You won’t have to stick to Samsung’s The Wall if you insist on a gigantic TV for your equally sprawling mansion. LG has introduced a Direct View LED (DVLED) Extreme Home Cinema line aimed squarely at “super-luxury” homes. It relies on the same basic concept of using millions of LED diodes (anywhere from 2 million to 33 million) to form a complete picture in customized shapes, but can scale to sizes that might even make Samsung blush — you can choose anything from a ‘small’ 81 inches to a room-dominating 325-inch setup.
No one knows what Apple will do yet, but Android-flavored competitors like Samsung are producing futuristic folding phones right and left. It’s striking tech, with fluid screens that can expand to mini-tablet size. Continue reading THE DUAL SCREEN V50 IS LG’S NEW VERSION OF A FOLDING SMARTPHONE
At 2.57mm thick, LG’s new OLED W7 television might be the thinnest giant television ever made. I don’t want to say that. It feels like hyperbole, and over the next few days I have no doubt that a lot of other televisions are going to use similar tech for similar results, but look at that image above. Note how that 65-inch display is actually thinner than that woman’s finger. Now come back and tell me that isn’t incredible.
The Model 3’s ultra-streamlined dashboard design was the breakout star of last night’s big reveal: No gauges, no monitors behind the steering wheel, just a single horizontal screen to the driver’s right. And according to a Reuters story, LG is supplying that screen.
There’s an alternate universe in which every computer screen and smartphone can be rolled like a newspaper, and TVs come in long cardboard tubes. Unfortunately, that’s not our reality, despite a new prototype by LG.