South Africa’s largest-ever QLED TV is now available to purchase. SKYWORTH’s SUF958P 100”, of pure excellence, TV was launched a few weeks ago to much excitement from media, tech experts and buyers alike.

Besides it’s larger than life panel, the SUF958P comprises a range of first-class display technologies including QLED+, 4K resolution, and a 120Hz refresh rate. “By far the most eye-catching element is its sheer size,” says SKYWORTH’s Senior Sales Manager, John Goosen. Measuring at 2.24m wide by 1.28m high, it must be experienced to be comprehended. The TV’s size is enhanced by its Boundless Screen design that uses minimal bezels for increased immersion when viewing the SUF958P’s stunning QLED+ panel.

These technologies alone would make the SUF958P an industry-leading 100-inch TV, but SKYWORTH has taken things up a notch with Chameleon Extreme 3.0, a suite of software-powered technologies the brand has developed to maximise its impressive display hardware. It includes:

  • AI Super Resolution upscales all your 1080p content – such as sports matches and movies – frame by frame into a higher resolution that looks excellent.
  • Contrast Enhancement and Dynamic Noise Reduction make your picture pop with brighter highlights while ensuring superior quality.
  • MEMC ensures all your content is smooth – whether it’s the latest Rugby World Cup match or your favourite console game. It’s particularly impressive when combined with the panel’s 120Hz refresh rate and support for Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) – both of which are particularly valuable when gaming.


The TV is also equipped with an incredible sound system comprising a total of 60W output across five speakers that deliver booming bass and sharp trebles. The speakers support Dolby Atmos for additional audio clarity and are all fitted in the SUF958P’s minimalist, industrial-style display, that uses a strong metal backboard, more durable than the plastics used on many other TVs.

The SUF958P 100” TV retails for a RRSP of 69,999.00

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