Would you buy a TV that can be out of sight in an instant?
That’s the promise of LG’s OLED R “rollable” TV, which allows owners to literally roll the screen up after use and unroll it when you’re ready to watch TV.
Right now, you can’t go to a Best Buy or other retailer to purchase the rollable TV. But the website for the OLED R offers an “inquire to buy” option that can connect interested consumers with a LG salesperson.
Of course, with cutting-edge technology like this, buyers should expect to pay a premium. While LG has yet to reveal pricing on the OLED R in the U.S., it launched in South Korea for $87,000 last October.
I think I’ll stick with my trusty Vizio set for now. Meanwhile:
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want Facebook to cancel plans to introduce a kids’ version of Instagram, claiming it could be harmful to a child’s well-being.
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are rolling out the option to hide likes on posts.
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On this week’s Talking Tech podcast, we discuss Amazon’s new Echo Buds, Apple’s upcoming product event, and Samsung’s new line of affordable smartphones.
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