First up is the 88-inch 8K Crystal Sound OLED display, which features an embedded 3.2.2 channel sound system. That means sound emanates from the screen itself — there aren’t any dedicated speakers.
LG further expanded its 8K display lineup with a 65-inch OLED variant, along with 65- and 75-inch LCD variants. LG also announced a 65-inch Ultra HD Crystal Motion OLED display with a response time of 3.5m/s.
Next up is an 86-inch electronic whiteboard display that doubles as a huge touch display. LG only mentioned that the display would be available for commercial use. That means the display will likely be available to school districts, companies, and other entities.
Moving to cars, LG announced a 12.3-inch transparent OLED panel with 45 percent transparency. LG also unveiled a 12.3-inch Quad HD P-OLED Center Information Display (CID), but said very little about both displays.
Shifting to monitors, LG announced a 27-inch Neo Art portable display. It sounds like the display wirelessly connects to other devices, though the screen also features a USB Type-C port.
LG also announced a 27-inch Ultra HD LCD monitor with 2.8mm bezels on the top, left, and right sides. The small bezels are thanks to LG’s oxide backplane technology. LG also uses the tech in its 13.3-inch Ultra HD LCD display, which features hourly power consumption of just 2.8 watts.
Finally, LG announced it will use oxide backplanes in high-resolution laptop and monitor displays. LG plans to show off all of these displays and likely divulge more information about them during CES 2019.