While growing up TVs were 14 inch and for the rich it was 21 Inch TV. Brands such as Panasonic Top Dome, Philips and Sony ruled back in the day, Samsung and Goldstar (Later rebranded to LG, Lucky Goldstar) were still around but were for the down trodden.
Today Samsung rules and they supply OEMs displays to other manufacturers around the world. My 55 Inch TV now seems outdated and tiny with the influx of UHDs of 90 and 100 inches.
In the coming years maybe we’ll have OLED embedded onto our retinas for permanent access to the web
Stop this madness please. This is another typical @Sambamba thread in tech section. Educate yourself first before posting. Recommended TV sizes rely on viewing distance! There are some small rooms where a 55" is too big! And a 32 is a perfect fit for superb viewing. I know you live in a bedsitter. So how comfortable will you be moving your head from right to left to follow some action on a 90" TV? Wacha usambamba.
Again more misinformation from you. Short throw projects can even do better 4k images than some TVs. Pixel density is not even a problem labda useme back levels. When 8k becomes common place most people will go for projectors.