LG is going to start selling its rollable TV in the US.
The South Korean tech giant has priced the easy to hide TV at an eye-watering $100,000 (£72,000).
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The TV will cost $100,000 in the US[/caption]
LG first revealed its rollable TV concept a few years ago at a CES tech event in Las Vegas.
The entire screen of the TV can be rolled up and hidden in the large speaker below it.
Dolby Atmos front-firing speakers make up the base of the expensive item.
The TV itself has a 65-inch 4K OLED display.
A Korean version of the TV launched last year.
That version was priced at a slightly cheaper $90,000 ($65,000).
The LG Signature OLED R 65-inch Class Rollable TV can be viewed on the LG website right now.
It’s described by the company as “a new horizon in television design.”
The website also says: “A work of art. A jaw-dropping experience. Enter LG’s vision for the future of TV with the LG SIGNATURE OLED R.”
Orders for the extremely expensive TV are expected to open in August this year.
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