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LG put a TV on the back of its TV

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What's better than an LG OLED TV? Two LG OLED TVs, sandwiched together. Having already wowed CES audiences with its rollable, newspaper-like OLED panel, LG Display today also gave us a look at some of its other quirky innovations. Among them is the 55-inch "dual-view" flat screen, which is actually two separate displays, spliced together so that there's no actual back — both sides display video. The whole thing is just 4.9mm thick, with scant bezels around the edges and a feeling of kickass futurism all over.

This display is intended for use in digital signage, and it's easy to see how it can replace those two-monitor setups at airports that provide flight information. That being said, it's still fun to imagine it figuring as an eccentric piece of home decor in a particularly opulent abode. It can accept two separate sources, one for each side, and offers a double serving of 1080p OLED goodness. What's not to like?

LG's "dual-view" flat screen TV is insane

LG put a TV on the back of its TV.

Posted by The Verge on Wednesday, January 6, 2016

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