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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • And today I'm here at CES with a little bit of a sneak peek

  • at what LG has cooking up.

  • Not only were they awesome enough to sponsor this video,

  • but importantly, they gave me a badge to get in

  • a whole day early, so I can explore

  • before everyone else gets here, shhh.

  • So if you look behind me,

  • you might notice the star of the show.

  • This is the LG Signature OLED TV R.

  • The R stands for rollable, as these are well,

  • completely flexible OLEDs.

  • So there are a couple components to the TV.

  • First of all, is the stand which does come with it,

  • but above that, that is the actual main base.

  • So you can see as the TV rolls out,

  • it's all sort of coiled up inside,

  • and there's a really cool mechanism

  • that actually sort of, pulls the TV up

  • and keeps it straight.

  • Now you might think, oh look at that rollable TV,

  • you're gonna notice some sort of

  • picture quality issues or anything,

  • but just like with the wallpaper TV,

  • it looks exactly like the other OLEDs with the added benefit

  • of being able to disappear when you don't wanna watch TV.

  • So you might wonder,

  • why exactly do you want a TV that can roll up?

  • Well if you imagine if you put it in front of say a window,

  • you could roll it all the way down and have essentially

  • just a nice piece of furniture,

  • and when you're ready to watch TV,

  • you hit a single button

  • and the TV springs to life, rolls to life,

  • animates to life... I'm out of synonyms and adjectives.

  • So in addition to full view, which is the TV extended,

  • you also can use what's known as line view.

  • And this gives you about 75% of the TV rolled up,

  • so it's much smaller, and in that case

  • you can put up things like the gallery, listen to music,

  • or you can just completely hide the TV,

  • and the speaker does still function.

  • Now as you might expect,

  • we don't exactly have a price on this guy,

  • although it won't come cheap.

  • But it actually will be coming out this year.

  • Now if that's not crazy enough for you,

  • I think this definitely will be.

  • This is an 88 inch, 8K OLED.

  • Yes, you heard me right.

  • It's an 88 inch, 8K OLED.

  • I want one.

  • Every year at CES there are a ton of TVs,

  • and usually they get better and better,

  • but this is hands down the best looking panel

  • I have ever seen, like full stop.

  • So of course, OLEDs already have great picture quality.

  • When you combine that with a full 8K resolution,

  • I mean, it is ridiculous.

  • You cannot see pixels unless you're like,

  • really uncomfortably close.

  • This is legitimately my dream TV.

  • Right, it's massive.

  • This is the biggest OLED they've ever made.

  • Even watching this video,

  • you can watch it in 4K all you want,

  • you cannot see just how sharp, just how crisp this TV is.

  • Now it is very early days for 8K,

  • there's really not a lot of 8K content out there.

  • So YouTube is actually one of the few platforms

  • that does already support 8K,

  • so you will be able to watch 8K videos straight on the TV.

  • But on top of that, it does support HDMI 2.1.

  • Actually you know I've never really thought about it,

  • we've never uploaded a video in 8K,

  • but theoretically we could upload it

  • and watch them all on our 8K OLED.

  • Right LG?

  • Now, if that's not enough 8K for you,

  • there's also a brand new NanoCell 8K TV.

  • And the main difference here--

  • Ohhhh!

  • - Sorry.

  • (censor beep)

  • - If that's not enough 8K for you,

  • there's also the 8K NanoCell TV.

  • This creates OLED for LCD,

  • and you have to go down to a mere 75 inches,

  • as if that was not already enormous enough.

  • But the main thing here is that you still get

  • all of those key upgrades with going to 8K.

  • Moving into a slightly darker environment,

  • we have the LG Cinebeam HU85L.

  • Now this is their latest ultra short throw projector,

  • and at a full 120 inches, this looks nice.

  • Now we are at a pretty bright show floor.

  • Usually you wanna watch a projector

  • in a little bit of a darker environment,

  • but this is surprisingly bright.

  • Of course, it is a full 4K projector, and importantly,

  • it is a dual laser projector as well.

  • When I say ultra short throw, I mean it.

  • You get a full 120 inch display from only 7 inches away.

  • What's cool about this, is that the unit itself

  • is actually still fairly compact.

  • I know it's not quite as portable

  • as the last Cinebeam that we took a look at,

  • but if you're doing a proper home theater set up,

  • full 4K, plenty of brightness,

  • this is a really good way of going.

  • Now when it comes to audio,

  • there's a couple really cool things here,

  • and most noticeably there's the SL9 Soundbar.

  • So on one hand, you can actually wall mount it

  • and have it completely flat,

  • or if you wait for it to actually come up,

  • you also could do it in a standard orientation

  • like you would normally put on a table.

  • What's cool about this, is that it does take advantage

  • of Dolby Atmos as well.

  • But it's really cool to be able to have a single soundbar

  • which can serve multiple functions

  • depending on how you want to use it.

  • In case you're curious,

  • it sadly does not come with a full, motorized wall mount.

  • (cheerful music)

  • Is that how you do an audio demo?

  • Continuing down that audio side,

  • we have a series of XBOOM speakers.

  • And first of all, we have the small guys,

  • so these are the XBOOM Go.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Yeah, there we go.

  • So on the XBOOM Go side, the PK7, the 5 and the 3

  • are all available on sale right now.

  • On top of that, we also do have the AI side of things.

  • So these both take advantage of Google Assistant.

  • So this is actually something

  • we've already taken a look at in the past,

  • but this is the one that has the full smart display

  • with Google Assistant.

  • - [Austin on device] Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • The LG gram was one of my favorite laptops of 2017.

  • - The idea that you have the display

  • does make Google Assistant a lot more useful,

  • and on top of that, it sounds pretty solid as well.

  • It sounds pretty solid as well.

  • I like when my voice cracks in the video, oh boy.

  • There's also a pair of brand new LG grams this year.

  • So not only does the 14 come in a 2 in 1 form factor,

  • but there's also now a 17 inch gram.

  • Considering that you have a full 17 inch display,

  • with a 2560 by 1600 resolution,

  • the fact that this laptop weighs less than 3 pounds

  • is incredibly impressive.

  • Now, if we walk a little bit over to this side,

  • we have the gram 2 in 1.

  • So what's cool about this, is of course you can use it

  • in the standard laptop mode,

  • or you can flip it around

  • and take advantage of it being a full 2 in 1.

  • Now if you wanna know more about the gram,

  • we're actually going to be doing

  • a lot more on this very soon, so stay tuned,

  • and with that, I think we're about to get kicked out.

  • Like, literally everything's turning off around us.

  • So that my friends is a sneak peek

  • at what LG has at CES this year.

  • If you're interested in anything that I talked about,

  • I'll have links to as much of it as I can

  • in the description.

  • And stay tuned, we might just get

  • a couple things in the office for some videos.

  • (censor beep)

  • It's legitimately time to leave,

  • they're shutting everything down around us.

- Hey guys, this is Austin.

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