The Samsung Q950TS represents part of the company’s latest and most concerted attempt to persuade the buying public that a massive – and massively overspecified – TV is not only reasonable, but actually quite a sensible proposition.
That’s a bit of a tough sell for two reasons. For one, 8K TVs are horribly expensive and, for another, there being next-to-no native content available. But Samsung does, at least, seem to be attempting to democratise this technology inasmuch as it seems to want to keep the price of its 8K TVs just the right side of ‘preposterous’.
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