CES: LG to showoff 65-inch rollable OLED display

CES: LG to showoff 65-inch rollable OLED display

CES: LG to showoff 65-inch rollable OLED display

Now, the world's first rollable 65-inch 4K OLED display offers a more realistic (yet still kinda crazy) use for OLED tech that's flexible. This is not all, however, as it plans to add another interesting product to the mix.

It was hard not to lust over every last TV LG Display had in its secret room, but we walked away equally impressed with LG Display's latest application of its Crystal Sound OLED technology that first debuted at last year's CES. LG is just showing us one way of how its rollable TV could be put to use, which in this case is by hiding the display when not in use. Besides the typical, full 65-inch screen, it's got a more cinematic 21:9 ratio option and a slender notification panel that can house weather info and act as a music player when you don't need the screen up front and centre.

The device looks promising and appears to bring forth a bunch of advancements to the traditional flat-screen TV.

By seeing LG's arsenal for CES 2018, most probably the company might be the show stealer at CES 2018.

This year the technology behind it was made even thinner and more invisible, but LG Display also incorporated into a concept laptop.

This makes for easier storage, while still achieving high resolution.

The fridge can communicate with other LG ThinQ products, like the company's new oven and dishwasher.

The South Korean company also showed off its latest range of smart kitchen wares, including the LG InstaView ThinQ refrigerator with a 29-inch touchscreen for displaying recipes and the LG EastClean oven, which is capable of automatically pre-heating at a specified time. The tablet can be used to control other smart appliances. And you won't have to deal with any of the issues that come with an LED/LCD TV: Like, problems with blurriness when watching football, especially the grass. Consumers will also be excited when LG confirms its availability.

There's also a new AI OLED B8 (55 and 65-inch).

LG hints that in time the giant TV set might be truly portable, making it a handy alternative to projectors for businesses and the perennially indecisive.

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