Samsung will unveil its latest high-end displays at the upcoming ISE 2020 trade show to be held tomorrow, February 14. Among the various solutions, between 8K screens and interactive whiteboards, the Wall for Business stands out (it must be said).
Korean society has pulverized every previous record by announcing that it has put on the market the largest display of its Wall for Business range: Samsung Wall is a monster measuring 583 inches.
From the company's press release: Samsung is expanding its range for The Wall with The Wall for Business. The latest iteration applies an industry-leading visual experience to a wide variety of commercial applications. From control rooms to transmission centers, hotel lobbies, design centers and more. Wall for Business offers a wide range of configurable and customizable sizes and ratios from the 4 and 219 inch 292K versions, up to the 8 and 437 inch 583K versions, the largest ever unveiled.
The Wall for Business will be available globally starting from the next ISE 2020, therefore from mid-February 2020.
Samsung Wall: the possible applications? Infinite
Let's start with an easy consideration / forecast. The Samsung Wall is not a product, but the result of a paradigm. What will lead our houses to have entire walls (or maybe all) completely covered with video. Maybe even the floors, as I have already shown in other articles. It will soon become obsolete to speak of "inches" for screens of this type, because they will be sold "by the meter", as is done today for wallpaper.
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Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.