It’s the world’s first big-screen TV that can be rolled up to hide away when not in use. We go hands-on.
BY DAVID KATZMAIER
reporting for CNET.com
When you roll your future TV out of sight into a little box, thank LGDisplay.
The leader in big-screen OLED manufacturing, not satisfied to debut the first 88-inch 8K OLED TV, showed off another world’s first at CES: a 65-inch 4K OLED display that’s, get this, rollable.
Although some concept big-screen TVs shown at past CES shows have been bendy, this is the first one that’s flexible enough to spin up into tube form. LG’s images depict it descending into a little box the size of a sound bar, but the company also talks about making the display portable. The secret, as usual, is its paper-thin organic light emitting diode display (OLED).
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