A few years ago, LG presented its rollable TV concept at the CES. For strangers, this is a television whose display can be rolled up and hidden when not in use and unfolded into a full-size television if necessary. It was a pretty cool concept and if you thought it might fit your home well, we hope you have some cash ready.
This is because LG has confirmed that its rollable OLED 4K TV will be available in the US priced at $ 100,000. The entire setup consists of a 65-inch 4K OLED display that can be rolled up, as well as the case that the display plugs into, which also consists of Dolby Atmos front-firing speakers.
Obviously, this isn’t a mass-market TV, although it appears to be a little more expensive than the Korean version that launched last year and cost nearly $ 90,000. On the other hand, if you can afford to spend that much on a television, we’re not sure if the differences matter that much.
This is a TV designed more for those who want the latest cutting edge technology. There are obviously much cheaper TVs out there, but if you’re interested you can check out the details on the LG website. Orders are expected to open in August.
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