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    Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    Its first such offering comes with a rollable 30-inch 4K IZGO screen.
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    Re: Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    The only tv that appears to be downsizing....
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    Re: Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    Ok it rolls, but why?

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    Re: Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    I can think of two reasons for these:

    A) Flexibility in placement, you can put it in front of your Window without it blocking out all the light when you're not watching TV etc. If you have a small spot, you can more easily put it in front of things.

    B) WAF (Wife Approval Factor). So WAGs kick up a fuss about big TVs dominating the lounge, where they'd rather have a pretty fire-place (which is used twice a year), than suggest the main thing that is done in the room is watch TV (which it is) and not entertain high-society (which they don't).

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    Re: Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    The only tv that appears to be downsizing....
    This is good to see tbh for this kinda tech. Keep this tech getting smaller and we'll have wearable displays that roll around the arm, or a large tablet that essentially rolls out from a simple handheld device (I think I've seen that in movies), it's gonna be neat!

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    Re: Sharp enters the rollable OLED TV market

    "If you are still questioning the size of this display, perhaps the desire for a rollable compact TV will be greater at this end of the market - for people living in space constrained flats and apartments."

    Or for taking it away with you on holidays/trips not abroad?

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