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The CES 2019 gadget show is revving up in Las Vegas.Now South Korean electronics company LG is doing its part to make TVs disappear altogether.LG has unveiled a "rollable" TV -- a 65-inch screen that can roll down and disappear into its base with the press of a button. LG says the TV will be available later this year.Meanwhile, LG, Samsung and others unveiled "8K" sets, with four times the resolution of today's high-definition sets and twice that of 4K sets such as LG's rollable one. 8K represents the next generation of television viewing, but one that most people won't see for themselves for some time.Samsung announced its first 8K TV last year, an 85-inch model costing nearly $15,000 .Monday, TCL announced plans for 8K sets with Roku's streaming technology built-in. LG has two 8K sets coming.Procter & Gamble, which was founded more than 180 years ago, said it's the first time it has been an exhibitor at CES.
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