The Rollable OLED TV: The Potential is Real! Best laptops at CES 2019: if it ain’t 2 days ago   03:57

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Marques Brownlee
A rolled-up TV in a box seems pretty weird at first... This is dope tech with potential! This is the LG OLED TV R.

Alternate title - The LG Rollable OLED TV: March Rollout? 😵

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Daniel Stevenson
The aspect ratio height change suggestion tends to be almost redundant to apply in the case of a TV because there are no unsightly bars one 21:9 movies because the pixels that aren't in use will just turn off because it's an OLED panel.
MICHGO1
LG'S OLED'S ARE STUNNING. I'VE HAD A CURVED 55" FOR OVER TWO YEARS AND I'M STILL THRILLED WITH IT.
THIS SEEMS TO TAKE UP MORE SPACE THAN A STATIC TV. A CURVED SCREEN IS A LOT COOLER THAN A BOX WHEN IT'S OFF.
judge Jung
I want same type small size.
Tounsi Behi
Lg the king of tv's .
KNO
Who even watches TV
Aram Gaboudian, Realtor, Keller Williams Realty
Great for people with views from their hillside or beachfront homes with large windows and no wall space for mounting.
Haeli Kim
Wow.. amazing.. good job LG
Omizuke
I had thought the same thing about the aspect ratio. It would be great if it would shrink if the content is 21:9 and such.
Ed Vincent Calaguas
The only useful I can see this is to hide tv from toddlers and prevent them from breaking that very thin smart tv.
Kunta Kinte
it is a disadvantage if you need to switch on the tv urgently....
gotta wait for it to unfold...
Amaracea
Can’t wait for them to apply this to tablets and phones. So disappointed in Samsung right now for going foldable when they’re the ones that came up with the rollable idea in the first place...
Harold Yun
Scaled down, this may be a better version of the “foldable” phone
Lee Silva
Literally obsessed‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️
Barry Shaw
The link in the description is to a Chinese website I mean come on now
Kaspos Blazos
Whats the point of it? Its a large ass box that takes up space either on your floor or a shelf. It doesnt give the function that actual furniture does. It has no drawers, you cant really put much on top of it. Its just a large box, taking up space. It takes time to roll out. Its unnecessary mechanics that can break. Theres superthin wallpaper TVs that take up no space and can camoflauge itself into your wall when not used, no rollout time. So why use this? Its like trying to impress a 10 year old with unnecessary "cool" mechanics. Kinda what AUDI usually do with their cars. Having displays and AC units rolling out when the car turns on with unnecessary mechanics that take time when display and ac can just be out all the time.
Turre Tuntematon
And what’s the benefit of this really? I rather use my TV as a mirror or a painting instead.
Jp willerd
😶😶😶😶😲😲😲Holy shit that is amazing!!!!!
md opy
Are you very rich??😍😍😍👍
Leo Timtom
Hmm, if only there was a way to avoid buying a 99 cent duster..............
Leo Timtom
Get Rick rolled by the price of the TV.
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Best laptops at CES 2019: if it ain’t The Rollable OLED TV: The Potential is Real! 2 days ago   06:42

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CES 2019 was full of laptops, everything from GeForce RTX-equipped thin gaming laptops to AMD-powered Chromebooks to desktop replacements with swappable CPUs. A lot looked like last year’s bunch, but there were more than a few interesting exceptions. To cut through the deluge of announcements, we’ve rounded up what we think are the best laptops from CES so you can get a look at the tech that’s arriving this year.

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