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This is the biggest Ultra HDTV on the planet… and it costs $150,000

Samsung 100-inch UHDTV

The chalkboard is back. Samsung on Monday launched a new television that is without question the largest Ultra HDTV on the planet. Measuring a monstrous 110 inches diagonally — or just under 9.2 feet — the massive new Samsung 110S9 features the same design and resolution as Samsung’s 85-inch chalkboard TV. Those extra 25 diagonal inches come at a pretty hefty price, however; Samsung’s 85-inch Ultra HDTV launched at just under $40,000 but this new 110-inch model costs about $152,000. The beastly new TV is available only in China, the Middle East and Europe for the time being, and according to a report from The Associated Press, Samsung has already received 10 orders for the new 110S9 from the Middle East.

Zach Epstein

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