Samsung 85-inch 4K TV: Because Every Inch Matters

I don’t even wanna know what goes on in the men’s room at CES, because out on the showcase floor, the battle over who has the biggest TV is fierce. After Sony dazzled the world with their new 84″ 4K TV, Samsung just had to go and up the ante by a mere inch, just to claim the title of world’s largest Ultra High-Definition TV. The 85-inch UN85S9 also features a unique, um, frame I guess we’ll call it, that keeps the huge screen suspended in the air. That frame also holds a 120-watt 2.2 speaker system, so there’s that. This giant goes on sale for rich people in March, so you know what that means: Panasonic will bust out an 86″ set in April.

LG 84-inch Ultra High-Definition 4K TV

Now (kinda) known as Ultra High Definition, but previously (and still sorta) known as 4K, the next wave of TVs has begun to crest. And as with new tech, as it so often does, the crest costs. LG is debuting its new 84-inch Ultra High-Definition TV at the um, tough-to-manage price of $19,999.99. The set’s size and 3840 x 2160p resolution is the big draw of course, along with 2.2 stereo sound, 3D capability, and LG’s motion-controlled Magic Remote–the official remote of Magic Mike! Own it now on Blu-ray & DVD!! Hello? Anyone?

Sony 84″ XBR 4K Led TV

The 4K revolution may be in its infancy, but Sony is banging on the crib bars with the newly announced XBR-84X900. It’s Sony’s first TV ever with 3,840×2,160-pixel resolution (four times as detailed 1080p), and it’s also the biggest Sony screen to date. The edge-lit LED-based LCD display features passive 3D (also a Sony first) and a detachable 10-driver stereo speaker system lets you rumble the living room with sound. This way you don’t have to listen to that brat whine about “being hungry” and “needing a diaper change.” Kids.

Point Grey Flea3 Video Camera

The Point Grey Flea3  ($945) is so tiny, you may experience delusional thoughts about the size of your hands for weeks after purchasing one. And not only is it small, but it also shoots 4K resolution video. The USB 3.0 cable provides the power and sends the content to your computer, making it perfect for surveillance duties. Just remember: When you go to buy new batting gloves, you’re still a medium.