Samsung Sero TV
It is especially worth noting Samsung’s new Sero TV due to its defining feature going beyond LED and 4K as well as its transition from the horizontal plane to the, gasp, vertical plane. The Sero means “vertical” in Korean. This QLED TV flips so that longways it resembles a 43-inch phone screen, which means it is ideal for mirroring an Instagram or TikTok feed from your Galaxy phone if you have one. And this is the reason why you can hope that you’d be looking at your phone screen less from this year.
LG Signature OLED TV R
Signature OLED TV R is one of LG’s new TVs in 2020 transitioning from horizontal to non-existent by rolling down into its base if it is not needed. This OLED 4K HDR smart television was introduced by LG at 2019 CES. All you need is a rumored $60,000, according to CNET. $60,000 for a 65-inch TV that blocks and then unblocks a view, which epitomizes the phrase less screen time but still leaving you with a not-insignificant base to contend with. At least that screen is roll-tested to guarantee for the best quality for years. Moreover, when one CES TV flips and another disappears altogether, we know that tech companies are getting funky with the way we watch television.
Alienware Concept UFO
The selling point for Alienware Concept UFO is simple: It is the Nintendo Switch of PC gaming, with detachable cons, a method to connect those two detached cons in order to make an eight-inch display, one big controller, and a kickstand to prop up the screen. However, the most significant is that Alienware compares this gadget’s power to that of a PC gaming device to support games that the Switch won’t. Unfortunately, it’s just a concept with no concrete plans for production or rollout, so you are stuck with the Switch library or your phone for the time being.