id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> LG’s rollable OLED can disappear into that cabinet when you turn it off. It will cost around $60,000.
Sarah Tew/CNET This story is part of CES 2020, our complete coverage of the showroom floor and the hottest new tech gadgets around. CES 2020 is many things: Bright. Huge. Gaudy. Futuristic. Crammed to the brim with the latest tech advancements. The same descriptions apply to the TVs of CES. They’re everywhere, massive screens blaring brighter images than ever, backed with new tech such as MicroLED, Mini-LED, https://www.behance.net/gallery/93836039/Dao-Han-The-Tin-Dung-Gia-Re-Tai-Ha-Noi QLED, OLED, 8K, ATSC 3.0, HDMI 2.1 and so many more. You can’t walk 10 feet at CES without seeing pretty screens literally dripping with next-gen technology.
As a TV reviewer, I’ve been coming to the January CES for almost 20 years, looking to shape my buying advice for the remainder of the year. The biggest headlines in 2020 were made by TVs such as Samsung’s massive The Wall and rotating Sero, LG’s roll-up OLED and LG Display’s roll-down OLED, and 8K models everywhere. They’re all cool-looking and innovative, but nothing I’m telling readers to buy anytime soon.
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