Samsung 55 inch QLED Q900 8K TV – $ 2,497 / £ 1,951 from Dell (Approximately 3,428)
Now, if you want to move to 8K instead of waiting, Dell is offering a 29 percent discount on this 55-inch 8K Ultra HD TV from Samsung. It comes with HDR10 +, 8K AI upscaling, FreeSync technology and more.
8K is one of the most hyped technologies in the world of display and AV of late. The resolution, 16 times that of Full HD (1080p), promises to take the movie to a new level, especially when combined with other features like HDR10 +.
While businesses and users are still adjusting to 4K, a technology that was introduced nearly a decade ago, 8K is making the biggest strides in the entertainment industry. This explains why a total of an 8K monitor has been launched worldwide (the terrific 3 year old Dell UltraSharp 32 8K, also known as the UP3218K).
To be the only one in the market means he can (and does) ask a high premium; This is a $ 3999.99 monitor (down from $ 4999.99), which is still roughly 10 times the price of a non-8K monitor of this size. Compare that to that Samsung QN55Q900RBFXZA Not only is this the cheapest 8K TV out there, it’s also the cheapest 8K display.
This is a 54.6-inch screen that can display more than 33 million pixels and has a full-fledged 60W 4.2 Dolby compatible audio sound system and a host of other features. Note that in order to get the most out of this TV, you must have a compatible device.
For this you need a computer with a Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 The graphics card (which includes the must-have HDMI 2.1) is a much more elegant solution than introducing two DisplayPort cables on the back of the Dell.
Keep that in mind
- If you’ve managed to find a cheaper product with equivalent specifications that is in stock and brand new, let us know and we will give you our hat.