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Samsung Unveils World’s First Transparent Micro-LED Display at CES 2024

Samsung dazzled audiences at CES 2024 in Las Vegas, unveiling the world’s first transparent micro-LED display during its First Look event. Not just one, but three designs were showcased, featuring tinted glass panels to enhance the frameless illusion. One variant stood out, boasting complete transparency with no visible frame.

Samsung Unveils World's First Transparent Micro-LED Display at CES 2024
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Engadget first reported on these innovations, highlighting the distinctive features of each design. The freestanding demo units, with a slim width of about a centimeter, created the impression of a floating screen, accentuated by the micro-LED’s high pixel density that delivered incredibly sharp images.

During the CES reveal, Samsung showcased the technology’s resistance to ambient light, outperforming transparent OLED panels in brightness. Despite the mesmerizing effect described by TechRadar‘s US Editor in Chief and Endgadget, the practicality of owning one is questionable given Samsung’s history of high prices.

While Samsung has yet to release official pricing, considering the hefty cost of their non-transparent micro-LEDs, patience may be required before this cutting-edge tech becomes accessible to the majority.

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