LG demonstrates 111-inch 4K double-sided OLED TV

LG demonstrates 111-inch 4K double-sided OLED TV

4K and OLED are the two technologies that rule the display world and impress thousands of people around the world on a daily basis. Yet, there are still some people that cannot be amazed that easily and exactly for these people LG has developed a new OLED TV that will surely make you say “Wow!”

The new TV not only sports OLED technology but it also includes 4K resolution, two sides, a size of 111 inches and thickness of just 0.97 mm. The TV set has been demonstrated at the on-going IFA 2015 exhibition in Berlin, Germany along with another 55-inch model with the same features. To achieve the 111-inch size LG has used three smaller displays, though, but here’s another sweet feature – the TV set is flexible as well.

Obviously the new TV set is not designed for home use (just imagine the price) unless you have tons of cash and you plan to have it hanging from the ceiling in one of your rooms but it certainly has business uses for sure.

No word on pricing or availability date as of now.

Source: Geek.com

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