It was hard not to lust over every last TV LG Display had in its secret room, but we walked away equally impressed with LG Display's latest application of its Crystal Sound OLED technology that first debuted at last year's CES.
LG's 65-inch rollable display can rolled down to hide it.
The device looks promising and appears to bring forth a bunch of advancements to the traditional flat-screen TV.
Sadly, there is no any information regarding the pricing and availability of this new Rollable OLED display or Television available at this moment with us.
With AI functionality embedded in 2018 LG TVs, LG's customers can speak directly into the remote control to use all the features of today's advanced voice-assistant technology.
LG's CLOi smart robot range has been expanded with the creation of three new concept robots, created to be used in hotels, supermarkets and airports.
Ahead of the company's press conference on January 8, LG had already taken the covers off a 65-inch Ultra HD television which can be rolled up into its stand when not in use, or when it needs to be transported.
LG touts the portability and storage options made available by its new rollable television.
Despite being showcased as a near consumer-ready product, LG says that the display is still a prototype. You can also use it to search food recipes and make video calls while you cook. This is in comparison to the previously-used Harman Kardon audio technology that was seen on past TVs from LG in these lineups.
CES is the first platform of choice for companies around the globe to showcase their upcoming products and future technologies.
Now The South Korean giant is planning to introduce the world's largest 88-inch 8K OLED display, according to Engadget.