LG Display will showcase the new bendable screen at the CES 2021
LG had recently showed off its invisible TVs and now it is demoing the bendable screens
LG showed off its ambitious invisible TVs a brief time back that it plans to put on display at the upcoming CES 2021. And within the pipeline now’s the new bendable OLED screen. The new concept TV will have a 48-inch 4K screen which can become curved from sides at the push of a button. This game-centric screen will double as a gaming monitor for immersive gaming with a radius of up to 1,000mm. This screen is getting to be supported by the Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) technology, LG Display has confirmed before its CES 2021 show.
The flat-screen becomes curved from the edges to offer an immersive gaming experience
While this might be slightly familiar to the rollable televisions that LG showed off last year, the new bendable screen will use CSO, which involves a 0.6mm thick film exciter, down from the 9mm one used previously, under the display that turns the entire OLED panel into a speaker. This means there is no need for inbuilt speakers on the tv. And apart from being a TV, the curved screen offers an immersive gaming experience without audio accessories. Of course, LG Display is giving this screen a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. However, the wide variable refresh rate range is between 40Hz and 120Hz, considering the bent state of the tv.
Some top-class gaming monitors offer a refresh rate of as high as 360Hz, however, these screens do not have the morphing capability just like the one LG goes to unveil at the CES 2021. For practical purposes, it’s an honest idea to possess one screen at your home and use it as both a TV and a monitor, according to your needs. Having the facility to curve from the edges just makes it better and unique within the market. However, it’s thought immediately and LG Display might take a short time to launch it for the masses.
LG Display has announced a new bendable screen with 4K resolution
Moreover, the 48-inch bendable CSO from LG will accompany a response time of 0.1 milliseconds, which matches to be useful in creating an honest gaming experience for the user. LG is additionally ensuring the display is suitable for eye comfort, especially for gamers who spend plenty of some time viewing various content on screens. Talking about the OLED displays it makes, LG Display said, “They are recognized and authorized by leading global certification organizations as emitting low levels of blue light and being flicker-free.”
“LG Display’s 48-inch Bendable CSO display is optimized for gaming because it maximizes the use of advanced technology that produces another level in terms of providing an immersive experience. In other words, it offers absolutely the best gaming environment to gamers,” said Dr. Chang-ho Oh, Executive President & Head of the TV Business Unit at LG Display.
LG recently launched the invisible TVs that use transparent OLED screens. These TVs are fitted at the foot of what the company calls a “smart bed”. At just the push of a button, these TVs roll up from inside the bed and have no background within the least. The company says the screens are supported by 40 percent transparency technology to form the illusion of an invisible television. This invisible TV is getting to be demonstrated thoroughly at the CES 2021.