LG Display unveils the Thin Actuator Sound Solution (TASS), an invisible speaker for automobiles that is set to be commercialized in Q1 2023. Speakers normally consist of a voice coil, cone, and magnet, while this solution is extremely thin, thanks to LG Display’s film-type exciter technology. It works by vibrating off display panels and various materials inside the car body to produce rich, 3D immersive sound experiences.
LG just revealed the world’s first high-resolution stretchable display that can not only be twisted without distortion, but also extended and folded. This 12-inch panel is the industry’s first to achieve 20% stretchability, a resolution of 100ppi, and full-color RGB, thus maximizing its potential for commercialization.
The ASUS ZenBook Fold laptop with its 17-inch OLED panel that can be folded in half just isn’t practical for most desktop gamers, and that’s where the LG OLED Flex (42LX3QPUA) comes in. It’s claimed to be the world’s first bendable 42-inch OLED screen, making it the ideal display for immersive console, PC and cloud gaming.
LG’s 97-inch G2 OLED (97G2) evo Gallery Edition is now officially the world’s largest OLED TV, powered by an α (Alpha) 9 Gen5 AI Processor that utilizes advanced picture algorithms to provide lifelike images as well as a super immersive, cinematic viewing experience. Thanks to its flush-to-the-wall Gallery Design, it boasts a seamless, integrated look that fits right into any decor.
Unveiled at IFA 2022 in Berlin today, the LG MoodUP refrigerator wants to make your day brighter, literally, with color-changing LED doors that can play music using its built-in Bluetooth speaker. When paired with the LG ThinQ app, users can select from 22 colors for the upper door panel and 19 colors for the lower.
We have Corsair’s Xeneon Flex bendable gaming monitor, and now, the LG OLED Flex LX3, the wold’s first bendable 42-inch OLED TV. Whether it be for game console, PC, or streaming use, this display is capable of going from completely flat to curved (900R) in seconds, complete with infinite contrast, deep blacks, highly-accurate colors (100% color fidelity certified), a 0.1 millisecond response time and low input lag.
Not only is the LG UltraGear 45GR95QE the world’s first 45-inch OLED gaming monitor with both a 21:9 aspect ratio and 240Hz refresh rate, but also the company’s only display to combine this screen-size with an 800R curvature. You also get a blazing fast 0.1 millisecond Gray-to-Gray (GTG) response time, 98.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, superb HDR10 performance and support for HDMI 2.1.
How about an auto-adjusting monitor designed to work with sit-stand desks? The LG UltraFine Display Ergo AI (32UQ890) 31.5-inch 4K IPS monitor fits the bill. It’s the very first LG monitor capable of automatically adjusting its position to ensure consistent ergonomic comfort throughout the day using a built-in camera that leverages advanced AI.
If the Valve Steam Deck is just too large for you, this LG Wing-based handheld game console should do the trick. This dual-screen smartphone never really took off after it was released in 2020, but one custom device maker in China managed to give it second life, or at least its 3.9-inch secondary screen.
The LG C1 Series 48″ 4K Smart OLED TV is touted as the best gaming / work display on the market, and you can get one for $796.99 shipped, today only, originally $1499.99. Why? Firstly, it has a Game Optimizer mode, which puts all of your game settings in one place, allowing you to toggle between NVIDIA G-Sync and FreeSync technologies for a smoother gaming experience. Product page.