At CES, LG always puts on a big display, having one of the biggest booths in the Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. One staple of the booth is an immersive experience featuring a series of OLED TVs. We've seen the OLED Tunnel, the OLED Canyon, and this year, there's the OLED Wave.
It features 200 55-inch OLED TVs, 128 of which are curved. Check it out:
That's not all though, because after that, I got to do my tour of the rest of the booth. Naturally, this is where LG shows off its new wares, from smartphones to smart home, and from TVs to robots.
As usual, OLED was a big focus. The new Rollable OLED TV comes down from the ceiling instead of coming up, and that was right in the middle of the room. The Korean firm also had some 8K OLED TVs, one of which was 88 inches. LG says that it's the first and largest 8K OLED display in the world.
LG had a bunch of other cool stuff as well, besides displays. There was a robot that can make you coffee, or another that can do dishes. Check out the video below: