The show includes everything from the latest smartphones and autonomous cars to intelligent appliances and high-end audio systems.
The TV is called "the wall". Well, from what we've seen on the CES show floor, it looks like 4K is now a thing of the past.
Last year Samsung released the first 85-inch 8K QLED TV, which goes for a cool $15,000. However, the company was able to shrink the TV down to a "more home-friendly" 75-inch, modular version.
The Wall can also be used to display photos or artwork when not in use. So far most programming isn't offered at such a high resolution. In very bright scenes, The Wall could illuminate an entire room on its own.
Samsung showed off a massive 219 inch TV - that's more than 18 feet - at the CES technology show in Las Vegas.
Since The Wall is a modular television, the unit can expand or shrink to the consumers viewing needs, or space for that matter.
Sony, TCL, and Hi-sense are also showing television sets that are 75 inches and larger at the show.