LG reveals world’s first 65-inch rollable OLED TV

It’s that time of the year again when not just the biggest tech companies but even startups come up with some innovative tech on the floor of Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018) at Las Vegas. Even before the show has officially started, LG has already announced some award winning products. The Korean giant has been innovating TV space for long. The company came up with wallpaper OLED TV which was just 2.85mm thick.

A couple of years ago, it showed an 18inch OLED TV that can be rolled up. This year, LG has announced a 65-inch OLED TV prototype that can be rolled up like a newspaper. The flexible display makes it easy to store and transport. LG InstaView ThinQ features a 29-inch touch LCD display that transforms from a computer display to a transparent window with just two knocks.

This intelligent refrigerator can recommend recipes based on what is on hand and once a recipe is selected, the fridge automatically sends the information to a connected oven with Alexa verbally guiding the chef through each step of the process, for a fuss-free cooking experience.

LG is also expanding in 4K UHD home projectors with the HU80k series. It is LG’s first video and home cinema experience in a compact design. Unlike traditional projectors, this isn’t heavy, expensive and cumbersome to install. LG is also offering seamless connectivity through InstaView ThinQ EasyClean Oven Range and QuadWash Dishwasher. This vision for the connected smart kitchen of the future that predicts consumer needs and reduces preparation time.

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