LG Flexible OLED TV is worth checking out


lg-flexible-oledConsumer electronics giant LG did reveal at the recently concluded CES 2014 a new kind of TV that will certainly blow your minds away – I am referring to the flexible OLED TV here, of course. LG claims that this is the first of its kind in the world, where the TV will not only arrive as a curved device, but you, the viewer, are able to control the angle of the curvature itself in order to enjoy the ultimate viewing experience where it would not have been thought of to be possible just a couple of decades ago.

Hyun-hwoi Ha President and CEO of LG’s Home Entertainment Company, shared, “LG’s Flexible OLED TV is a product that has to be seen to be believed because it defies description. What curved is to flat, flexible is to curved. LG continues to lead the evolution of televisions into the next generation.”

Basically, with this flexible OLED TV, you will be able to use the included TV remote to alter the curvature of the display in order to suit your viewing experience. As for the range of the curvature itself, it is determined by taking into account key factors which will affect the viewing experience, where among them include screen size as well as viewing distance.

Not only that, you might think that this TV, being a prototype to begin with, is going to be small just for testing purposes. I thought so, and I was sorely mistaken, since this bad boy happens to be a 77″ flexible OLED TV, where it has been subjected to tens of thousands of hours of tests in order to ensure the reliability and durability of its unique display. Talk about a “grand slam” of firsts when it comes to the OLED TV universe – being flat, curved and now, flexible. Needless to say, pricing details and availability have yet to be divulged, but it sure as heck ain’t gonna come cheap!

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