CES has made a name for itself as the convention of choice for companies to showcase all of their latest technological developments. One such company is popular display manufacturer LG, who has already used CES 2019 to reveal the new Signature OLED TVs, including one rollable TV that can coil itself into a small cabinet. It's safe to say that the company has more than a few interesting projects in the works, and we're hoping to learn more about them through the LG CES 2019 keynote, which users can watch through the keynote stream embedded below.
LG CES 2019 keynote stream
The LG CES 2019 keynote stream is set to kick off tonight at 6:30 p.m. Pacific time or 9:30 p.m. Eastern time, though the stream itself is technically slated to go live half an hour prior to that time. According to a press release, the company "will deliver the pre-show keynote address, offering fresh perspectives on the evolving artificial intelligence (AI) landscape, while exploring how AI will impact the lives of consumers in the years ahead." Viewers can watch all of the action in the YouTube embed featured below, care of the official LG Global YouTube page.
We've already seen loads of interesting CES 2019 highlights so far: LG in particular has taken to the stage to unveil a truly humongous 88-inch 8K OLED TV, offering 16 times the pixel density when compared to standard Full HD 1080p displays. NVIDIA has confirmed that RTX DLSS is coming to both Battlefield 5 as well as Anthem, and ASUS has a suite of new HDR-enabled FreeSync gaming monitors to whet PC players' appetites.
The CES highlights will continue to roll in all the way through Friday, so be sure to keep it tuned to Shacknews and stop by our CES 2019 home page to stay fresh on all of the latest developments.