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

LG Display declares war on motion blur with big screen OLED panels

CES 2019: LG launches 88-inch OLED display with dizzying 8K resolution

The LG Signature OLED TV R has three different viewing options: Full View, Line View, and Zero View.

LG first showed off a prototype, rollable OLED TV at last year's CES, but the OLED TV R is the first model we've seen that appears to be a consumer product (though LG has not yet announced pricing or availability).

'A rollable OLED TV is a true game-changer, liberating users from the limitations of the wall and freeing them to curate their own personal space which no longer needs to be reserved full time for TV viewing'.

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In addition to the 88-inch display, the company also showcased a 65-inch 8K OLED display, a variant with 4K OLED with world's fastest motion picture response time of 3.5ms.

The Line View allows the TV to be partially unrolled for tasks that do not require the full TV. "The panel is of 65" dimensions - we now don't have any more information about the technical specifcations of the panel, other than it is seemingly powered by LG's newly announced second generation Alpha9 SoC. However, the rollable display isn't the only impressive feature of the TV R. The base station, which holds the display is also a powerhouse for audio consumption, equipped with a 100-watt Dolby Atmos speaker for impressive built-in audio.

The TV runs on LG's webOS which is integrated with Google Assistant. However, Alexa is still not available in Singapore. Plus, with AirPlay 2, users can play videos from other Apple devices and access iTunes. LG pitches this as ideal for action movies and sports, although it should also be ideal for gaming where the slightest bit of unintended blur can spoil the experience. The HomeBrew automates the whole process of fermentation with a free companion app (Android and iOS) to let users check its progress.

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