Samsung’s 98-inch QLED 8K TV debuts at CES

Samsung’s 98-inch QLED 8K TV debuts at CES

Samsung’s 98-inch QLED 8K TV debuts at CES

LG first showed off a prototype, rollable OLED TV at last year's CES, but the OLED TV R is the first model we've seen that appears to be a consumer product (though LG has not yet announced pricing or availability). After it showed off its rollable, futuristic OLED TV, LG has another feast for the eyes with its "LG OLED Falls" display, which features 260 LG OLED digital signage screens, in curved and flat configurations.

The OLED TV R goes further with its rollable screen that simply disappears into the stand.

The magical roll-up TV will allow owners to keep the screen in three positions: fully tucked away, unfurled in all its majesty and a "partially unrolled" state where a little bit of screen is peeping from the box. Nowadays you can get a 65-inch 4K monster that will offer great image quality for under $1,000.

"A rollable OLED TV is a true game-changer, liberating users from the limitations of the wall and freeing them to curate their own personal space which no longer needs to be reserved full time for TV viewing", said LG.

Korean tech giant LG has unveiled a TV which lets families reclaim their living rooms - by rolling up like a window blind when not in use.

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LG said the Signature TV is powered by its second-generation Alpha 9 processor and deep learning algorithm.

Perhaps the bigger news is its 2019 LG TVs' built-in support for AirPlay 2.

LG's new OLED TV R's base also rocks a hefty 100W Dolby Atmos speaker rig, and are reportedly about as good as a good soundbar.

With Apple HomeKit support, customers will be able to control their LG TV using the Home app or by asking Siri.

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