Korean electronics company LG caused a worldwide stir when it announced its 55-inch OLED panel last week, and now the company has rolled out two more pictures that show you what kind of remarkable TV set this is going to be.
We only have a few more days left until the festivities truly kick off at CES 2012 in Las Vegas, but LG has already tipped its hand with a press release promising the "world's largest" OLED panel for the show.
Last month LG and PRADA announced their renewed partnership and introduced the PRADA phone by LG 3.0. While the phone is supposed to be officially announced today, it looks like it has managed to reveal itself prematurely.
LG has unveiled a new line of TVs called the PZ850T Pentouch TV. The sets will come in 50-inch or 60-inch screen sizes. The big feature is that the screen comes with a digital pen that the users can draw on the screen with.
LG Electronics has introduced a laptop with a screen that it says allows multiple people to watch from wide angles without any loss in image quality.
The model, the P220, has a 12.5-inch widescreen IPS (In-Plane Switching) display, which allows users to watch from an angle of 178 degrees. A user could almost be looking at the laptop from the side, but still clearly see the screen.
LG has used that to deliver two separate 2D images effectively simultaneously, a trick Sony has employed on its PlayStation TV for multi-player gaming. Instead of flipping rapidly between left eye and right eye images, to create the 3D effect, the telly can swap player one and player two screens, so each gamer sees the correct viewpoint.
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In the future, after you print photos onto paper using your camera, you'll be able to scan them and share them on Flickr using your mouse. At CES earlier this year, LG showed off an amazing new mouse ...