Samsung unveils Retina Macbook beating Ultrabook display, new UHD TVs
Samsung has announced plans for a brand new super-high-resolution 13.3-inch display for Ultrabooks. The screen, which boasts a 3200 x 1800 resolution panel, beats even the Chromebook Pixel for pixel density.
The 3200 x 1800 makes the 15-inch Retina Macbook Pro, with its 2880 x 1800 display, look positively soft. It is an absurd number of pixels on a 13-inch screen and should look absolutely stunning on the first Ultrabook it turns up in.
Along with the super-high-resolution panel, Samsung has also revealed its plans for Ultra High Definition TVs. A pair of 55 and 65-inch sets have been unveiled, both of which will be added to the S-Series line up of UDH TVs. Whether or not they will be released in the UK remains to be seen, with the sets remaining in Korea for the time being.
No pricing has been announced for the smaller 55 and 65-inch sets. They sit below the $40,000 85-inch S9, so expect them to at least save you a bit of cash. The new TVs should also support the Evolution Kit, announced at CES, which allows the processing and other television tech to be upgraded.