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LG Unveil Flexible Commercial OLED Walls For Oz

LG has showcased its new commercial display solutions to Aussie partners and customers, including its flexible curved OLED walls and transparent OLED displays.

The next-gen B2B products were unveiled at the Australian National Maritime Museum – from Open Frame OLED displays, to a 130” All-in-one LED Screen with surface sound.

The ‘Oz Connect’ showcase claims to be LG’s first and largest commercial display staged in Australia.

Over 200 partners and customers are expected to attend the event in Sydney during July 3 and 4.

“Oz Connect marks the most diverse range of digital display products we’ve brought under one roof in Australia and we’re delighted to be able to share them with so many customers and partners,” states Russ Prendergast, Marketing Manager for Commercial Displays at LG Electronics Australia

Feature products include flexible OLED display screens which offer a new solution for digital signage.

The screens incorporate no separate light source, and are flexible enough to bend and angle at installation sites.

LG Australia is also showcasing its latest transparent OLED display screen, ahead of local release for the retail and hospitality industries.

The 55-inch class display (model: 55EW5F) allows onlookers to view video on the screen and simultaneously see objects behind it.

Also on display is a 130-inch all-in-one LED screen, facilitating a smart room environment.

The screen pledges superb picture quality, HDR10 support, and embeds 36 sound units.

“Digital displays have become a critical component for all kinds of businesses, however the way in which we’re looking to interact with visual tools is changing,” remarks Mr Prendergast.

“The innovative B2B technologies that we’re showcasing today open up creative new opportunities for the way we display communications visually and digitally.”


Also on display are new interactive digital boards for the education market, running Android version 8.0 touch (model: 86TR3BF) in 86-inch sizes.

For the first time in Australia, LG is demonstrating its new transparent colour LED film which claims to turn any window into a transparent display.

The self-adhering film allows users to overlay see-through content, with its presence on glass unnoticeable when turned off.

Further information about LG Australia’s display display solutions are available on the company’s website here.


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