CES 2018: LG's new Roll Up concept can make TVs portable

CES 2018: LG's new Roll Up concept can make TVs portable

LG has now introduced a new OLED screen that can be rolled up like a newspaper.

LG's 65-inch rollable display can rolled down to hide it. LG will in any case reveal more details when they open their booth at CES 2018 later in the week.

Last year, the firm successfully developed a 77-inch transparent OLED display.

If you're in the unlikely Venn diagram of people who want a giant television screen but don't want to see it much, then you're in luck. No this is a 65 inch beast of a display with these characteristics and full 4K ultra HD resolution, just like one of LG's excellent normal OLED televisions, except for the whole paper-like design part.

It seems unlikely that LG will be selling this sort of display to the general public any time soon, and it would nearly certainly cost a hefty sum. That this display rolls up and out of its box when in use and back into it when not makes it far easily to move than many larger displays, and it also allows for a more minimalist look to your living room when it's not in use. With this portable and flexible feature, the 65-inch rollable display can offer users the high-resolution content anytime, anywhere.

Recently, LG has been getting a lot of publicity as the countdown to CES 2018 continues; the company already announced multiple products to be showcased at the tech show this year including its enormous 88-inch 8k TV and 4k UHD projector.

LG seems to be taking the center stage at this year's CES.

LG created the screen using its famous OLED display technology, which allows for a wide range of colours and impressive contrast.



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