Attention Sports Fans! A 219-Inch TV Nicknamed “The Wall” Has Arrived AP Photo/Jae C. Hong
AP Photo/Jae C. Hong

Whether you’re a die-hard follower of the National Basketball Association, or you’re locked into the National Football League year after year, chances are high you spend way too much time in front of your television. Now, the ultimate game-watching platform has arrived, and it’s going to blow you away.

At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung rolled out the latest and greatest television to ever hit the market. Heralded for its revolutionary microLED technology, this TV will use less energy than current televisions you probably own now, but that’s only half the fun. You can get this massive 219-inch TV in your own living room, and it’s appropriately named “The Wall.”

The CES Technology Show, where the latest in tech, gadgets and gizmos is unveiled at the start of every year, always brings a few cool surprises every year. It’s safe to say Samsung’s massive unveiling stole the show at CES 2019.

The Wall TV offers a microLED display, which is the most advanced screen technology in the game. For you, that means a pure black base that reduces glare from the sun, a superior color purity that is twice as good as standard LED televisions, and a sharper, brighter image that brings whatever you’re watching to life.

Basically, it’s the coolest TV you’ll ever watch. That is, if you can find 18 feet of wall space to hang this mammoth…

Imagine watching the College Football Playoff on THIS thing? Heck, I’d watch the Pope’s track and field team race if it meant I’d get to watch this monster for a few minutes.

If you’re interested in pre-ordering one of these from Samsung, they’re accepting orders here. Also, if Samsung’s massive version isn’t for you, this same technology is available in both a 75-inch and 146-inch TV. Then again, if you’re going to drop a few thousand dollars on a TV, you’d better go next level to the bigger TV and get the full 219 inches.


Think of it this way: you’ll never have to buy another television set for as long as you live.

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John Duffley About the author:
John joins the FanBuzz team with five years of experience freelancing as a sports writer for and A graduate of Penn State University, John currently lives and works in Austin, Texas. He is also a member of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).
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