cash left over.



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