ISE 2019 rétrospective

Les nouveautés qui nous ont marqués

Samsung’s 292in 8K The Wall display

At CES 2018, Samsung introduced The Wall, a 146-inch display that can transform to any size thanks to its modular architecture, and features a self-emissive pixel technology the company is calling MicroLED. This year, The Wall concept – designed primarily for luxury residences and business purposes (although there is a consumer-friendly version) – expanded further with a 219in version. And at ISE, the Korean company said it will globally launch a 292in version of the customisable, bezel-free screen in 8K in the first half of this year. We'll take two.

Epson projectors with interchangeable lenses

Visitors to Epson’s stand would’ve encountered an AV assault, with the #EpsonVortex experience showcasing 16 double-stacked laser projectors and a custom 4D multi-channel audio soundtrack. As for product announcements, Epson wasn’t short of them, the most headline-grabbing of which was a pro projector capable of 30,000-lumens (That. Is. Bright). It also revealed that a new range of 4K 3LCD laser installation projectors, the EB-L1075U, EB-L1070U and EB-L1050U, which support interchangeable lenses, would be available in September. Each projector is available as ‘body only, giving the user an option of 12 interchangeable Epson lenses, covering short to long throw projection.

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