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Called Rollean, this innovatible rollable television set looks like a normal shelf when not in use, but at the press of a button, it’s ready to entertain. Put simply, it rolls up into the shelf or table itself, so you’ll still be able to make use of them, rather than just have the display sitting in an idle enclosure. Read more for additional pictures.
Rollable displays have various advantages over glass, including improved durability, lighter weight, thinner dimensions, and the ability to manufacture them perfectly curved. For those wondering, the most notable difference between glass and a rollable display is that the display area of the latter can be larger than the device itself.
- Easy Voice Control: Works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to help you find movie titles, launch or change channels, even switch inputs, using just your voice. Also available through the Roku mobile app
- Striking 4K UHD picture performance with HDR technology
- Simple, intuitive Roku interface allows seamless access to over 500,000 movies and TV episodes
- 4K Creative Pro Upscaling allows you to view your favorite HD content in near 4K quality
- Inputs: 3 HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 (one with HDMI ARC), 1 USB (media player), RF, Composite, Headphone Jack, Optical Audio Out, Ethernet
Despite flat panel display technologies having already been widely used for over 40 years, there have been many changes in this industry that focus on developing a lighter, thinner product that is easier to carry as well as store. Thanks to the continued development of rollable displays in recent years, researchers agree that flexible flat panel display technology has immense market potential in the future.