CES 2019: LG To Showcase 88-inch Monitor With 8K Resolution Suppor

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The CES 2019 is set to witness showcasing of an 88-inch OLED monitor from LG whose USP apart from its size is the fact that the display supports 8K resolution; which is seemingly a diversion from the current 4K resolution monitors that are in wide usage at this juncture.

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The CES 2019 is set to witness showcasing of an 88-inch OLED monitor from LG whose USP apart from its size is the fact that the display supports 8K resolution; which is seemingly a diversion from the current 4K resolution monitors that are in wide usage at this juncture. With this, the event itself is potentially setting huge expectations of some of the next-gen consumer technology products showcased actually getting a real-world launch.

As far as the LG 88-inch 8K display is concerned, it is also said to be capable of supporting 3.2.2-channel Dolby Atmo standards according to an Engadget report. This means that the 88-inch OLED monitor once officially launched could offer user communities viz content creators and professional game testers lots to cheer about.

For technical specifications of the LG 88-inch display, it should do no harm to check out the product in actuality at the CES event where LG has a presence and the company is also set to deliver keynote detailing real-world applications of AI.

Apart from this, there is also reportedly a 65-inch 8K OLED monitor. Hence, the CES 2019 on paper at least looks at offering LG loyalists lots to aspire.

In related developments, there is lo a track on 6G and the quantum internet at the show. This would focus on quantum concepts and at this instant, there are expectations among loyalists about actually getting to witness quantum internet at least within the next 10 years. Click here to check out interesting aspects regarding the 6G track at CES 2019.  Insightful speakers here include Michael Beesley who is CTO of Cisco Systems and Derek Peterson who is CTO at Boingo.

Also, CES 2019 has an exclusive track on 5G and smart cities. Here, it is worth noting that both these aspects are potentially key elements for next-gen technological revolution both in India as well as globally. In this regard, do share thoughts/insights on how you expect futuristic technology to turn out.


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