CES 2021 is finally here and LG kicked things off with their keynote, which included many new products, including a rollable smartphone. Called the LG Rollable, it’s part of the company’s “Explorer Project,” an initiative that aims to showcase unexplored usability experiences. The LG Wing with a swiveling display was the first device in the project, which means there’s a good chance that the Rollable makes it to production form sooner than later. Read more for a video.
CES 2021 has finally kicked off, and despite it being an all-digital event this year, LG has not disappointed. Tonight, they revealed a bevy of transparent OLED TVs, starting with a Smart Bed that has a 55-inch panel as well as speakers built directly into the frame. At the push of a button, it rises out of the foot of the bed and can either be used to just show notifications, or as a normal TV for movies, shows, etc. Plus, it can even analyze your sleep patterns and wake you up at set times. Read more for a video and additional information.
LG Display is set to showcase the world’s first 48-inch Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) optimized for gaming at CES 2021, a virtual event that begins on January 11. This paper-thin display bends and unfolds with a curvature radius of up to 1,000R, all without affecting the function of the panel. This means that you can transform it into a flat screen while watching TV and utilize it as a curved screen for gaming sessions. Read more for a video explaining the technology and additional information.
CES 2021 is just around the corner, January 11-14, 2021 to be exact, but unlike previous years, this show will be completely digital. However, that doesn’t mean it’s going to lack any innovation. LG has already teased one of its showcases, their transparent OLED screens, specifically the 55-inch panel. How does it work? Well, each screen has two layers of glass on both sides of a set of addressable LEDs, thus allowing the viewer to see through the panel. Read more for a video of it being used on the Shenzhen metro in China and additional information.
LG’s 32″ QHD Gaming Monitor not only has a 144Hz refresh rate, but AMD Radeon FreeSync technology as well, all for $296.99 shipped, today only. The ultra crisp 2560 x 1440 resolution and impressive 31.5” screen size combine for a thrilling, immersive gaming experience. For those who don’t know what FreeSync is, the technology reduces the tearing and stuttering that occur between a graphic card’s frame rate and a monitor’s refresh rate enabling smoother motion and less stuttering in demanding games. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
This is currently LG’s largest OLED TV to date, and the 8K OLED TV boasts an advanced panel with over 33 million self-emitting pixels to deliver the company’s iconic picture quality, ensuring the most lifelike colors in a wide viewing angle, an infinite contrast ratio and true blacks. This 88-inch TV with 8K Ultra HD resolution (7,680 x 4,320) is basically equivalent to 16 times the number of pixels in full HD and four times that of UHD. Read more for a hands-on look and additional information.
A recently uncovered patent shows that LG could be working on a rollable laptop with a flexible OLED display. The patent sketches show a device that sports a display capable of opening up to 13.3″ – 17″, and the base resembles a sound bar of when unrolled. Due to its form factor, the power button is located on its side, while the computer keyboard, along with the touchpad appears to slide or roll out from the base. Read more to see the patent and for additional information.
LG’s CX 65″ 4K Smart OLED TV comes with Alexa built-in and perfect for next-generation game consoles (PS5 / Xbox Series X), all for $1896.99 shipped, this week only, originally $2296.99. The 4K processor uses artificial intelligence and deep learning to accurately upscale lower resolution content, resulting in source footage translated to 4K’s 8.3+ million pixels. It also fully integrates the voice assistants you already use, like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
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LG is always innovating, whether it be home appliances, smartphones, tablets, or other electronic devices, and recently, a ‘Roll-slide mobile terminal’ patent was filed at the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) and published on September 24, 2020. Samsung and Motorola both have smartphones with flexible displays, so it’s no surprise that LG is hard at work on their own. This device shows a device with a flexible display that can be partly rolled up in the metal housing. Read more to see the patent, additional renders and information.
LG’s Signature OLED rollable TV made its debut at CES 2019, and this week, the company announced that it’s now available for purchase, but at the hefty price of $87,000 USD. Featuring a flexible 65-inch OLED panel that utilizes self-lighting pixel technology and individual dimming control for its picture quality. It comes in a brushed aluminum case while the modern wool speaker cover by Denmark’s Kvadrat gives it some extra flair. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.