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Samsung shows bendable UHDTV at CES 2014!
January 7, 2014, 5:31 pm
There is something about Korean manufacturers and curves, as it seems, since after the recent appearance of the first curved smartphones, Samsung has now showed a bendable TV-set at CES 2014!
Samsungs new wonder of a flat panel, is an UHDTV which will actually bend at the mere press of a button! But the new UHDTV is not bent per se, so if you`d rather have a flat screen, Samsung`s TV-set can be flat too!
The impressive looking wonder-TV has no price tag at the moment, and we expect it to be priced over the roof actually, but it has turned a lot of heads at the CES 2014 for sure.
Samsung certainly believes the future is bendable on most things with a screen, but actually having a TV-set that can bend itself at the flick of a button at this point is, well, rather futuristic, at the very least!