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Samsung’s 2021 The Wall launches in Australia


Making a bold statement. Taking LED Display to the next level, showcasing content like you never seen before.

 

SYDNEY, Australia – September 08, 2021 – Samsung Electronics has today announced the local availability of the 2021 model of its boundary-pushing LED modular display, The Wall. The Wall is a statement LED solution that can provide businesses with the opportunity to captivate audiences with stunning lifelike displays. With the new AI processing technology, upgraded 120Hz frame rates, and versatile installation options, this year’s The Wall once again reimagines display technology to give businesses boundless flexibility to showcase content.

 

Spectacular picture quality and detail

 

The Wall’s Black Seal Technology blankets the screen with incredible uniformity, creating a seamless canvas for purer black levels with enhanced depth, delivering amazing contrast and immaculate detail. With 1,600 nits peak brightness, The Wall provides clear images that stand out even in bright room environments. Colours leap to life with Ultra Chroma technology that is designed to produce narrower wavelengths to create RGB colours.

 

The 2021 model offers The Wall’s most detailed picture quality featuring 8K resolution, with a 120Hz refresh rate and Simple 8K playback with just one Snowbox. The Wall can be configured horizontally for up to 16K resolution with a 15,360 x 2,160-pixel arrangement. Its massive screen measures over 1,000 inches, creates a completely expansive canvas for showcasing content.

 

Enrich every image, every experience

 

The Wall comes with built-in Micro HDR and Micro Motion advanced picture refinement, featuring 20-bit processing that presents a smooth viewing experience and colour mapping with stunning accuracy - suitable across different commercial environments. The Wall also includes four picture-by-picture screens (PBP), allowing for four different content sources, all of which can be displayed simultaneously in 4K resolution. The 4-PBP function can be used for business purposes where multi-screens are needed.

 

“The Wall continues to drive innovation across the LED category. It’s the latest in big-screen technology and the future of display. Samsung continues to leverage its expertise in the professional display industry to remain at the forefront of innovation. The enhancements to The Wall are a stunning example of our commitment to the future of the industry,” said Philip Gaut, Senior Director of Display and Memory Solutions at Samsung Australia.

 

“The Wall is a unique technology that delivers a stunning picture, and will be offered in customisable formats. The Wall propels LED display technology into new realms of possibility by providing businesses with the opportunity to visually enhance, and completely transform spaces, such as lobbies, boardrooms, and showrooms.”

 

Intelligent upscaling

 

With the new AI processing technology, upgraded 120Hz frame rates, and versatile installation options, this year’s The Wall once again reimagines display technology to give businesses boundless flexibility to showcase content.

 

A new Micro AI Processor is designed to instantly analyse and optimise every frame of the video to deliver the best picture quality possible. By using up to 16 different neural network models, each trained in AI upscaling and deep learning technology, the Micro AI Processor can optimise picture quality up to 8K resolution, helping to improve contrast and reducing noise.

 

Seamless design, endless possibilities

 

This year’s model is easier to install thanks to new wireless docking connections and a bezel-less design, resulting in a cabinet depth half as deep as the previous model. With modular technology, the 2021 The Wall can be installed in a variety of positions, including concave, convex, ceiling, hanging, inclined and L-type. In addition, users only need to adjust once per cabinet with Factory Seam Adjustment, eliminating module-by-module adjustment and saving time.

 

All of The Wall’s features are delivered with safety top of mind. TÜV Rheinland awarded its Eye Comfort Certification for minimised blue light emission, while its EMC Class B certification minimises electromagnetic waves for safe installation in homes.

 

“The possibilities are endless. And its potential is limitless. The Wall makes a bold and breathtaking statement like no other.” said Philip Gaut, Senior Director of Display and Memory Solutions at Samsung Australia.

 

Samsung’s 2021 The Wall is now available in Australia. For more information, please visit: https://samsung.com/au/business/smart-led-signage/led-signage-the-wall/lh016iwamwsxu/  

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