CES 2018: TVs Are The Big Stars So Far

CES 2018 has just started but companies have wasted no time in announcing their latest technology. Among the biggest announcements so far are gigantic and rollable TVs. Samsung, LG and Panasonic have announced new TVs and we have to say that they all look good.

One of the most impressive announcements so far has been made by LG. The company revealed a prototype of a 65-inch OLED TV that can easily roll up. The TV looks like something out of a futuristic movie but LG has shown that this technology is near. There aren’t much details about this TV but the fact that it can roll up already makes it one of the most interesting devices.

Samsung has announced The Wall, a 146-inch modular TV. There are plenty of gigantic TVs out there but what makes this one interesting is the modular technology. The company says users can add or remove modules to make the TV smaller or bigger. Samsung did not reveal the price or when it will be available exactly but it did confirm that it will ship this year.

Panasonic has announced two new TVs, the FZ950 and FZ800. The series, which will come in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, feature new OLED panels. The only big difference between the two is on the audio. The FZ800 TVs have built-in speakers while the FZ950 features a Dynamic Blade speaker. Panasonic did not give any details on the prices but the TVs are said to be launching in spring.

GE has announced a 27-inch tablet that sits right on the range hood. The gigantic tablet is called the Family Hub. The tablet can be used to control other smart appliances. You can also use it to search food recipes and make video calls while you cook. GE’s new product actually has two cameras, one that looks right at the stove and one for the video calls and pictures.

Three impressive TVs and a giant tablet announced in just hours but we will likely see more soon. Hisense, TCL, Samsung and Sony will make an an appearance at the event later today. Hisense brought budget TVs to last year’s CES and it will likely do that again. TCL will probably follow that with more TVs while Samsung and Sony have already made big news. Samsung has already announced The Wall TV while Sony has unveiled three smartphones.