LG Press conference CES 2018 Live stream

  • LG Press conference CES 2018 Live stream

LG Press conference CES 2018 Live stream

All 2018 4K UHD TVs will feature the company's new ThinQ AI technology, enabling implementation of hundreds of voice requests, via LG's webOS, as well as third-party AI services, such as Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.

A few promo images of the giant display has now been revealed, showing how the TV rolls in to a box that's roughly the size of a sound bar. If LG's display standard catches on, TVs could be easily carried around in light, tube-shaped cases. At CES 2016, LG's first foldable 18-inch display had been introduced, which can be folded into shape of a cone.

LG's 65-inch rollable display can rolled down to hide it. The all new 65 Inch Rollable OLED display grabs many eyeballs and headlines as this is world's first OLED display to have a rollable feature which is in fact completely flexible. It is because we have seen lots of prototypes that never came as a consumer product.

But we would know more in the coming days with the prototype all set to be appearing at the show floor in CES.

LG just took the wraps of its new 65in OLED TV, and while it is still just a concept, it gives us a very real glimpse of what's just around the corner with respect to product design and display technology.

LG's rollable TV is like a giant sheet of paper
LG’s rollable TV is like a giant sheet of paper

LG touts the portability and storage options made available by its new rollable television.

LG focused a portion of its presser on a new line of OLED TVs with ThinQ on board.

There's also a new AI OLED B8 (55 and 65-inch). LG will show off an 88in 8k OLED TV and a 65in 4k OLED TV that can be rolled up like...

The crowd's awkward chuckling grew louder each time the Hub Robot failed to respond to prompts related to the company's full-court press on smart home interconnectedness.

That's about all we've got for the TVs, as Panasonic is holding its cards very close to the chest - in fact, we don't know yet when (or if) Panasonic will offer the TVs in the USA, as the company has been out of the local TV market stateside for a number of years, but we expect them to be available sometime this spring.