LG foldable OLED gaming screen
LG foldable OLED gaming screen

LG Display has announced that it will release its first flexible 48-inch OLED OLED cinematic sound effect for games at CES 2021.

In addition to several transparent OLED demos, LG Display also introduced a game concept product in the virtual showroom at CES 2021.

The user can switch between the flat screen and the curved screen so that the video can be watched in the flat screen mode and converted into a curved screen with a maximum radius of 1000mm with the press of a button.

The 48 '' CSO Foldable Screen makes use of OLED so that it can be folded to a 1000mm radius without affecting the display's functionality.

It can be converted into a flat screen when watching TV and used as a curved screen when playing games.

The curved screen has an equal viewing distance from the center to the edge of the screen, adding to the visual immersion that gamers experience.

Additionally, CSO technology allows the OLED screen to vibrate and emit sound without the use of speakers. This gives a lively sense of realism, as if the characters on screen are speaking directly to the audience.

The area where the 48 '' CSO screen vibrates to 0.6mm x 9mm has become smaller so that viewers can enjoy a thinner screen and great sound.

Due to its advantages, the new OLED technology has attracted attention in the gaming TV market, as each pixel can emit its own light, thus providing infinite contrast.

With a response time of 0.1ms, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a wide variable refresh rate range from 40Hz to 120Hz, a seamless experience that delivers vibrant image quality can be achieved.

For gamers who have been staring at the screen for a long time, LG OLED screens are especially suitable as they are known for their ergonomic screens.

They are recognized and recognized by the world's leading certification bodies, and their blue light levels are low and flicker-free.

“The CSO Foldable Screen is optimized for gaming as it enhances the use of advanced technology to give players a more complete and better gaming experience,” said Oh Chang Ho, Head of LG’s TV Business Unit.

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