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The future of displays will be at CES 2017
January 3, 2017

8K, OLED and the whole shebang!

Displays have evolved faster than any other piece of technological hardware in the past years. During last year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), 4K HDR was the main highlight – and now that technology is being used on almost all 4K TVs being sold at the moment.

This year’s CES promises to be even bigger than the last – and from the upcoming announcements, it looks like displays are taking another leap forward.

New technologies such as 8K TV screens, to displays that are paper-thin are just some of the expected products we will see at the event. Manufacturers are definitely using this time to give visitors a glimpse of what to expect – here are some of the new displays that we can expect:


Samsung has always been on the forefront of display technology, and at this year they’re introducing new displays fit for any user. The company is scheduled to announce new Quantum Dot displays at all feature 4K resolutions, which is the new standard for high-end monitors.

The company is also showcasing its line of gaming monitors made for professional PC gamers. Some of which feature optimizations made for games of any genre. It was also noted that a new TV category called QLED will be announced.


LG’s paper-thin wallpaper screen could make a comeback but this time we can expect more from the prototype shown last year. New additions to its current OLED TV line-up are being announced, including one that is as thin as a credit card!

There will also be a new line of Super UHD (LG’s own branding for 4K TVs with HDR support) TVs making its debut on the show.

China goes global

Chinese manufacturers such as TCL, Hisense and LeEco, have also started dominating the world of displays thanks to its premium features coupled with an affordable price that is more affordable compared to the competition.

Also note that these new TVs are getting smarter with each update, and some even comes with its own operating system that basically lets you stream and watch anything you want without the need for extra accessories.

More products are scheduled to be announced, so stay tuned as we bring you the best of CES 2017 only here at!

by vportiz

Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Has passion for all things tech – you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of DVDs and Blu-ray discs, and recently discovered his love for gaming. Follow him on Twitter at @vp_ortiz17