Roll-up LG Television
Written by Sara O’Connor
One of the most renewed and ambitious inventions presented was the television revolution as we know it. The renowned LG electronics company presented a proposal that could help reduce the amount of space currently used by TV models: the Signature OLED TV R TV, a roll-up television. This model at first sight goes unnoticed as a common Smart TV, but at the touch of a button it manages to roll itself up until it is completely stored in an elegant dresser. The most impressive thing is that it is able to unwind and return to its initial position without suffering any damage.
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Why it is necessary to reiterate?
In recent years, television manufacturers have made significant efforts to make their solutions as intrusive as possible. The transition of CRT models, with cathode ray tubes, to televisions with plasma, LCD and OLED technology led to a very significant reduction in volume and weight. Even so, the proposals that we can buy today, especially the models with important diagonals, continue to occupy enough space and claim our attention, even if they are turned off.
This scenario, with which we are all so familiar, could begin to change shortly. And it is that LG has just presented at the CES edition that is currently being held in Las Vegas (United States) a new TV with roller OLED panel: the Signature OLED TV 65R9 model. We had long known that the South Korean brand was flirting with flexible OLED panels, but the presentation of this television, the first in this category, confirms that flexible panels have already left the laboratory and are ready to land in our homes.
The cover photo of this article illustrates quite clearly what LG is proposing to us with this TV. The three devices that you can see both in the foreground and in the background show us the three states in which it is possible to use this model. In the foreground we can see it in the position that LG calls Zero View, in which the 65-inch OLED panel is completely rolled up inside the TV chassis, which does not occupy much more than a sound bar (of the great ones, yes).
In this position it is possible to use the TV to play music content through the speakers with 4.2 topology integrated in the chassis. To excite them is responsible for an amplifier that works in class D of 100 watts, and the Dolby Atmos processing that this model has is responsible for recreating a three-dimensional sound image.
The second way in which this TV can be used has been christened by LG as Line View, and it consists in displaying only a section of the OLED panel (approximately one third of the screen) to show those contents that do not require the complete panel. Sounds a bit weird, but, apparently, LG proposes that in this mode we use this TV to watch the clock, the weather, our family photos or to create a relaxing environment (probably by enabling this function it will show fractal images in the section of the panel that is exposed), among other options.