Samsung advertises thwe world's largest Ultra-High-Definition TV
Display and TV company Samsung is unveiling the world's largest Ultra-High-Definition TV at CeBIT. The unit sports a screen diagonal of 82" or 2.08 meters. With its resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, this TV offers a resolution exactly four times higher than conventional 1080p displays. (Compare Prices on Samsung 63" Plasmas)
This isn't a news stand but an image - the output of the 82" TV is very crisp.
Still Samsung is still nowhere near the limits of the Ultra-High-Definition standard that is still in development. After all, this standard allows for a maximum resolution of 7680 x 4320 a full 16 x that of today's 1080p!