Since Samsung's quite interested in just about everything even slightly related to the field of displays, it should come as no surprise that the Korean company is also actively involved in the development of various solutions for the digital signage market, its latest achievement in this field being represented by an ultra-thin DID (Digital Information Display), that will provide a very good level of continuity between images displayed on adjacent panels.
Of course, that's possible because the bezels corresponding to the down/right sides are extremely slim, since we're only talking about an overall thickness of 1.9 mm, the overall distance between the actual content on the two displays being of just around 5.7mm.
Moreover, things on the other sides of the panels
are not that different, the upper/left side panels measuring just around 3.8 mm.
Naturally, the image quality provided by the Samsung DID displays is also quite impressive, since we're talking about Full HD resolution, as well as a 700-nit brightness level.
Beside the 55-inch version, Samsung also promises to release a 46-inch super-slim Digital Information Display, that, however, will provide a distance between the content running on the displays
of around 7.6 cm.
Sadly, the announcement regarding these hot new products from Samsung doesn't provide any kind of info regarding the possible pricing and/or availability (inside or outside Korea), so, for the time being, we're only left dreaming of a hot-new multi-display home theater setup.