LG has announced the new LG 2022 OLED TVs, including the largest and smallest OLED TVs on the market.
OLED is thinner and lighter than most other display technologies.
The hi-tech TVs employ self-lighting pixels that can be turned on and off individually to “deliver perfect blacks, natural colours and infinite contrast”.
The LG 2022 G2 series introduces a new 83-inch model and the world’s first 97-inch OLED model. That’s one enormous TV.
LG also announced relatively small 42-inch OLED TV, ideal for console and PC gaming.
You can check out more LG announcements and products at the virtual booth here.
Hisense unveils enormous TV
Hisense has revealed its latest TV, the 120-inch TriChroma Laser Cinema (120L9G).
The TV will be available in major retailers across Australia from April this year.
Hisense says a model with an even larger screen will be available those looking for the biggest viewing experience.
TCL Mobile’s big reveal
Upstart tech company TCL, known for its cheap phones, has ambitiously branched into laptops, tablets and smart glasses.
TCL NXTWEAR AIR Wearable Display Glasses
TCL today revealed its second-generation wearable display glasses, the TCL NXTWEAR AIR.
With the glasses you can watch movies, play games and work while on the move.
The glasses have dual 1080p micro-OLED displays and 47 pixels-per-degree resolution.
They have dual speakers but you can also connect wired or wireless headphones.
The glasses weigh 75g and come with two exchangeable front lenses.
TCL NXTPAPER 10s
TCL’s new tablet is the TCL NXTPAPER 10s.
It was specifically designed for eye protection, with blue right reduction built directly into both the tablet’s software and hardware.
It has a paper-like display design with a 8000mAh battery.
TCL BOOK 14 Go
TCL also announced the TCL BOOK 14 Go, a Windows 11 laptop designed for students and young professionals.
Measuring at 13.95mm, TCL says it will be one of the thinnest in its price range.
AWARD WINNING TECH
CES has handed out this year’s honoree awards. From anti-snoring pillows to AI software, there’s incredible new tech.
I’ve listed some of the best below.
Motion Pillow 3
The Motion Pillow 3 senses the user’s head position and detects the sound of snoring, which triggers the airbags inside the pillow. The airbag inflates to optimise the sleeper’s head position without disturbing sleep. I can hear my wife ordering one already.
It provides the first rapid handheld traumatic brain injury test. Tests results are available within 15 minutes. A negative result can be used to rule out the need for head CT scan, freeing up valuable hospital space.