LG Display's Stunning 65-inch OLED 4K TV Rolls Up Like A Sheet Of Paper
LG Display has revealed one of the coolest things seen out of CES 2018 so far. The company a new prototype OLED display that measures 65-inches and rolls into its own rectangular storage bin when not in use. It looks like the love child of a retractable home theater projector screen and a high-tech OLED TV.
LG Display isn’t really offering up anything in the form of actual technical details on this screen, other than the fact that it has a 4K UHD display resolution. LG is showing off some interesting hardware bits at CES 2018, including an updated version of the Crystal Sound technology that puts speakers directly inside the screen of the TV.
Some of the other cool stuff that LG has at CES includes that gigantic 88-inch 8K OLED TV that we talked about recently. The massive TV has a native resolution of 7860 x 4320, which is 16 times the resolution of your puny Full HD TV.
LG also recently showed off the HU80K 4K UHD projector that will throw a 150-inch image on your wall without needing much space to do it. It's also very bright making it good for use in rooms that allow in a lot of light. LG has offered no word on pricing for the projector or the gigantic 88-inch LED TV, but bet on both being ultra-expensive.