LG's OLED Canyon at CES immerses you in visuals

LG's OLED Canyon at CES immerses you in visuals

LG showed off its 65-inch OLED display, the "world's first", at CES in Las Vegas.

LG OLED technology has created a new high-end category of displays that delivers an awe-inspiring picture with ideal blacks and incredible color, even from wide viewing angles, unlike any LCD and LED display.

The screen of this 65-inch LG OLED TV rolls up into its base. This helps to deliver better space utilisation alongside enabling a large TV-viewing experience.

The newly revealed LG television is very much in the news as the Korean firm is boasting so much about its huge display. LG is also showing off an 88-inch OLED 8K television set, because even though you might be fine with your 1080p set, television manufacturers want you to cram as many pixels into your eyeballs as possible. This new technology is claimed to enable the panel to emanate sound directly from the panel.

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There will be five models in the series, ranging from 55-77 inches. Thanks to OLED technology's unique ability to turn each pixel on or completely off, LG OLED displays bring colors to life like never before while creating an infinite contrast. LCDs, for instance, use colour filters and liquid crystals that block light to create an image. Users can also control their new LG smart TVs with voice and ask it to find a TV show or adjust screen settings.

"We will firmly establish our position as a leading company by responding to market expectations and providing differentiated value in the rapidly expanding OLED market as well as the existing LCD market", said Dr. Sang-Beom Han, Vice Chairman and CEO of LG Display, in a press statement.

Finally, Tim Alessi, Vice President Marketing, talked about LG's new OLED and Super UHD TVs for 2018.

The unofficial first day of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas was a big day in the world of TVs - of all shapes and sizes.

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