In that Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 begins to produce its first interesting devices: transparent TVs. The technology they brought Samsung And LG to the fair and take a step forward in the consumption of screens for the home.
While neither of the two companies spoke about selling prices, it was revealed that the details of its operation and the technology behind it provide a different experience.
Before the start of CES, the company organized an event where it demonstrated some new technologies. One of the products is the first transparent screen. MicroLED.
This technology has greater brightness compared to OLED and transparent LCD models. The panel offers a very similar experience holographic displaya, where the content appears to be floating in the air.
In addition, it is only one centimeter thick and has a high pixel density for clearer images. In terms of design, the panel gives the appearance of a piece of glass as it has no frame and you can see objects behind it.
One of the key benefits of these transparent panels is their resistance to ambient light, surpassing the brightness of OLED panels. However, with the current price of $150,000 for the 110-inch model of the opaque MicroLED line, these types of displays are expected to provide value that is difficult to access.
On the other hand, LG unveiled its own breakthrough in transparent TVs by releasing the first wireless transparent OLED at CES 2024.
This innovative 4K screencall OLID T, It is equipped with LG wireless audio and video technology. One of the features is a contrast screen that rolls up into a box at the base and allows you to raise or lower with the touch of a button.
The heart of this device is the new processor Alpha 11 AI from LG, which delivers four times the performance of the previous generation. This results in a 70% increase in graphics performance and a 30% increase in processing speed.
In addition, it is compatible with LG Zero Connect Boxwhich allows you to stream content over a wireless network.
The OLED T’s versatile design allows for free-standing, wall-mounted or wall-mount installations, and features speakers at the base that fire sound downward for high-quality audio.
In 2023, Displace presented at CES wireless tv this gave a reason to talk at the fair. However, at that time the device was a prototype and not many details were revealed, other than showing a panel that could be taken anywhere and even placed on a window using glass suction cups.
This year, the company has already confirmed its participation in the event and announced that it will present two finished products: Displace Flex and Displace Mini. These TVs don’t require cables or ports to operate and are “super lightweight” and gesture controlled.
In addition, a presentation of the prototype took place 110 inches details not yet confirmed
In the context of innovation, the company announced that Flexible It will include an optional magnetic wireless charging system, which will be a significant change from the previously shown 55-inch model.
The firm also announced a purchasing platform with AI for its TVs, aiming to create a computing environment that is unique in the market. Using gestures to control the display, users will be able to identify products in frozen scenes and easily purchase them using devices with NFC or mobile application.