As CES2019 is revving up in Las Vegas, a lot of technology is about your innovation in your home – the LG ROLLABLE TV for instance. It is true that a big TV is the KING of the our living rooms …THE WORLDS LARGEST ROLLABLE AND COMFORTABLE TV is yet to be released by the the LG ENTERPRISES.
OOPS !!LG HAS WON THE GAME OVER SAMSUNG WITH THEIR 65-INCH FOLDABLE TV WHICH COMES WITH A GREAT RESPONSE FROM THEIR AUDIENCE….
LG has unveiled a "rollable" TV — a 65-inch screen that can roll down and disappear into its base with the press of a button, and that does not mean it's shut. The interesting build is its audio system works at its maximum even the screen is rolled down completely, or displays a clock when it's just partially rolled down(no wasting time folks). It features, the 4.2-channel, 100 W front-firing Dolby Atmos audio system.
ACCORDING TO LG THIS IS THE WORLD’S FIRST FOLDABLE 65INCH FOLDABLE TV AND IS NAMED AS THE:
LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R
IT IS SET TO RELEASE THIS YEAR 2020 AND WE COMPLETELY GATHERED THE MESMERIZING SPECS AND PRICE OF THIS OLED TV
"THE EVOLUTION OF FUTURE WOULD BEAT THE BASS OUT OF OUR MINDS"
IT IS SAD TO START WITH THE BAD NEWS:(
-THE PRICE ESTIMATES $60000 FAR TOO EXPENSIVE RIGHT?? LG charges around two grand for a standard 65-inch OLED, by way of comparison, and its massive 88-inch 8K OLED costs $30,000. It wouldn't be the most expensive TV out there, however. Samsung and Sony each pocket $70,000 for their 98-inch 8K TVs, while Samsung's The Wall MicroLED TV starts at $400,000 for the 146-inch version, installed.
THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT :)
-IT IS THE FIRST ROLLABLE 65-INCH OLED TV
-In addition to the full-sized TV view, you can also watch the TV in "line view," where it rolls back up and descends into the box until maybe a quarter of the screen is visible. LG has designed a special home page for this short, wide screen shape, allowing it to display a clock with weather, personal photos or moving ambient designs. The screen can also disappear completely while music plays -- the set's sound system can interface with your phone via Bluetooth.
-The TV screen is stiff and solid unrolled. The OLED screen material itself is fixed to numerous thin horizontal bars that support its structure, raised and lowered by a pair of riser arms on the back. It's wild. And the sample shows no wrinkles or signs of stress from rolling up
LG says the TV has been tested to 50,000 rolls up or down. So if you turned it on or off eight times a day it would last 17 years. The RX is covered by LG's standard TV warranty.
While the RX only rolls up from the floor, LG Display is demonstrating a concept version that rolls downfromthe ceiling, like a projector screen (no word on when or it it will go on sale). I'm interested to see that in ac tion and ask how it's dealing with the fact that a standard 8-foot ceiling would put the TV too high for comfortable viewing.
Beyond its rollyness the RX should offer superb image quality, like all OLED TVs we've tested, but I don't expect it to perform any better than its $2,000-ish cousins. It includes most of the new extras introduced on LG's standard 2020 OLED TVs, including the A9 Gen 3 processor and far-field voice control of Alexa and Google Assistant, but it is missing a Next Gen TV (ATSC 3.0) tuner and AMD FreeSync/Nvidia G-Sync compatibility. I guess even those who can afford it all can't have it all.
“IT CAN BE A RICH’S THING FOR AS FOR IT'S ROYAL PERFORMANCE ALONG WITH IT'S STUNNING DESIGN AND BUILD ,CAN BE A ROYAL CHOICE FOR A ROYAL HOME”