LG's Ceiling Rolldown 2020 OLED TV

Next G Rollable TV Display


Source:  LG's Rollup TV Display Unveiled at CES 2019

Unveiling at CES 2020 Next Week
South Korea tech giant LG has invented a 65 inch, UHD OLED TV that rolls down from the ceiling just like a projector.  The new design form means it's not visible when not in use and it doesn't take up space or require any furniture.  This is breakthrough technology that will be unveiled at the annual 2020 CES trade show in Las Vegas next week.  No pictures of the new TV have been released as of now.

More Innovations
At CES 2020, LG will also introduce other innovations including a laptop sized rollup TV screen for cars and a transparent screen for airplanes.  LG has been developing the rollable display TV concept for the past several years.  At CES 2019, it introduced its first commercial rollable TV display concept that rolled upwards from a specialized rectangular speaker box by pressing a button.  It's called the LG Signature OLED TV R.  Apparently, LG is still working on the system.  It hasn't been put on the market yet.  Stay tuned.  We'll get the details, hopefully including pricing, on the ceiling based display next week.

Source:  LG Transparent Airplane Display

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