The LG Signature Rollable OLED R TV will cost $100,000 in the United States, which is roughly 50 times the price of a typical 4K OLED TV.
This, however, is not your typical television. It has a rollable 65-inch OLED screen that is thin and light.
It includes a sound system with Dolby Atmos and Sound Pro, as well as voice control with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
This ground-breaking technology not only reimagines what a television can do, but it also revolutionizes how you use your space.
According to the company, customers in all regions must “inquire to buy.”
The LG R1 is one of the most expensive TVs on the market, only surpassed by much larger LED TVs such as Samsung’s 110-inch TV.
The upgraded 2021 R1 OLED TV has 4K resolution and a full speaker system, as well as new features like webOS 6.0 and HDMI 2.1, but lacks VRR support, as seen in mainstream LG OLED TVs.
In terms of picture quality, the OLED R has already been surpassed by newer LG models; the more traditional G1 series, introduced earlier this year, can get brighter than any of the company’s previous OLEDs, including the rollable.
The OLED R’s panel, on the other hand, checks all of the boxes you’d expect from a modern TV: Dolby Vision, 120Hz 4K gaming, variable refresh rate, auto low latency mode, and more.
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