In order to keep up with the rising tech-phenomenon, such as the 3D printers building bridges, or the autonomous car, the transforming Ford car into a unicycle, or the drone selfie machine, LG has now come up with the roll-able TVs.
LG Electronics Inc., a South Korean multinational electronics company has now come up with a terrific idea to shock the world technology and television. They have secured the bragging rights of creating the world’s first flexible, roll-up television geared up to show off its latest innovations in OLED and LCD technology at The International Consumer Electronics Show (International CES) 2016.
The company will show off its newest 65-inch and 77-inch OLED TV panel featuring High Dynamic Range (HDR) and curved LCD screens that can be changed to fit into car’s interior and a 55-inch OLED concept that is almost paper-thin and could possibly give you a paper cut.
However the company has its big guns stowed away for later, that is, the 30R 18-inch roll-able display screen. According to LG, the screen can be “rolled-up like a newspaper." The feasibility of such an easy and portable television is vast from being lightweight and portable to perkiness of its unique design. Whether it is personal consumer or commercial use, once the screens hit the market it will surely be a hit amongst gadget lovers.
Super thin and flexible screens that roll-up are the hallmark of CES and other similar trade shows. Companies like Sony, Sharp, LG and Samsung have been known to be developing prototypes for such concepts. However only LG had come forward with a product till now. If such prototype is a success at CES, soon we will be travelling around with our very own bendable, roll-able, and curving TV screens instead of a news paper rolls.
Pretty soon we will witness the futuristic displays and newspaper-like screens as well as the 55-inch "paper thin" TV!
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