LG unveils incredible 65-inch "roll-away" 4K TV

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A year ago at CES, LG first revealed that it is working on a rollable TV.

After debuting prototype models at previous tradeshows, LG has officially unveiled its first consumer-ready rollable OLED TV model. It hasn't said what it'll cost-but it seems likely the Signature OLED TV R will be pretty expensive.

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The OLED TV R is a nice piece of innovation that will surely pique your interest.

The TV of tomorrow is here: LG just launched the world's first rollable OLED TV, which will go on sale later this year.

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The OLED panel has a window-blind like back that is able to fold into a cylinder within the base. The idea behind this 65-inch rollable OLED television set is simple: if you don't want to watch the TV, simply press a button and its rollable screen automatically disappear into the stand.

What is more, the OLED TV R has a functional mode that makes it act as a menu bar.

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LG's extraordinary wallpaper-like Signature OLED TV W, released previous year, is still priced over £3,800 for the 65-inch model. Both support Dolby Vision and Atmos, use the Alpha 9 generation 2 processor with ThinQ AI and webOS 4.5, and, of course, have 7,680-by-4,320 resolution with four times the pixels of 4K. It will also be Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit enabled, like other 2019 LG TVs. In the recent past, we have seen manufacturers opting for the more bigger and wider viewing experience, which results in large TV screen taking most of the space in the room. The 2019 OLED and Nanocell LCD TVs also support the WISA speaker standard, letting users build their own wireless surround sound systems with an adapter.