What just happened? Years after the prototype was revealed at CES, LG’s rollable OLED TV will finally hit the US It went on sale in Korea in 2020 for $ 87,000, but Americans won’t pay the same price, it’s more expensive. . Buying an LG Signature OLED R will cost a staggering $ 100,000.
It was way back in 2018 that the roll-up set prototype appeared at CES. A real 4K 65-inch version appeared at the show a year later, and the 4K Signature OLED R landed in Korea in 2020 with that price tag of $ 87K.
The edge writes that the TV will now go on sale in the US for $ 100,000. It has multiple slats on the back that allow the screen to roll around an internal cylinder within the bracket, with the entire raising / retracting process taking around 10 seconds.
The LG Signature OLED R It sounds like an attractive piece of hardware for gamers with deep pockets. In addition to supporting HDR10 and HLG, it has a response time of less than 1 ms, automatic low latency mode, 120 Hz variable refresh rate, support for AMD FreeSync Premium, and four HDMI 2.1 ports. You also get Dolby Vision, AirPlay 2, and HomeKit support, an Ethernet port, three USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth 5.0, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
In addition, the cabinet contains a 4.2 channel 100W Dolby Atmos sound system and there is a line view, which stops the screen at a high midpoint and displays the time, mood, music selections and photos. .
The OLED R is rated at 100,000 displays, which should offer many years of use, as you would expect for the price. Pre-orders open in August. If you’re wealthy and want the LG to roll up in your bedroom, why not consider Samsung’s stunning 110-inch microLED TV as your main TV? It’s only $ 155,000.