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LG revealed its latest Signature OLED TV at CES 2019 that can literally bend and roll up into a box when not in use.
The company’s calling the technology “zero view” and allows the screen to scroll into a “harmonious blend of wool and technology,” the company claims.
It’s essentially a control box that includes a 4.2 channel speaker system with Dolby Atmos support.
The 4K 65 inch screen also features LG’s webOS Smart TV software, and HDR support with Dolby Vision.
The device also has the company’s ThinQ AI built in along with Google Assistant and Alexa, and users “can even control the display to roll up or down with just your voice”.
The TV can be rolled out fully or in Line View mode, where you just see a sliver of screen, turning it into a piece of modern art.
“With six different modes — Music, Clock, Frame, Mood, Lighting, Home dashboard — take a quick glance for time and weather while displaying your most memorable photos on the screen,” the company explains.
The LG Signature OLED TV R, which does not have a price or exact release date just yet, is expected to go on sale towards the end of this year.
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