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rollable

(ˈrəʊləbəl)
adj
able to roll or be rolled
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Samsung's rollable screen comes integrated with fingerprint sensing technology.
IN the midst of all the excitement about rollable screens, wall-sized TVs, mech suits and 5G talk at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, one particular keynote speech caused a bit of drama and made headlines.
If Samsung can claim of having the largest panel, the most futuristic panel was unveiled by LG who demonstrated a world's first rollable 4K TV.
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In a bid to show off its technological edge and secure more global clients, the company unveiled its 65-inch ultra-high-definition (UHD) rollable OLED display at the CES.
Penney rolled out--literally--an exclusive Sealy mattress in a rollable caddy this summer to 400 locations, as well as online.
Next-generation flexible OLED displays will be foldable, rollable, and perhaps even stretchable, differentiating a new class of electronic devices, and opening a massive market opportunity for consumer electronics providers.
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LG has announced to present a brand new ,paper-thin rollable OLED panel.
Although technology is moving toward lighter, flexible, foldable and rollable electronics, the existing circuits that power them are not built to flex freely and repeatedly self-repair cracks or breaks that can happen from normal wear and tear, Fars news agency reported.