The Force is strong with the LG x Lucasfilm 65-inch Star Wars C2 OLED TV. It was revealed yesterday at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim and will be limited to just 501-units in the US, exclusively from the company’s website as to avoid scalpers. Each set will come with its very own individually numbered certificate of authenticity to ensure that you aren’t buying a knockoff.
For the ultimate in productivity, look no further than the LG DualUp monitor. This Nano IPS display boasts a unique 16:18 aspect ratio and a Square Double QHD (2,560 x 2,880) resolution, which is equal to two 21.5-inch displays.
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Flexible organic light-emitting diode (FOLED) technology been around for quite a while, but still not commonly used in modern day devices. They incorporate a flexible plastic substrate on which the electroluminescent organic semiconductor is deposited, enabling the device to be bent or rolled while still operating. Industrial designer Kevin Chiam shows us what this technology can really be used for.
Always wanted to keep an eye on your smartphone notifications while using the computer without having to turn up the notification volume? If so, then look no further than the Lenovo 23.8″ L24i-30 and 27″ L27e-30 (above) monitors. Both use premium In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels that deliver crisp, clean images at wide-viewing angles, making them perfect for distance as well as hybrid learning or video conferencing purposes.
LG Display is set to make a big splash at CES 2021, and for all the right reasons, starting with their transparent OLED technology. In addition to making TV panels for Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hisense, and many others, their transparent OLEDs have many uses, including in restaurants as well as metro trains. The company’s latest version now has 40% transparency, compared to 10% for their current models.