LG makes TV so thin, you can bend it like paper
Lugging a TV out of the shop is still a pain in the hole. Even though they're getting lighter and thinner, they're still pretty cumbersome. However, LG might have just the solution as they've come up with a television set that is so light and so thin, it bends like paper.
The TV is less than 1mm thick, and so light that you'd only need a couple of magnets to mount it on the wall. And if it fell off, it'd probably float like a feather or something.
Of course, this is just a concept at the moment, but it looks like this is the future of TV sets.
This TV uses OLED technology, which LG are really keen on. This means that displays can be much smaller because there's no need for a backlight, like LCD screens have. And to show off, you can bend it while it is switched on.
Seeing as LG do displays for people other than themselves, you can imagine that a load of electronics companies are going to be sniffing around this. Someone will make a phone that is as light as a cigarette paper - just you watch.
Anyway, technology is getting lighter and thinner, so good news for removal men!