LG is gearing up for CES Las Vegas 2016 and the company will showcase flexible 18-inch OLED display, the company announced on its official website. LG will also feature three new 4K TVs at the event. The rollable 18-inch display would be one of the main attractions from LG at CES. The company will also showcases double-sided displays for commercial usage at the event.
Rollable displays can find application in commercial space and signage. Flexible screens have been showcased at CES in the past as well. However, flexible displays haven’t been able to successfully make a mark in the commercial arena. The thin and flexible display can also find usage in tablets and laptops. Additionally, in existing laptops, the thin display can reduce weight and thickness of the laptop screen.
LG will also feature 55-inch OLED concept that is as thin as a sheet of paper.
In its official statement, LG said, “The company will exhibit 65-inch and 77-inch UHD OLED TV panels that offer the ultimate picture performance in terms of contrast, color accuracy, and viewing angle. For example, the 65-inch and 77-inch OLED TV panels, featuring a High Dynamic Range (HDR) function with its perfect black and improved luminance, have unbeatable picture quality and the same level of color gamut seen in professional monitors used to edit theatrical films.”
In the Commercial Zone, different advanced technology solutions will show the potential of creating new markets, including a 86-inch stretched LCD display with an aspect ratio of 58:9 suitable for signage such as airport information, commercial, and retail displays; and a Video Wall display consisting of four 55-inch LCD screens.
LG Display will introduce a 25-inch “waterfall” curved LCD that fits into car interiors, and a 10.3-inch “Advanced In-Cell Touch” LCD that can respond to the touch of drivers wearing gloves.
The company will also showcase futuristic concept displays that highlight the dynamic forms that OLED can achieve, including the world’s first 30R 18-inch rollable display that can be rolled-up like a newspaper; a 55-inch design concept OLED TV display that is paper-thin since the electric circuits are installed separately; and a matching pair of 65-inch extreme-curve concave/convex OLED displays.