LG will sell rollable television in 2019

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  1. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Only that it does not save you any space... you still need to have that "bar" resting on some furniture so the TV could rise, and once you use it it's just as big (bigger probably) than any normal TV of it's diameter... also, this is not mountable on walls at all, so the only of your 3 reasons making sense is, having kids that couldn't get to it if it's shut down :D
     
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    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    No, you read it wrong. I have "non-mountable walls", but, I do have a surface to put such a device.
     
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    I'm sure this could also be mounted on a ceiling and rolled down. Maybe in front of a window you use during the day but turn into a television at night. Or just make it the shade in front of a bay window to begin with, so that it blocks the light nicely as part of being rolled down into view. I can think of a number of usage scenarios along these lines. :)
     
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    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    Bad luck... You would be like: "I never had broken window in my house. Now I mounted this TV in front of window and neighbor's kid kicks ball right through my new TV." to insurance company.
     

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    Size_Mick Master Guru

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    Pffft, they did the same thing with fruit decades ago.
     

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