Samsung Electronics showcased the world’s largest plasma display panel (PDP) TV, measuring 102″, the world’s largest TFT-LCD TV, measuring 82″, and the world’s largest OLED display, measuring 40″, at the company’s 2005 Global Road Show in New York.
Designed to provide the ultimate home theater experience, the LCD and PDP products offer unrivalled functionality, with the highest quality display and picture resolution. “The 102″ PDP TV and the 82″ TFT-LCD TV are a perfect combination of screen size and picture resolution,” said Shin Sang-Heung, vice president of the Visual Display Division at Samsung Electronics.
With its progressive scanning capability, the 102″ PDP TV offers smooth video playback with a contrast ratio of 2000:1. The Digital Natural Image engine technology enables 68.7 billion displayable colors and a brightness ratio of 1000 cd/m
The 82″ TFT-LCD TV features a sharp image, higher resolution and reduced power consumption. With less than 8 ms response time, smooth playback of even the most action-packed visual contents is assured. And with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio, Samsung’s LCD TV supports 1080 progressive scanning, the highest possible HDTV resolution, offering twice the picture quality of a 1080 interlaced display. The resulting image has a brightness of 500 cd/m
Samsung is the first to develop the single-sheet, 40-inch active matrix (AM) OLED (organic light-emitting diode) for emissive flat panel TV applications. The high-definition-compatible OLED prototype has a wide screen pixel format of 1280×800 (WXGA) driven by an amorphous silicon (a-Si) AM backplane to permit faster video response times with low power consumption. The new prototype offers a maximum screen brightness of 600 cd/m