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Less is more for Samsung with the ‘world’s first’ 65″ 4K UHD video wall

Samsung's new display provides the same or better quality for video walls using less screens and is ideal for environments where extreme detail and image quality is key

Samsung has announced what it claims to be is the world’s first 65 inch 4K UHD video wall solution.

According to Samsung, the display’s new 65” UHD display offers “exceptional value” for bsuinesses looking at deploying large size video walls.

It adds that the new displays allow comapnies to use fewer screens when building viudeo walls, with the new 46 inch panels, providing the same quality (or bettered) with four panels, as nine 46” panels.

“Not only does it improve the viewing experience and design aesthetics but also the upfront investment, making the solution even more attractive,” the company wrote.

Offering 8.3 million pixels per display, Samsung said the display is an ideal set-up for the up-close monitoring by surveillance workers, as well as other workplaces such as emergency operations and traffic management centers and for work that requires extreme detail, such as medical imaging.

“UHD displays enhance operators’ ability to monitor finely-detailed visuals. This translates into productivity gains for businesses that invest in a UHD video wall solution,” it added.

“In the past, many video wall users have had to compromise either on durability (by picking 4K TV panels) or on performance (by picking low-resolution video wall panels). With Samsung’s 65” UHD, you no longer have to compromise—get the best in class performance and exceptional reliability today.”

Samsung listed the new display’s top three benefits as:

1. UHD resolution

UHD has 3,840 x 2,160 (8.3 million) pixels. In comparison, FHD has just 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (2.1 million). The more pixels there are, the sharper the images displayed are—UHD offers four times the resolution of FHD.

This enhanced resolution leads to much greater image clarity. With UHD, images can be displayed on larger screens without degradation.

On a UHD display, the pictures shown are crisper, sharper and more immersive than FHD. The higher pixel density in UHD reduces the visibility of the pixel structure and increase image depth, improving the overall realism and quality of images.

2. Fewer bezels, more picture

A common concern when constructing multi-monitor video walls is how bezels will affect images. While we need bezels to provide the support for the individual panels, the effect of a video wall can be ruined if continuous images are disrupted by large bezels.

Samsung’s 65” UHD 2×2 video wall allows you to use larger format display displays to create an unhindered viewing experienced with minimal bezel and enhanced picture quality. This display has just 2 lines of bezel—1 horizontal and 1 vertical. In contrast, a 46” FHD 3×3 has 4 lines of bezel (2 horizontal and 2 vertical), disrupting the image.

Choosing a large-scale display that uses fewer panels and utilizes ultra-narrow bezels will provide an uninterrupted viewing experience. If minimal bezels and best-in-class picture quality are important to you, then 65” UHD display is the right choice for you.

3. Easy installations

The reduction of panels significantly improves the ease of installation. Using fewer monitors requires only four brackets, whereas the 46” FHD would need nine of these. This also reduces the number of other components, such as cables.

Using fewer panels also makes calibration easier and improves color uniformity. With fewer parts, installation is simpler, more efficient and more consistent.

Article courtesy of Samsung PID