LG Signature R9 Rollable 4K OLED TV

Jan 9, 2019

Category: Tech

A year has passed since we saw the world’s first rollable TV prototype, but finally, the glorious LG device has arrived. The elegant LG Signature R9 Rollable 4K OLED TV is fit for Tony Stark and boasts various modes for versatility.

The rollable OLED has three viewing modes, including a ‘Line View’ mode where the display will drop down until only one-fourth of the panel is visible. In this mode, you can interact with various features, including mood, music, frame, clock, and home dashboard displays. You’ll also have the ability to control all your smart home devices while in ‘Line View’ mode. Hide the TV completely in ‘Zero View’ mode, as the screen tucks away quietly into the base while allowing you to enjoy music with the TV’s Dolby Atmos audio system. When it’s fully unleashed, the 65-inch rollable screen will provide you with 33 million pixels of impressive clarity. The roll-up technology is reliable for 50,000 cycles, which means the TV has a lifespan of over three decades. LG is planning to launch the TV in the spring.

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