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You can use this monitor while it’s flat or bend it up to 1,000R

With CES just around the corner, you should brace yourself for a wave of unique and interesting technology. Ahead of CES 2021, LG Display announced the 48-inch Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED, a 48-inch gaming monitor that has a bendable display.

The display can bend to a curvature radius of up to 1,000R or be used while flat, depending on a player’s preference. LG Display states that this is the first display of its kind that’s optimized for gaming. You can bend the display whenever you’d like, but as an example, you could bend the monitor for an immersive view while gaming and then flatten the display to enjoy a movie.

In addition to having a bendable display, the 48-inch Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED features technology that allows it to vibrate the display to emit sound rather than using traditional speakers.

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Apart from its unique new technology, the display has a response time of 0.1 milliseconds and a refresh rate of 120Hz. It also has a variable refresh rate range from 40Hz to 120Hz. Since it’s an OLED display, it has a high contrast ratio, true blacks, and vivid colors.

As pointed out by Neowin, it could be some time before anyone can purchase this display. LG Display is the sister company of LG Electronics. LG Display develops display technologies but doesn’t create consumer products. Before anyone can purchase a bending display, LG Electronics or another company will need to come up with a consumer version.

This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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